"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Great to hear Brandstatter's breakdown on Huge Show right now. Very solid observations. Like most of us, he sees Peppers as the #1 breakout player. He hedges on concrete predictions, pointing out a tough schedule - "they'll probably be underdogs in five of their games."
Absolutely no predictions on the Lions, tho...
Gus, may you forever shout hysterically for every first down and made free throw for the rest of your life.
EDIT: This is also his first Michigan football game.
In an effort to get this in prior to the non-OT season, what are your top 5 college fight songs?
Here are mine, in order:
- Michigan - The Victors (of course)
- Auburn - War Eagle
- Alabama - Yea, Alabama
- Georgia Tech - Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech
- Texas A&M - Aggie War Hymn
A lot of SEC representation here for me but I think ND is a bit overrated as well as USC (overplayed) and none other in the Big Ten stand out to me, really.
What say you?
Sure to be lots of HARBAUGH!!
Dr. Sap over at M Victors is running a poll of helmet sticker designs he mocked up. Some are good, some are meh, some are just, well, you'll see. Vote for your favorite!
EDIT: That was fast, they've already added the plain block M sticker.
With the football approaching, I've been trying to plan out how I will be watching certain games (I don't usually do this, I'm just really excited this year). I've already noticed 3 games I want to watch on the 3rd and they're all around the same time. My cable provider allows me to record one channel while watching another, but that doesn't help with 3 or more games. Could you all please share your strategies for watching multiple games scheduled at the same time? Is it even possible to do this without expensive contracts with a new provider? How does TiVo work and is it worth the price just for college football? Are there any cheaper alternatives?