does anyone know if Brian is going to make a mgoblog app for iphones and ipods?? Does anyone know any good Michigan apps?? Thanks for any help.
What, if any, rational explanation can there be for a team that always performs worse in the second half of the season than in the first half? Do they need a team psychologist?
Babcock seems to think that Modano will sign for two years and retire as a Wing....We'll see what happens.
So I was just on CBSSports doing a mock fantasy draft, and it so happened that while we were chatting one of the guys said he was a Buckeye fan. My reply was obvious, so this conversation ensues (paraphrased, but mostly true to the chat log):
Buckeye: we own you
Me: actually, we own you...you have RECENTLY owned us
Buckeye: michigan hasn't beat OSU in football in over 2500 days
Me: 57-43-6...nuff said
Buckeye: most of Michigan's wins came in the 19th century anyway
I then proceeded to make fun of the fact that Michigan-OSU was played only ONCE in the 19th century (1897, the first ever game, a game Michigan won 34-0). Mr. Buckeye proceeded to leave said draft.
1. It would be a Buckeye who doesn't know the 19th century from the 20th century.
2. Hey! We were undefeated against OSU during the 19th century.
3. Really? Hahahaha...
Anyway...I wanted to hear other funny stories that people have gone through with Buckeyes. It was very amusing, so I'm assuming there are funnier out there. Feel free to share.
CNN Money posted a list of the top25 places for rich and single places to live. Ann Arbor ranks in at #21 with a 47.7% single and median income of $92,992.
The University of Michigan Wolverines may be a rowdy bunch, but Ann Arbor has plenty to offer beyond sports nuts. Bookworms might find romance at Borders' flagship location, which namesake brothers Tom and Louis opened in 1971 as a used book shop in the academic community. On one of the town's frigid winter days, check out Ann Arbor's Hands-On Museum, which boasts nine unique galleries of more than 250 interactive exhibits, then stay warm at one of the local microbreweries such as Arbor Brewing Co., which takes an eco-friendly approach to making beer. --H.Y.
However, I don't think this is a proper list. Sure the median income is high, but most of the single people are poor students. Perhaps college towns should not be counted. But thought I'd post it anyway to share.