life moves on
Hello friends. It has been a tough season and today was a tough day. While enjoyable in a viewing manner and a heck of a ball game we are all disappointed a win did not come in the end.The players fought til the end and the coaches coached til the end and as fans that is all we can ask for. To think back to what many of us expected to happen in this game it was a nice surprise and shows at least a glimmer of hope for the future. I believe the future is bright and you should too my friends.
In the end though I have realized that there is more to life than just a game I watch on Saturdays and a team I follow throughout the year. I love Michigan and Michigan football but in the end it is just a game played by kids. Today those kids played as hard as they could and sacrificed their bodies so we could have some entertainment for 3+ hours on another Saturday in the Fall.
It's just a game and there will be more Saturdays ahead to thrill, excite and to disappoint. Don't let it ruin your day, as it all means nothing in the grand scheme of things.
Sagan Time. Space bitches, space..
Just your reminder that no matter how angry/bad/sad/depressed you feel. You're never going to feel worse than the guys out on the field
Gardner fumbles.....stays on the ground, head buried....they tried to pick him up....but he wouldn't budge.— angelique (@chengelis) November 23, 2013
Gardner was barely audible, extremely down: "I lost the game myself, I fumbled the ball when they trusted me to drive down and score."— angelique (@chengelis) November 23, 2013
Devin Gardner fighting back tears at media podium, says he was trusted to win the game, blew it with a fumble.— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) November 23, 2013