The Game replay on BTN right now
Going to DVR it, save it forever, and watch it whenever bad things happen. Finally a replacement for Notre Dame 2006.
I have recorded every game this season and just yesterday I deleted every one except ND and The Game those 2 from this year should suffice.
How much memory does that thing have?!?
I just rolled with it until it'd make me delete before I could carry on...
Would max out at 4 games (in HD at least, and with extra time for overrun).
I'm downloading the last of the games from this season right now. I play on keeping them forever. In 20 years, I will grab some beer, sit down, and watch 20 years of football.
I watched it already... every time Ohio scored I said "Yeah, you just wait bitches!"
I remember watching my recording of the game and thinking what a great HD feed it was. This one is fuzzy on the edges.
Most of this seasons games plus the bball games are on ESPN3 for any Xbox users. I spend way too much time rewatching them. Michigan is on my TV in the background constantly.
I'm so glad that we won this game. It was really closer than it should have been. Still can't believe we got 25 yards in penalties on that goalline play when denard went into the endzone at the end of the 4th quarter. unreal.
I have a good feeling about this game.
Watching it on TV enhances how Luke Fickell is even less of a head coach than Leslie Frazier.
The entire ordeal by the goal line with about 2:30 left still makes absolutely no sense.
And then after we fail on the 3rd and like 35 the announcers have the nerve to say 'what a stand by Ohio'. Are you shitting me? More like what a stand by the officials.
One of the finer moments in the game occurs with two minutes left after the called back Omameh-hold touchdown. After the play, Denard and a few others go over to listen in to the officiating crew's conversation. Another official comes and shoos the players away, they leave, reluctantly, but Denard sprints over and, still clutching the football from his near touchdown, places the ball directly in the hands of the Referee and walks away.
That is a Michigan Man. Denard is king.
Re-watched the end probably 10+ times now and I still get nervous. I'm afriad that Posey actually caught the pass and went in for a TD, and that it put me into a coma in which I dream he didn't and we won. It's believable because I nearly did pass out when that ball was in the air.
I also still get furious at the refs for the overturn. The end is, and always will be happy though!
Incase anyone didn't know... We won
What i love, and maybe my favorite part of watching it on tv(i was at The Game), was after in interception by Avery, Speilman doesnt say one word the rest of the telecast. Nothing. I like to think of him storming off, and pouting somewhere.
After Ohio spikes it on 3rd down he's half asked "why would they do that and waste 15 seconds" and Spielman's "I don't know" response practically bites the other guy's head off. At that point there's no pretense of being "objective"; he's fully the homer fan he tries to pretend he's not.
Until his son won Rose Bowl MVP....that was beautiful.
Man, he just goes quiet there at the end.
Random thought upon watching the ending again, but...I love how Buckeye fans keep harping on the fact that "if Miller completed that last pass you guys would've lost to the worst Buckeye team in a while blah blah blah." Last time I checked, completing passes is kind of a part of the game of football. Also, Michigan would have had, what, 1:30ish left with two timeouts down one? Yeah, I'm pretty sure we would've had enough time to get six, let alone get in field goal range, given how we moved that ball that day.
We could have run the ball the entire way down the field with the way we were running in the 4th quarter. We had 2-3 longer runs for first downs, not to even mention passing the ball. I must have been the only person to not have his heart stop when that pass went up in the air because I knew it would be incomplete and if it wasn't we would just storm down the field to take the lead again. I'm proud to say I never once doubted that we would win that game.