fair point that
9 years ago, I was a freshman in high school and it was most likely the scariest day of my life. My dad, thankfully, had went into work late that morning and was not in New York that Tuesday morning.
Yes, it is the Notre Dame game and I am counting down the hours, but 9/11 is a day that I will never forget.
Go Blue! Let's Roll!
This week's Chelsea Standard features an interview with Braylon Edwards at his brother's high school football game last Friday.
The former Michigan standout made a surprise visit to Chelsea High School during a short break from the New York Jets, who open the season on Monday Night Football Sept. 13 against the Baltimore Ravens. Braylon got there just in time to see his kid brother score on a nine-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
“I saw him play when he was younger, but not since he’s been in high school,” Braylon said during halftime of the Bulldogs’ 31-20 victory over Monroe. “He didn’t know I was coming. I told my dad not to tell him. So this was all last-minute and hopefully when he saw me he lit up a bit.”
Nothing groundbreaking, but a nice read nonetheless.
According to that letter, Morris was fired for allowing a football quality control staff member to drive a courtesy car normally reserved for a coach or administrator for nearly a month without authorization. And when that vehicle was involved in a crash, Morris told multiple stories about what happened, the letter says. “You have been discharged from the University of Michigan for work misconduct which includes a failure to appropriately manage a significant aspect of your work responsibilities, the demonstration of extremely poor judgment, willful deception, an unethical effort to engage others in an attempt to cover-up the truth, and a deliberate misrepresentation of facts to your direct supervisor,” Brandon wrote just over a month after he took over as athletic director. The three-page letter says Morris will not be recommended for rehire.
Further letter details in the article.
Alright its the 1st road gm of the year and im sure a lot of people will be attending or going to peoples houses to watch the gm. Please post your favorite food recipes, snacks, and or drinks for the big day. My buddy makes these cheesey potatoes which are amazing but wont give up the recipe. looking for some ideas other than my womans famous 7 layer bean dip. (its famous because its the only thing she can make)!!!
Anyone else getting a huge number of these on this site (particularly the message board)? Since the UConn game I've been getting them around half the time I click on a link here. Is a large dose of dilithium dangerous for the blog?