"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
To Hell with Six Zero's Busy Life
So, my friends, it's a brand new year and less than a month until National Signing Day... plenty of time to update your Michigan wardrobe. Plenty of time to get rid of all those neon yellow "All In" RR tees and replace them with something timeless, something brand new, and something awesome. Let's take a look at the latest designs in the MGoStore...
In a recent thread, someone asked who our favorite Wolverine was. After initially listing about 11 of the most prominent UM heroes that popped into my mind, I took some time to reflect on it and was able to narrow it down to 2. Number 2, in fact. (The other was 56, but that's another story).
Charles Woodson, a hero for any generation of Wolverine fans and certainly mine, was a beacon of hope every time he stepped on the field. Defense? INT. Offense? TD. Special Teams? TD. Celebrate the legend and help support Mott's in the process.
From "KICK IT THROUGH THE UPRIGHTS" to the postgame press conference and into the lore of Michigan football, one young man has us all thinking about dark-haired women these days. Wear your preference with pride and hope your girlfriend isn't a natural blonde!
The title says it all. Words to live by. Wear them on your sleeve, err, chest.
Also, Visit the MGoStore to check out all of the designs, including the
exclusive Lloyd Brady Collection and all of the other shirts that
will tell everyone why it's Great, To Be, A Michigan Wolverine.
Yeah, so it's not gonna happen.
After a celebrated 2010 run of blog personality profiles collectively known as MGoProfile (collected here in the final entry's index), I've heard the rumbling of requests for new 2011 entries continue to grow louder and louder since Signing Day.
Truth is, new developments in both my personal and professional lives have effectively made it impossible for me to continue to meet the deadlines I'd set for myself. Or, at least, to be able to do so and yet still maintain a level of quality I am comfortable with.
As MGoShoe, Brian and others can testify, I went back and forth on this for several weeks now, trying to decide if I can pull it off. One of the biggest reasons that made it hard to decide is because I enjoyed doing it last year, especially because it has been fun building correspondences/friendships with some of the fellow MGoBlog community. Thanks to everyone who helped make it possible last year... and have kept in touch since.
But, in the end, life is just too crazy right now. So thanks for the interest, and sorry.
Unless you guys would be happy with one every two weeks...?
If anyone is truly interested in taking over the concept this year, please feel free to express interest. I'd certainly be willing to hand over any artwork or otherwise help get you started.