“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
Alright, there was a request to insert probabilities or likelyhoods for UM victories during the other season prediction thread.
The consensus in the other thread was a respectable, perhaps rosy, 9-3. Let's see how probabilities could change this.
So, I bring you....
Its behind a paywall and apparently just a rumor, but there is a report on Scout that Michigan will be openning its 2012 season against Alabama in Dallas Texas.
(Link for those with memberships): http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=14&f=1016&t=6187317
Hopefully by then its will be defending national champions Michigan laying the beat down on a strong Crimson Tide squad...
A bit hard to hear him, so turn up the volume. He was the crowd favorite and told some great jokes/stories.
... starting in 2011 (Lucas Oil Stadium, obviously). It's not a permanent deal -- it's a one-year contract, and the conference will do a thorough search before deciding on a permanent home.
Sorry, I don't have a link yet as I just got the raw story (I work for an unnamed news organization). Just thought you guys would be interested.
I just moved to northwest Georgia and the cable companies don't offer the Big Ten Network even in sports packages. The DirectTV guy came today and confirmed my suspicions that all the trees will block satellite service.
Anyone on here know of any sports bars that would be good to go to? Going to Atlanta would be fine, but ideally I'd like to stay a little closer so that I can watch as much of the other games as possible. Chattanooga would be good. Ringgold, Dalton, Calhoun?
Edit: I know that I probably won't find anything outside of Atlanta but I can hope for that first. So Atlanta people I would love to hear your suggestions.