"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
They will also be going to the Ohio State vs. Virginia Tech game on Labor day:
How is this not already posted yet. Gameday at Michigan.
Inspiring segment on Austin Hatch just a moment ago. Was neat to see J. Will pretty humbled and honored to meet him and sit with him for a few moments. Beilein was great as always!
Harbaugh has to make an appearance in a bit, right?!
Edited to make a better acronym.
Gameday coming to you live today from Baton Rouge. Here's hoping for a Mad Hatter sighting.
I have two quick questions about College Gameday. I'm a sophomore, and therefore was not here when College Gameday was in town for the 1st UTL game. Can anyone that went tell me how early you showed up, and how good your spot in the crowd was? Is it worth being there if you show up at, say, 8AM and you're behind a massive amount of people?
Also, would my cowbell be confiscated if I were to bring it? Anyone with past college gameday expirience is welcome to share their expiriences.
As expected, ESPN College GameDay will kick off the season in Arlington for the Cowboy Classic between Michigan and Alabama.
Full "story" here: Link
Sitting in front of my TV, Gameday on (including Lou Holtz sticking to his "ND is going to win out" line) and just cacked a Kalamazoo Stout left over from two weeks ago. Who does everyone have in the marquee games today? What about around the Big Ten? Iowa, Nebraska, OSU and MSU all play good teams.
For the record, I think Oklahoma rolls, Iowa loses, Nebraska kills Washington, OSU-Miami will be vacated on both sides, and I've yet to decide who I want to lose more between MSU/ND.