Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
Normally, I would not post this here, but since it’s the off season and things are kind of slow, I thought it would be a good opportunity to do so.
I am currently looking at Grad schools to enroll in a PhD program in sports psychology. I have my top list narrowed down to a top 4, but I honestly don’t know much about any of the cities/schools. This is where you all come in.
Michigan has the largest fan base in the country, with alumni/fans all over the country. I was hoping someone who has had some experience with the city/school could give me some information, or if I may be able to pick your brain. I really appreciate your time, and look forward to hearing what you all have to say.
My top 4 are (in no particular order):
- Florida State University
- University of Florida
- University of Texas – Austin
There have been a lot of posts over the last 4 or 5 months, with most of us mocking those who would claim that Rich Rodriguez wasn't a Michigan Man, didn't understand tradition, etc. I agree with those things, but I want to say that I'm not surprised they've come about, either.
This board seems to attact a special subset of open minded M fans, which is great. But back when Nebraska first agreed to join the Big Ten, there was an article somewhere that was linked telling Nebraska fans what they could expect from each Big Ten fanbase. To paraphrase the Michigan one:
"Michigan fans will be the first to openly welcome you but then will talk about you behind your back the longest. They will spend the longest time making you feel like a guest in 'their conference'".
That struck me as absolutely true for about 99% of our fanbase. It's time we admit it. Maybe not most of the people on here specifically, but collectively as a fanbase, no amount of snobbery or rejection towards a newcomer at Michigan should ever be surprising.
I saw this commercial last night and thought the late crowd might enjoy.
How can you go wrong with Wolverines attacking in a "Simulated Arctic environment."?
...finishes reading his first book, that is.
This has not prevented him from being on course to graduate in three years. Just how rigorous of an academic institution is UConn?
So, it's offseason, and this is cool.
Basically these guys discovered that the magnetic component of light can be used to create an EMF. This is the type of thing that could revolutionize electronics.