in town for free camps
As I was sitting in my basement watching the finals, it made me think of Michigan's 2013 National title run, which led to other thoughts of Michigan sports. Throwback Thursday is a day to throw it back to your top 3 Michigan sports memories. I'd love to learn some people's fondest memories as I am pretty young...
1. The 2013 Men's Basketball tournament. We were so damn close...
When Stauskas goes 6 for 6 against Florida from deep, Tebow cries...
No words needed.
2. Men's Hockey 2011 run to the Frozen Four and Regular Season
Michigan started off the Frozen Four run by beating UNO which I totally despise here in Omaha
3. Men's Basketball domination of the Big Ten and run to the Elite 8 in 2013-2014
I am in the middle of building a house and am looking for a cool pool table light. I have googled and there is one light I like, but can't find where to purchase it.
I do not want the old logo with "Michigan" through the M so it rules out almost all of the pool table lights I have seen on the internet. Any suggestions?
Thought some of you might find this side-by-side comparison interesting ... or not, but either way here it is:
(Edit: Experiencing an embed fail here.)
Just wanted to share this, as I think it is extremely well done. Sad to see the Dome in the shape that is, but cool that someone saw it as a BMX playground.
Michigan's Men's Soccer Team released their 2015 schedule and it features nine 2014 NCAA Tournament teams. Last season was disappointing following their strongest recruiting class to date.
Michigan lost several players through transfer attrition (including Ahinga Selamani, a highly touted prospect) and Jacob Duska (to Ohio State). They have two incoming recruits who are solid prospects, Francis Atuahene, a midfielder from New York and Marcello Borges, a defender in the New York Red Bulls system.
Michigan is returning nine starters, including GK Evan Louro, defenders Billy Stevens, Lars Eckenrode and Midfielders/Attackers Will Mellors-Blair, James Murphy, Rylee Woods and Colin McAtee.
This is another ambitious schedule for Michigan soccer. Home matches include West Virginia, Niagara, Detroit, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Rutgers (at 11:30am for homecoming, football ticket holders get in free before football game that day), Duquesne, Valpo, WMU and Michigan State.