I looked and didn't see anything recent posted about this. Just saw an article on the Michigan Daily's website quoting Chicago Tribune article about potential venues for the Big Ten football title game. Interesting quote:
"David Gilbert, president of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, told The (Ohio) Morning Journal that he expects the game to be rotated among cities and that non-domed stadiums should not be ruled out. The game likely would be played on Dec. 3, 2011,"
Indy, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago and mInneapolis were the five cities mentioned prominently.
is anyone doing or starting up an online dynasty? i would love to join one when the rosters are complete which should be Wed. sometime. The new features look amazing this year for online dynasty.
Didn't see this posted yet.
Minor violations but not a solitary event.
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My wife and I are planning to make the trip from South Carolina to Bloomington for the October 2 game. Meanwhile, I need some advice on how it is best to get tickets for the game. My brother-in-law will be moving up in August to work on his PhD at Indiana. He would do his best to get tickets using his Indiana connections (and I'm guessing that might be cheapest) I don't know if that would be best. Neither my wife nor I are Hoosier fans, and while I doubt the Indiana crowd would be ravenous, I'm also guessing the Michigan side of things might be more enjoyable for my first Michigan game since 1996.
Would you suggest that I try to get tickets from the official means through U of M, or should I try to get them through Stub-hub, etc.?
Also, for those of you who have been to Indiana, what stadium sections should I avoid- or would that even be a factor if I should stick with the visiting fan sections?
Any other advice about the visit to Bloomington is appreciated. It's a long way off, but I want it to be a good experience for both of us.
Well, here's sort of an embarrassing confession. I am 21 years old and have never been to a Michigan game. So this year I have made it my mission to make it out to Ann Arbor. My girlfriend and I are looking for tickets and I've got a few questions. Any other input is definitely appreciated though.
First of all I'm pretty much limited to either the UConn or UMass games because of other scheduling conflicts.
As a young guy with not so much in the way of money what is a good section/row combo to get decent seats without breaking the bank? I've seen some tickets for both games in section 18 that are in rows 1 & 2 going cheaply. I know this is partially because corners aren't always desirable, but the close row seems to make up for that slightly. Is it better to be up close in the corner or far back in the center part of the endzone? Also what are some good tips to avoid spending too much in parking and other various game days expenses once we are in Ann Arbor?