As there are now TWO, count 'em, TWO weeks left untill the season starts(!), I was just wondering how many games fans on the site were thinking about going to. I plan on attending every game possible, as my dad has season tickets, but I'll probably be watching the OSU game at home on T.V. Also, I've never been to a road game and my dad is hooking us up with some tickets to the Iowa game through his boss, a season ticket holder at Iowa. It might be a little awkward having to sit surrounded by Iowa fans (probably), but I'm excited for that game. I'll probably make it to 6 home games plus the game at Iowa. So, what are everybody else's plans?
How many games will you be attending this season?
I will be in attendance WHEN we beat Notre Dame Sept 12th
Since I'm no longer a student I couldn't get the ticket package. I'm hoping to buy one off of someone though. I know I could easily "acquire" Western, Eastern, Delaware State, Purdue, and to some extent Indiana tickets fairly easily. But, for obvious reasons I really want to go to the ND, PSU, and OSU games. Hopefully I can get tickets to those 3 as well, then I'll be going to all 8 home games (assuming that I don't get a job that takes me away from the area... which I wouldn't mind).
tickets off my hands would you be interested in purchasing one from me? (It is just a single ticket as I'll be taking the other one and most likely sitting in the student section).
Let me know.
So obviously ALL of them. I'm expecting a very exciting season. We may not win as many games as we all want to but at least we should see an exciting team this year.
To add to the excitement - not only are there only two weeks left before we kickoff there is only ONE non-football Saturday left for a while AND there is only 12 days left until the first football game in general. There are some decent ones that Thursday - Boise St v Oregon is especially good.
I'm excited for that Thursday. Also, don't VT and Alabama play the first saturday? Should be a solid opening weekend.
Oklahoma State vs Georgia should be a humdinger
What are the odds of >100 points total?
Oklahoma state should definitely have some offensive fire power, but is Georgia supposed to be good? They lost Stafford and Moreno, so that is quite the big hit to them.
The Pokes are a perfect microcosm of the Big Twelve, very good offense, extremely bad defense.
Michigan probably could put 40 on Oklahoma State this year.
Moreno and Stafford are big losses but they have a far better offensive line, playmakers on offense, and a solid senior leader at QB.
Oklahoma State - 56, Georgia - 52.
Georgia has an aboverage defense
All of them except Iowa.
All I can say is well done.
Oh, and I'm quite jealous too. But I think that goes without saying.
I might try to go to an away game too... but not sure which one I would go to... Definitely won't be Halloween (Ill) maybe Mad-town again.
A bakers dozen. Uh, yeah, that would be 13. We will be in a bowl game this year.
I will be at , Western, ND, Eastern, Indiana, Penn State, Delaware State, Purdue, Ohio State, wait....thats all of them, thank you jesus for the all in ticket package and my row 11 OSU tickets!!!
the MSU game if I can swing it. I'm a season ticket holder and this year I won't miss one minute of one game. My birthday is Oct. 10 and I'm trying to find a way to get into the Iowa game. If I can get tickets, I'm definitely going.
Western and (at) Iowa.
I will be going to every home game except OSU and I will also be attending the game @ MSU.
Unfortunately the osu game will be the first home game I miss in Michigan Stadium in 86 consecutive home games. All for my sister's wedding. I almost checked "Not Attending" on the invite but it is my sister. Any other relative and I would have missed the wedding.
A few years ago, a good friend of mine asked me to play piano for her wedding. She asked many months in advance, so I automatically said of course I would. Later on, she told me the date: Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006. Wait, WHAT? You want me to play for your damned wedding on the same day as UM/ND??? And your groom is a big Michigan fan??? How on earth did he let that happen?!?!? SIGH... OK. I said I would. And you are a good friend.
A couple months before the wedding, the couple split up and the whole thing was called off. And I admit that I felt no sorrow whatsoever, as I watched what was surely one of Michigan's greatest beat downs ever.... UM 47, ND 21.
I live in Los Angeles and I will be at the WMU, ND, Iowa, and OSU games this year.
My advice, pick an away game every year (except maybe OSU) and just go. Iowa will be another box to check off for me this year.
I've wanted to go to an away game for a while now, and I'm glad I'll get out to Kinnick for the game this year. Should be a good one.
I forgot to add Auburn @ LSU to my schedule as well.
Yes, just don't get too drunk that day in Iowa as the game will be a blurr. I'm thinking the same thing.
Games in Baton Rouge are awesome, especially at night. Even though not a great as they hype it up to be on ESPN, since they describe it as having a group orgy while eating pie.
