to play football, not to play trumpet
Flying out of DTW tomorrow afternoon to Orlando to witness Michigan's tenth win of the season! We're going to Mass at 4 pm (Friday is a Holy Day of Obligation!) but of course like good Catholics we're heading straight to the bar after. Wondering if any locals can recommend a place, or perhaps if there's enough interest we can all congregate somewhere to watch the CFP games. I remember before the Sugar Bowl we had a pretty good watch party somewhere.
Any suggestions on places to visit and things to do in Orlando (with an emphasis on good bars, naturally) are welcome. Go Blue!
Basketball team wins 1st B1G conference game on the road and Donnal busts out in a big way!
Hockey wins GLI for a 17th time I believe I heard.
Watching espnu and UA practices, lots of M love going on there.
We need football to win the Bowl Game and everything will be groovy!!!
It is a pretty good Saturday night for sports right now, with a decent IU v Duke football game on and Nebraska v. UCLA coming on later. Additionally, both the Wings and the Pistons will be on the tele tonight and our house still has television for another couple of weeks so I will probably watch some of all of these games.
EDIT: Oops, forgot NFL game, Wash v. Philly
Also, a question for the board: What is/was the best or most memorable Christmas gift you ever got, even if it was when you were a youngster?
I hope you are still with loved ones and coming out of your food-coma from yesterday's dinner. Merry-day-after-Christmas and Happy New Year.
UPDATE: IU lost a heartbreaker, Pistons lost, Wings won 3-2, Nebraska looking good v. UCLA, tied at the 1/2 despite a couple of total horse scat calls, and Wash lost points due to their sparty QB, Cousins.