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I'm heading to the game on Saturday and would like to ask those who went two years ago or remember the details a couple of questions.
1) What time did Pioneer open up? Was it worth it to go there a few hours ahead of game time or was it full from first thing in the morning?
2) Were any of the other lots around the area (like the lumber yard) open?
3) Any good suggestions for pictures of the stadium or area before the game?
I've gone to a game or two for the last few years but they were almost all early games so I'm sure what to expect heading down for the big game.
Was looking up some history for a project of mine of Michigan's offensive systems through the years and found this- https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=le3KCYXt5BwC&rdid=book-le3KCYXt5BwC&rdot=1
A free copy of the 1905 book written by Fielding Yost himself. Yost was 43-0-1 as a head coach at Michigan at the time, coming off of 4 consecutive national championships.
It really is a cool book about the history of football and how it was played back then.
Your linebackers on defense were your left and right halfbacks with the fullback as what we know as the MIKE.
This was written before the invent of the forward pass. The QB was the only player in the defensive backfield. 25 yards behind the fullback!
This is the "regular defense form"-
Here is a link to the mini-program for the ND game. if anyone is unfamiliar, this is designed to be folded into one of those lanyards for quick reference during games or just to keep with you on your couch.
the one for Central was done, i just didn't get around to posting it. the link is provided if you are a miniprogram completist.
let me know if there are any corrections to be made.
NOTE: Apologies for posting this here, but my posts in the forum no longer show up for some reason.
I am going to have to miss UTL2 and I would like to record it on my computer. I have verizon FIOS and there I can play TV channels on my computers. My plan was to record the whole game using a screen-recording software like Camtasia (triggerred by a windows task based on a timer)but have run into a snag. A 2 minute video is coming out to around 500 MB!
I have tried everything I could think of...reducing screen res to 1280x1020, making the window small and recording only small portion of the screen, using compression settings etc. Not making a big dent. I just don't get it. My files usually from camtasia are of the order of 20-30MB for a 2 minute capture. My guess is the super fast transitions of video (as opposed to me recording a tutorial on how to do something on a computer) bump up the amount of data that needs to be stored.
I still do not understand how people like Thorin do it. Please help!