Hockey pet peeve: "when a teammate tips a puck in on you, which is exactly how my first collegiate goal against happened. Thanks, Copper."
I saw this on the notebook of umhoops and really don't know how this hasn't been posted. It'll be a bit dusty in here after reading this story.
Anyway, the story is about our new Director of Basketball Operations and his family's experience over the last year and a half. You need to read all of this so I'm not even going to bother quoting it.
Title says it all. Good pub for [redacted] Blue!
Mod edit: Added a link and changed the typo in the title. Also took a certain word modifying "Blue" out of the OP, since that's been good for like ten comments already. JGB.
Check out HS freshman phenom Seventh Woods' mixtape. Some people are starting to make Lebron comparisons.
According to Jeff Goodman at CBSSports, both Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III will stay for their sophomore season.
OSU's Deshaun Thomas has declared for the NBA Draft.
I have a confession to make: In all my years as a Michigan fan and in my time as a student, I have never once attended a mens basketball game. In my defense, I only had enough cash for 2 sports' season tickets, and since I attended school in the Amaker era it was a no brainer to go with Football and Hockey. Tomorrow night, I am attending my first Michigan hoops game, when the team visits Northwestern. Are there any fan cheers that occur at road games?
Basically, I am looking for help from current Maize Ragers with any tips or specifics on current cheers used by our fans for hoops, since I only know the hockey specific cheers (and I doubt I'll be able to use the C-Ya chant all that often at a hoops game). Are there any things we do at home games that also happen on the road? If so, what are those cheers? I'd like to know so I can join in on them if/when they occur. Hopefully I'll be able to make it up to Ann Arbor this year for a home game so I can put your shared knowledge to use there as well. Thanks in advance for the help!