Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
these things are stupid and pointless but everyone looks at them.
one guy has Michigan vs. UCLA in the Holiday Bowl. Recruitageddon
the other has Michigan vs Mississippi State in the Music City Bowl at LP Field in Nashville.
honestly, either one don't sound that bad. Holiday Bowl at least has some tradition.
the field rushes at Michigan i can remember are 1997 vs OSU (i rushed), 2003 vs OSU, 2011 vs OSU, 2012 vs MSU.
can anyone help identify any other instances?
/WD bat signal
So I found this question and it really interested me especially after watching Interstellar. Can someone answer this for me? I'd like to build a time machine by going faster than the speed of light.
If I built a railroad track that circled the earth in a straight line, then put a train on that track so long that the first car could connect to the last car (making a full circle around the world). This train can go 100 mph. This train also has a set of tracks on top of it with another train (that circles the world) riding on them, this other train can go 100 mph, so relative to the ground it is going 200mph. This 2nd train also has a set of tracks on top of it with another train on them that can go 100mph, and so on and so on...
when we get thousands of trains out one of the trains eventually reaches the speed of light and it can no longer go faster, but the train that is on top of that one would just be standing still? It would only have to be able to move itself at 1mph to be going faster than the speed of light. Each train relative the the one below it only needs to move incrementally faster, what happens to train above the one that reaches the universal speed limit?
DISCUSS & HARBAUGH
EDIT: Let's assume the trains are powered by Dilithium extracted from Denard. Sorry Denard.
Detroit is joining the list of cities bidding to host the CFB Championship games in 2018-2020. I hope they get one. Home field advantage for Michigan in the title game would be great. Also, it's close to my house