the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
I had some incredible years playing at Michigan. And that was because of my teammates, the staff, the fans, the tradition. I'm so thankful for my Michigan experience and wanted to share a new venture I'm working on with the Michigan faithful. It's called Merit.
I am what it is
A product of Red Nerds and overflowing red pop fizz
Red stains on my shirt
Jeff Arnold in A2.com has a nice feature covering Steve Breaston's and David Merritt's collaboration on a new I Miss You, Inc. shirt.
Merritt asked Breaston to construct an original piece that would inspire [a] unique T-Shirt design to be part of Merritt's company's summer line. Breaston [went] to work, finishing a poem he had started that focused on his hometown's [North Braddock, PA] positive aspects.
Merritt's company, I Miss You, Inc., is built on a mission of making others feel special and on community pride. When Merritt read the poem Breaston had written for the campaign, he knew he had something he would work with. More importantly, he read a piece of original poetry he knew others could relate to.
"I said I wanted something real, something about his community and once he sent it to me, I knew this was it. This was perfect," Merritt said. "It was just a perfect representation of how he felt about his community. But Steve really cares about people and that's what we try to do with IMU - really care about people. So that's what made him perfect for his - not only because he can write so well, but because he cares so much for his community."
Check out the full article and check out the full line of Merritt's products.
I read last summer that David Merritt had been planning on launching a clothing line in the fall, but I never kept up with it. His preliminary designs looked pretty cool. I'm into streetwear/graphic tees too and was really interested in his stuff.
Anyways, I was walking through the Union on Monday afternoon they had a booth near the bookstore selling his clothing and some jewelry I think? Anyways, anyone buy anything from him? The basic tee design looks pretty sweet and I'd love to support him.