ED-Seth: Welcome to our Bar Finder Sticky. The user community has kept this going since 2009 to help MGoBloggers find UM-friendly sites for their suds consumption.
We also got a big boost in curation in 2016 from our sponsors, the...
...since most of these bars are officially alumni bars. To find your club and events happening in your area, visit their website.
THE ORIGINAL POST:
A couple weeks ago, I put together a google map with all of the Michigan bars I'm aware of (and also everything from the spreadsheet that bouje has been maintaining.) The map is here.
Hopefully this will prevent the "where's the Michigan bar in Pittsburgh/Fresno/Topeka/wherever" threads that pop up every week, but if your favorite gameday hangout isn't on here, put it in the thread and let me know. I'll do my best to keep the map up to date.
What two Michigan QBs on the current roster don't go by their actual first name? And what is their actual first name?
Prior to 2015, when was the last time Michigan beat a team currently in the Pac-12? What year, who was the opponent and what was the score?
Michigan Stadium was the first stadium to use an electronic scoreboard. What year was it installed and when was said-scoreboard removed?
Michigan Stadium had a grass field surface from its inception until 1968. What was the name of the surface and type of field surface that replaced it in 1969?
What were the names of the two live Wolverine mascots we had in 1927?
So we all knew it was bad...bad enough that he was in the hospital for 38 days.
However, he goes on to say here that he was "minutes from losing my leg" (emphasis mine) and that he walked off the field because his mom was at the game and he didn't want her to worry.
I will embed video below. Glad to see he's back with the team and in Rome.
This was a disturbing quote.
“It’s still a concern,” Manuel said. “The only difference is, the Big Ten and television can assign us to a primetime game and it’s not our option. In November, we have the option if we choose to do so. I don’t anticipate that choice being made.”
“It comes out in terms of we agreed to it several years ago as a part of negotiating the new Big Ten television contract that we would allow up to two games at night,” Manuel said. “Last year for this (2016) football season, we had the option. Next year and moving forward the Big Ten can assign us and television in the Big Ten. In the month of September and October.”
Nice to know millionaire TV execs get to choose our game times now, and not the actual school playing in the game.
Rotten. Absolutely rotten.
Here's the potential night game options if they so choose to give us 2 night games-
- 9/9 vs Cincinnati
- 9/16 vs Air Force
- 10/7 vs MSU
- 10/28 vs Rutgers
Gee, I wonder which one it'll be.
Michigan-msu has never been played at night. And for good reason. Because either city will be a drunken war zone.
Enemy at the Gate.