i refuse to even consider this a possibility
...days until Terrance Taylor see Michigan start the season 1-0.
Terrance started at nose guard for three seasons at Michigan. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL draft by the Colts, but never made the final roster. Terrance was signed to the Panthers' practice squad (released five days later) and then the Lions' practice squad (released in April 2010). He then played in the Arena Football League for the Spokane Shock and Pittsburgh Power, but his current team is the Orlando Predators.
In a trend that I hope continues. More and more home and away games with quality opponents. Auburn will head north of the Mason-Dixon line in 2021.
Starting this morning, you can purchase tickets to the Michigan/Iowa game on the Iowa Athletics site. Unfortunately, you can only purchase them in a 3 game package. It's not a horrible amount - $195 per ticketed package. And you can probably flip the Nebraska tickets to offset some of your cost. There's no on-sale date on the site for single game tickets yet.
...days until Tyrone runs onto the field to touch the banner while "The Victors" is being played by the best band and for Chris to watch football greatness on his television (or in person if he is in Ann Arbor to spectate the beat down that is coming).
Is anyone else fine with this? I mean, beyond the whole 'pre-season rankings are meaningless.' Top 15, with Michigan's schedule, is striking distance for top 4 when it counts, especially with the Game to end the season. It'll allow the young guys and QB to get settled in and generally reduce the pressure (though I'm not sure Harbaugh is a fan of that).