I assume that you're not going to wear any Michigan or Big Ten apparel.
And I also don't recommend going to Freds or Reggies, unless you like slutty girls.
I will be at all home games and for the first time I'll be seeing a road game in Iowa.
I'll be at every home game, plus MSU and Illinois. First time ever going to Illinois. Last season I made my first treks to Purdue and Penn State, and the year before I went to my first game at Northwestern.
In two years I'd like to go to Iowa and Wisconsin.
If Michigan makes it to the Pizza Pizza Bowl I'll definitely be there, too.
I'll be at all eight home games. GO BLUE!!!!
Live in Raleigh now and will be coming up only for the ND game. Having grown up near South Bend, victories over the Irish are especially satisfying. Go Blue!
I was born and raised in NC. Brother lives in the RDU area... I get down there once or twice a year. Too damn hot there for my taste, but I do miss the southern-fried food!
The ND game should be quite a nerve-wracker this year. Gotta love it!
Hopefully I can make it to at least 1 ... I bought season tickets last year but I gave em away this year because I will be playing football on Saturdays this year and I won't be able to make it to any games ... only game I know of that I dont have a game is week 1 and week 2 but week 2 I have a drill weekend for the Air National Guard.
The last game I attended at UM was the 2003 OSU game. I'll be back this year to break the streak.
I scored some student tickets from one of my brother's friends and I'm flying in from Little Rock for WMU and The Game right now. Then I'm still trying to figure out if I'm coming back home for Penn State. I'm selling the rest of my tickets if anyone is interested though. Section 27 row 39.
I will be attending every home game in my final triumphant year in the student section as well as our annual fisticuffs with Michigan State University in East Lansing.
if they make it to the Fiesta Bowl
What if it was the Insight Bowl?
(in terms of my convenience) Way easier to get a ticket.
I'll be at every home game and probably MSU and/or Wisconsin.
I'll probably only make Indiana or Purdue and maybe one of the cupcake non conference games. Tickets and travel are expensive, but I owe my dad a few games for missing last season.
I'll be attending all the home games. In addition, I'm one of a large group going to the Wisconsin game, and if I can stomach it, I may go to the msu game as well.
I will be attending every home game in the student section. I hope to go see some away games too. last year my roomate was part of a radio show and through that he got to go to the Purdue game and some other cool stuff. I think i'm gonna try that this year.
Making plans to come up from Atlanta for the OSU game. Haven't been to an OSU game since '99.
All home games. I have only missed 3 games in 20 years.
I move to Minnesota for grad school the same year they rotate off of our schedule.
There's an outside chance I come back for "Recent Alumni Weekend" and the Penn State game. There's also an outside chance I go to the game at Wisconsin. I'll have to see how a couple things (academic schedule, budget, college hockey travel schedule, travel companion availability) shake out.
Same thing happened to me ... I spent two years living in Iowa City, and those years coincided with the two years that Michigan was off their schedule. So all I got to see was last year's M @ Iowa overtime basketball debacle.
Eastern and Illinois. I'm currently trying to get tickets for the Iowa game and its been tough. There's a lot of excitement in the area for this game. I hear about it every day. Ill sneak into Kinnick with a grappling hook if I have to because I just cant miss my team play here.
I will be attending the Eastern Game
the Western, Eastern, and Delaware St. games as well as the PSU and OSU games. First time for the PSU and OSU games, I'm siked! The tickets were part of the packages that went on sale and both the PSU and OSU seats are in the visitors section, that should be interesting! I envision a cold, wintery November, snowballs flying, and me gathering the boys together for another charge into the scarlet and gray throng, hehe!
HAIL TO THE VICTORS!!1!!1!
Now that you mention it, I haven't been to a snowing game in a while. The last one that I remember is the Wisconsin game a few years back (4 or 5 maybe?). I'm kind of glad that there aren't many snow games, but slightly sad at the same time.
None, unless we get into a bowl game in South Florida.
All of you who are going to the road game at Iowa, enjoy yourselves ... and book your hotel rooms now, if you haven't already. Everything fills up on game weekends.
I'll be at all the home games with the season ticket package. Pretty good seats for the OSU game too (18th row in the south endzone).
Probably selling tickets for a couple games.. Haven't decided yet for sure but likely selling ND tickets.. So if anyone's interested let me know
In case you weren't aware, there's already a stickied thread dedicated to buying/selling tickets.
Delaware State fo sho.