The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
Its the most wonderful time of the year.
Wolverines playing and everyone saying
"Please pass me a beeeeerrrrrr"
Its the Most wonderful time of the year.
Theres a party im Hosting and we'll all be toasting
that Harbaugh is here!!!!!
Its the most wonderful time... OH the most wonderful tiiiiiime of the yeeeeeeaaaarrr!!!
Huge Party tonight.....Cornhole tournament......Beer........Brauts, Burgers and Chili
But most importantly the Team I hold dear to my heart...MICHIGAN FOOTBALL BABY..
I love you.Seriously. BEAT UTAH!!!!!!
MFW Its game day!
Rice Eccles Stadium categorically prohibits noisemakers and instruments of all types. (“Musical instruments or any type of noise-making device may not be brought into RES or JMHC during Utah athletic events.” See http://gamedayr.com/sports/college-ncaa/rice-eccles-stadium-information-policies/.)
But we have tickets near the visitor’s sideline, first few rows, and we want to bring a little taste of home to Michigan players and coaches. So we’re bringing a cowbell and a beater, and we intend to set up a few cowbell cheers during tomorrow’s game.
For Michigan regulars, what are the most appropriate occasions for the cowbell cheer? When can the cheer be used to maximum effect? (It’s been a few years since I’ve been to the Big House.)
For Utah regulars, do the authorities give greater leeway while in-field cameras are focused on fans? Will stadium authorities merely expropriate the cowbell, or will they evict us from the premises? (If the latter, then this is going to have to be a late 4th quarter exercise.)
I hope we’ll hear a few “Go Blue”s echo across the stadium before they shut us down!
I mean, CAN YOU DIG IT?
I think most of you here know that I am an ASU grad, Go Devils!, and I wanted to share this article that I just came across because I know that we have all yelled at our TV about clock management befrore and find it interesting that it has taken this long for a major program to address it.
The question for this board is do you think the others will follow suit and if so, will Michigan?