I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
I didn't know if this was already known to the fanbase prior to today, but Rivals ran an article today reporting that 2011 cornerback commit Greg Brown plans to be an early enrollee ($).
One can't ever guarantee such things (remember when we thought Devin Gardner wouldn't make it in in time?), but I love the ambition...and I'm pretty sure it makes scholarship assignation more flexible, too.
They also mention he'll get a look at safety as a senior.
Am I having browser/cookie problems or is today's Countdown to Kickoff not showing up for everyone else on mgoblue.com? Their website says that day 29 would be available yesterday evening but I cannot find it.
My preemptive answer to everyone's questions is: yes, I do have the attention span of a 6-year-old when it comes to Michigan football.
Thanks for any help.
Didn't see this posted. Nothing new but...
The U-M vs. UConn official game day commemorative program is now available for pre-order at MGoBlue.com. The program will include a special section on Michigan Stadium and its September 4 rededication.
In addition to the typical weekly content in Michigan game day programs, this commemorative issue includes features on some of the biggest personalities related to Michigan Stadium -- from Fielding Yost to Bennie Oosterbaan to Bob Ufer -- as well as the history of how the Big House came to be, and how it has evolved over its 83 years.
You'll also find:
- Historical photos from the 1920s and on
- Fun facts and figures comparing the original dedication in 1927 to today in 2010
- Big House traditions and moments in history
- Milestone games
- Favorite moments from U-M football coaches
Pre-sold game programs are available while supplies last and are priced at $15, which includes shipping and handling. There is a limit of 10 programs per order.
Orders will be fulfilled and shipped beginning Friday, Sept. 3. As always, programs will also be available for sale inside and around Michigan Stadium on game day. Thanks and GO BLUE!
Lists Michigan's most painful game as the tie to OSU in 1973 at number 9. Number 4 is our win in 1969 (painful for OSU).
App State isn't on the list of 50.
Do you guys remember in 2008 when Juice Williams set a record for most total yards in Big House history at 431 passing/rushing yards? I thought I had drank it clear out of my brain, but alas, it's still there.
This got me thinking - this is a record that Denard should absolutely break (and the sooner the better). My question to you all is, when will this happen (team, year?) and what will the break down look like, approximately (run/pass). If you asked me at the end of last year, I would have said no unless he runs for 400 yards in a game, but now that he can throw to our guys, this is very doable.
Your thoughts, thanks.