According to Chad's mom:
Praise God! Chad's tumor is 90 % gone. Drs said they have never seen a better scan at this pt. still work to do but miracle close #chadtough— Tammi Carr (@tamcarr21) December 1, 2014
He still definitely has a long road ahead, but this is obviously some really great news. Here's to you Chad! The whole Michigan community is behind you!
My daughter is having difficulty finding 5 more journals/articles on her research paper that deal with mezzanine rulers in the middle east and south asia. It has been a (cough) few years since grad school for me, so I'm a bit out of the loop. We've used jstor, google scholar and Hope's library data base. Are there any other sites you guys use to find journals/articles?
Current coaches ages 58 and up piled up the most wins by a large, large margin against other demographics among the six BCS automatic qualifying conferences, Notre Dame and BYU.
Nick Saban, Les Miles, Steve Spurrier, David Cutcliffe and Art Briles are among the leaders of this impressive 13-person group. And, oh yeah, Mark Dantonio turns 58 in March. He’ll be welcomed with a bottle of Chateau Lafite, 1787 in this fine-wine era of coaching. Only one coach from the 13, SMU’s June Jones (5-7), posted a losing record last year. This list doesn't include Texas' Mack Brown, who resigned after an 8-5 campaign.
9.38 -- Average number of wins this season for the 13 oldest coaches at the BCS level.
Five of those coaches -- George O’Leary (67), Saban (62), Gary Pinkel (61), Briles (58) and Spurrier -- recorded 11 wins or more.
Extract 60-year-olds Jones and Oregon State’s Mike Riley (7-6) and the group averages an even 10 wins. Ten!
For those who think Les Miles shouldn't be hired because of age.
PS-Both coaches in this year's SEC title game are over 60 and let's not forget Bill Snyder at Kansas State.
Apologies ahead of time as this pertains to no sport. I'm looking for a Christmas gift for an athletic guy that likes UM and likes to wear head gear when he works out. He loves these, but I've never actually seen them in stores, at MDen, etc. I don't even know what you call them. I've searched sweatbands, headbands, skullcaps, etc. with no luck. I see players wearing them all the time under their helmets on the sidelines. Anyways, my question is where can you actually buy one of these and what are they called?
In honor of what might happen tommorrow, enjoying some Dead Guy Ale / Rogue Ales. Might want to save some for tommorrow around noon.
What are you drinking tonight ?
New Star Wars trailer is here. I hope it isn't too JJ-Abramsy, but it still gives me a tingle