So I happen to live in a city, Las Vegas, with a bowl game coming up later this month. Given the likely matchup, I'm sure loads of tickets will be available. I've never actually gone to a bowl game before. Has anyone gone to one in which Michigan wasn't involved and what was your experience like?
We play Cincy at home next year...
...I searched to see if this thread was alread posted and found this from 2008.
Article on ESPN. Not sure how that can be justified when we destroyed PSU 49-10.
I have been looking on ESPN but don't see anything: is there some "selection show" or something coming up? How long until we know what Michigan's bowl is + all this CFP business?
In 2008, Urban Meyer led his Florida team to great heights just two years after he won a championship while beating his biggest competitor, Alabama in the biggest game of the year. Meyer also signed one of the best recruiting classes in the country while Alabama was relegated to the Sugar Bowl.
In 2016, Urban Meyer led his Ohio State team to great heights just two years after he won a championship while beating his biggest competitor, Michigan, in the biggest game of the year. Meyer will likely sign one of the best recruiting classes in the country, while Michigan will likely be relegated to the Orange Bowl.
Both Harbaugh and Saban were in their second years at programs that were historically great but fell on hard times. College Football changes fast, keep the faith, and don't ever stop believing. Go Blue!