So my LSA91 wife and I went to our first Big House game in a few years, and saw many things that impressed our creaky minds. Some were pretty self-explanatory and fun, like walking in behind the band, seeing a full student section (through the third quarter anyway), or watching the team demolish an opponent.
I'd love some more background on a few of the others - where they came from, etc. I tried googling, but I'm old. Can someone point me to a good page discussing or explain:
1) The third down chop/wiggle/"you suck" call. (Yes, self explanatory, but where did it come from and when.)
2) The student dance. (Same thing).
3) About 10% of the girls walking to the game were just about half-way to a halloween costume - typically knee socks and a night shirt or short shorts, but there were some cheer costumes, shiny skirts, etc. Is that a thing every game, and is it in college sports generally or just AA?
Just stumbled across this on the Twitter. Some really great ones in here.
Just wanted to share this link which provides updated statistic comparison and prediction on upcoming football games.
I like it because you can get a head-to-head matchup based on statistics in each game facet and FBS rankings, etc. (rushing offense, passing offense, scoring defense, etc.)
Website here: http://myteamsbetter.com/#HOME
Michigan vs. Wisconsin stat comparison and prediction: http://myteamsbetter.com/#COMPARE_GAMES?teamPK=418&gamePK=18321&year=2016&statView=Key%20Stats&compareOption=ALL_OPPONENTS
Similar analyses for potential weekend upsets too.
During today's press conference Coach was asked about the stickers, who leads (JP), who is in second, etc. He was then asked if he could provide a chart...says he'll get right on it.
was camping with kids all weekend -
does anyone have video of the game vs psu where is shows the same play 8 times in a row?
I was listening to the Michigan Insider podcast, and Sam Webb had an interesting question as to whether Brian Kelly was a bit overrated. I hate Notre Dame as much as the next fan, but I also recognize Notre Dame as being one of the toughest college football jobs. Plus, I'm looking forward to seeing him turn purple in a couple years.