With its leg lifted over a pile of buckeyes.
With its leg lifted over a pile of buckeyes.
Bad ass Michigan corn hole boards!
Brady Hoke signed mini helmet and a 1997 NC hat with the Rose Bowl sticker still on it.
Can anyone help me locate high quality photos of Braylon from Braylon-fest?
I'm looking for different angles of any of his TDs or jump ball catches. I wish I could find a series of 3 consecutive photos for one of his TDs.
I already checked the Michigan photostore they only have one good action shot...
I have a couple images that I can email you. Just let me know where to send it.
Edit: Also, photofile.com has a photograph of one of his TD catches that you can buy.
Cool, thanks so much!
You can send to my username at gmail
of my then 4 year old son at his first game ever last year vs. Illinois. Im taking a video of him on the landing in the south endzone and then the guy behind me yells that he made the Jumbo Tron screen in the endzones.... about 10 minutes later they put him up on the screen again.... as we were leaving the stadium.. no less than four coeds randomly came up to him and said.. Its the boy from the big screen and gave him high fives...
Was an epic first game ever experience for him.. and most certainly for me.
Framed blown-up photograph of Hamilton Leithauser, lead singer of the Walkmen, wearing a Michigan shirt.
Two seasons ago the softball team was in the citrus tourney in Orlando, and I took my kids. My 8 year old softball playing daughter, was given the homerun ball hit by Amanda Chidester in the first game that we saw. We stayed for the rest of the games that night, and my little girl was able to get numerous autographs from the players on that ball, including Amanda. I have the ball in a glass case on my tv stand. Was mine, and my kids first Michigan sporting event.
....only to give them away to family members and friends.
A couple of notable items that I do still have.
1) my framed MBA diploma
2) my framed BS diploma
3) autographed picture of Bo
Sorry no picture, but besides the degree:
1) A UM #1 nike jersey circa 2004, with a BO signature, down the #1 on the front
2) A framed picture of the 100th game signed by both Bo and Lloyd with a personal note from both!
A c. 1970s coffe mug from Blimpie's. My mom lived upstairs in the house owned by the same Crazy Jim when she was in school, and she and her roommates claim to have most of the original set.
My collection sucks. I have every edition of HTTV. woo. I do have some pieces of Tiger Stadium (a piece of the batter's box, one of the locks for the dugout, and a seat) from shooting a film there a day before they knocked down the last part.
Who's (if not yours)?
Which is 35 years old. Worn smooth, it will be the only keychain I ever own....
my jarrett irons jersey, still going strong
1997 football national championship commemorative edition of Sports illustrated magazine.
1997 football national championship pennant
Michigan Wolverines Wheaties box.
My Dad and my wife. I don't own them per se, but they are the closest UM gear that I have.
Since memories have been included under this topic, I would like to add to my earlier post in which I described my "M" letter sweater and blanket. In my senior year at Michigan, I was on the basketball team with Ron Kramer who was then a sophomore. His athletic prowess was already remarkable. He joined the basketball team after he had finished his outstanding first football season. He was the high scorer on the team that season (1954-55) and a fierce rebounder. He usually intimidated even the best opposing players. Occasionally after practice, he would go over to the high jump pit (we played in Yost Fieldhouse in those days and shared it with the track team for practice), set the bar at 6'2" or so, and jump over it a few times just for the fun of it. I never heard him brag once about his exceptional skills. I'm convinced he could have played professional basketball in those days if he had not entered the NFL. It was quite an experience for me to have been a teammate of a Michigan legend.
the coolest Michigan thing that I have is the word "Michigan" spelled out in steel metal letters that I spray painted blue. My son is a welder and he took them off a crane that he was demoltioning and gave them to me. They now proudly sit on my front lawn.
A stuffed full sized fuzzy blue football with a maize block M that I've had since 1983. I bring it out for every game. It's been through several moves, jobs, girlfriends, a wife and kids. My son bit a hole in the block M when he was teething. No matter, it's part of the family now.
My signed postcard from Tae Odoms for donating to the #EATING kickstarter! Reminds me of why our team (and school) is the best one out there, and where our priorities truly lie as a program... building Michigan Men.
I have a signed football from Rich Rod's last team at U of M. Would be a bit cooler of it were Hoke's first, but it represents an important part of Michigan football history to me (never forget) and the beginning of the upswing. The beginning of a new bowl streak, signatures from Mike Martin, Denard and other memorable players who became Michigan men the "hard way" and my roommates, who were members of that team and gave me the ball as a gift.
Very special football to me. And the epitome of what sports memorabilia should be, in my opinion. Always best if it has a little meaning or backstory.
...bench from Michigan stadium that was put in place when Michigan stadium first opened. They were wood back then. They were replaced about 20 years ago, so I was able to buy a portion of Michigan Stadium bleacher.
That, and 2 degrees from Michigan. Those 2 pieces of paper are pretty cool.
... A brick in varsity plaza.
The coolest things I have are the two ceramic stadiums, large and small. What really makes them cool is I bought them in an Ohio State store right down the rd from the horseshoe while I was dating an Ohio state student. So that made me smile a bit more.
Since 1978, with ticket stubs.
Signed a picture for me of him crushing Western's QB with the most beautiful form tackle. Before the trolls rise up, yes I do understand that we are talking about WMU, but it's still a sweet picture. I can't link it because I am at work but that would be nice if someone else could!
It's signed by both Walt Downing, All America Center from 1977, and Bo. www.mywolverines.com