Please post if so. I have pics of the last two wins over ND and I'd like to have this one so I can piss off my ND friend by putting them all together.
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I will post soon.
to start saving pictures of scoreboards. I'll treasure this one 10 years down the road.
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I am now a n00b. I am unable to emned the photo and I can't find the info on how to do it either. It's too bad because the one have is really clear.
where do you have the photo?
and copy image URL (has to be online already, in something like photobucket or whatever). In the reply window, hit the little portrait looking picture that is for "image." Paste the image URL where it says.
It's not the clearest picture, so I won't bother posting it. Also from an odd angle due to sitting in the south endzone. Glad I remembered to take on in the craziness that ensued last night. I'll remember that one forever.
Picture too small. Let me get my magnifying glass out.
I don't think that picture is big enough
It must have taken a lot to get him up there, and hopefully he didn't sit on anyone, b/c that is a large man and that would definitely ruin someone's day.
A beautiful sea of Maize and Blue! The glow of the stadium in HD was breathtaking. thanks for this pic.
"Grbac to fire for it! He went for it all!....A diving catch for a touchdown! Holy cow, would you believe this!"
ah damn, great pics everyone! Makes me feel like I was there.
I believe, and I now need to test the assumption, that it would be very easy to watch the game standing on the sidewalk outside the stadium at this point.
I don't think so. You'd have to look at the scoreboard at the far end of the stadium, and from the sidewalk, you'd only see part of the screen - the stands (and the back of the near scoreboard) would obscure most of it.
Does anyone have a picture of the scoreboard with the Attendance? Mine did not turn out at all.
Does anyone think that we actually scored a touchdown on the final kickoff? I thought it looked close, and that the ground caused the Michigan ball carrier to lose the football, therefore he was down either at the 1 or in the endzone.
Why didn't they leave the score up on the video screen after the game had ended? This should be very easy to do ... by the time I had finish giving high 5's to my entire section, the score had been removed, so I didn't get a pic either.