"The University of Illinois is also in turmoil. The university sports an Interim Chancellor, an Interim Athletic Director, and an Interim Football Coach; the game will be played at Soldier Field, making this an Illini Interim Home Game."
Politics and Sports
Per WDIV news, DB is considering a run for Levin's Senate seat. Discuss. But without discussing politics.
Mod edit: Nothing wrong with posting the story since it is definiely on-topic, but with the small bit of information in the article (the entire story relating to Brandon is, "Sources confirm for us that University of Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon is considering a run [for the vacant Senate seat]") there's pretty much no way it allows for a meaningful on-topic discussion and has a high probability of going political. If/when more information is available it should make for a worthwhile discussion for the MGoBoard, but I just don't see it with this one line. JGB.
One of our alumni wading into the political fracas in Wiscy:
[Ed-M: Comments disabled (apologies to the 99% who kept them in bounds). The last time this got published it was deleted because it came with an endorsement. I'm leaving it on the board this time because it involves an important former Wolverine and makes no judgement. Comments are just asking for trouble.]
Some of the results are not that surprising to me (WNBA and MLS fans are Democrat, NASCAR and golf fans are republican), but I was quite surprised at how Republican the results for college football are.