fair point that
There is a story line hanging out there that's a sports writer's dream:
Jake Rudock and Michigan vs. Iowa in the B1G Championship game.
How sweet would it be for Jake to get to play against his former team for the championship and perhaps spoil their undefeated season? I believe the universe wants this to happen. Revenge is a dish best served cold and this could be the sweetest revenge for Jake. May the energies of the universe bring together the confluence required to make this happen. [I will make no reference to trinities with > 3 elements]
Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge
I for one am glad about this duo calling The Game Saturday.
The Game 2015 Wallpaper. Click for full size. Will work on iPhone and Square formats tonight.
Featured in MGoUser Melo219's hype video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vdyx2Za4LuA
Go Blue! Beat Ohio!
I figured I would save the best for last... Hope you guys enjoy... If someone could help with the embed that would be great.
(Only somewhat thread worthy but in an otherwise sad day of UM family some fun stuff)
One day it will be quaint when ALL of the NCAA coaches send birthday e-cakes to prospective recruits but for now it appears to be a Michigan thing. A week after sending one to LB Jones, DT target Jodan Elliott gets an e-cake.
Notice the subtle background poster which is the one showing half of Harbaugh's Stanford 'croots got a shot in the NFL.
Also notice Habaugh trying to blow out candles that are not even lit. That's called competing people.
Great birthday wishes from a great coaching staff pic.twitter.com/yQxJ4lmoc9— Its Lit (@XCV____) November 24, 2015
For Mgobloggers who played football at Michigan, how was Ohio State week different from others? Did you feel extra pressure to perform? Did you sense coaches feeling under the gun to win The Game? Were you honestly glad the season was almost done and you could soon return to a more normal student life? Did your team's practice intensity rise higher than other weeks? Was The Game buildup more of a media phenomenon and less so for players? Please share what you can with those of us who will never experience preparing as a player for college football's greatest rivalry game.