Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
If you could only go to one Michigan game this year, home or away, which game would you choose to attend?
Right now I'm leaning towards State for various reasons, but mainly to see the renovations. However, I've never been to Happy Valley either and that one is intriguing.
Madden 11 demo came out for Xbox (not sure about PS3). Teams are Colts and Jets which I love because I'm from Long Island and a huge Jet fan. the play calling is a lot different this year, which we all know but I like it alot. It makes me feel like I'm in the game.
I think the game is good but very similar to Madden 10. It doesn't seem like much has changed football wise (not entrances, presentation, or play calling). What do you guys think?
Is it too late to buy season tickets in the student section? Two of my buddies are going not going to use their Id this season so I was gonna buy them to hand them out to people for a cheap price to people that can't buy them. Is it too late to call the ticket office and buy them?
Does anyone else believe or think that 7 on 7 camps will actually develope into a sport in and of it self. Seems to me that may be a logical progression of this activity. And could be a nice bridge from post easion play to the actual season.
What can you expect? I know you have access to players and coaches before the luncheon for autographs ... but how many people attend? How easy is it to have a chance to meet everyone from each school?
Then at the luncheon, I know there is assigned seating, do you get to sit with a player or coach (are they assigned to tables as well?)?
There is no end time to the luncheon ... anyone know how long it lasts and are there speakers during lunch?
Lastly, if I am sitting next to coach JoPa, or some non-UofM player, what would you ask them about ... hopefully they put the UofM guests by the UofM coaches/players.
With a parking pass this year, my wife and I want to tailgate this season. You see a lot of different contraptions out there ... electric coolers, portable gas grills, satellite tvs, etc. What equipment have others had success with, and what should we avoid? We can always go with the basic cooler and portable grill to keep it simple.