I sat here for 3 minutes trying to think of a clever response and came up empty.
The best content/insight/analysis creators in the mgoblogiverse
On this Friday evening prior to the destruction of the little brother (at his home, even) I was thinking about the quality of the ideas presented here. There is a tremendous amount of interesting content/analysis/insight offset, periodically, by the rants and outbursts of the Area 51 members of the "loyal Michigan fanbase".
Anyway, while enjoying today's content I got to thinking about where I thought everyone ranked in the mgoblogiverse as far as *interesting* content/analysis/ideas went. I know there is a points system but, really, if you post a lot you get numbers...I was thinking more about what I find compelling. Anyway, I am old school in my orientation to the site so my choices reflect that. Anyway, feel free to weigh in and don't be offended if you're not on the list. This is subjective, have some fun.
The top 10
BlueSeoul (has apparently been posting since my childhood)
JamieMac (consistent quality)
Meechigan Dan (who else rants like this guy?)
JimHarbaughScramble (that's old school)
ChitownBlue (always insightful)
Chrisgocomment (rewarding consistency)
Dex (the blog was better when he was around)
gsimmons85 (who better for analysis? maybe Sharik, but he seems new)
TomVh (legend status)
Honorable Mentions: SteveSharik, Michigan Arrogance, Misopogon, Chillmodius, STW P. Brabbs, Yvgeni
Best wishes all.
This post isn't going to end well.
If I knew what they looked liked I would draw them in MS paint to honor them.
The King of Belch/Barking Sphincter - Any thread he starts will kill at least 2-3 hours of the day.
Can I win an award for lowest "good content":points ratio? It's gotta be somewhere around 1/10,000,000.
is priceless. He always has great news. It is great to have a resource posting on here like him. I have seen him drop dimes 2-4 hours faster than Rivals.
Content aside, MGoObes posts always sound like this:
It's always very reassuring.
McFarlin didn't get a mention. Or R Mahorn 1974.
And what about THE_KNOWLEDGE?