I know not directly relevant, but relevant to being a good sports fan...the guy who bet the first play of the Super Bowl to be a safety is donating to charity:
Not limiting tickets appears to have been a mistake as tickets are popping up everywhere on the Michigan sideline for 400+ dollars.
Coach Rick Pitino got his wish. The Louisville basketball coach indicated awhile back that he wanted Memphis to join the Big East.
The Tigers will join the Big East for all sports starting in 2013.
More details can be found here.
For those wondering, barring further changes, the Big East could be broken down as such (for football):
Boise State, Cincinnati, Houston, Louisville, San Diego State, and SMU
Connecticut, Pittsburgh (departing in 2014), Rutgers, Syracuse (departing in 2014), UCF, and USF.
Where does Memphis go? Navy joins in 2015, FYI.
Cincinnati, Connecticut, DePaul, Georgetown, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh (departing in 2014), Providence, Rutgers, SMU, St. John's, Seton Hall, Syracuse (departing in 2014), UCF, USF, Villanova.
19 teams. Don't be surprised if that is an answer to a Final Jeopardy question or something.
Here's a thorough breakdown of 2013 ATH De'Niro Laster out of Shaker Heights High School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Could be a potential 2013 commit as he's very interested in Michigan and is quite the talent on both sides of the ball: De'Niro Laster
Just saw the update on WN. Mike Martin, David Molk, and Junior Hemingway have all received invitations to attend the NFL Combine in Indy, February 22-28. The complete list of invitees is found here.
Congratulations to them, but a bummer that Koger and RVB didn't receive invites.
SUPER BOWL XLVI
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If you're at all like Tom Blockham, the Super Bowl was easy enough to watch,
because either way a Michigan Man was going to get himself a ring. The hard
part was explaining to your co-workers that your collegiate loyalty is
more important than any professional franchise.
All apologies to Zoltan Mesko and David Baas for
not giving them props in the strip as well.
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