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I don't think they changed Les at all actually
national champs baby
Patrick Hruby is doing God's work.
first comment: "EVERY ATHLETE HAS ASPIRATIONS OF WINNING AND WE HAVE OUR FAVORITES BUT IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO OTHER STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, TOO!"
stupid Pistons and their refusal to tank properly
rundown of Michigan's riser
needs moar usage
so much for that
This list is completely arbitrary and not a genuine analysis of the relative merits of state fossils.
will be michigan's highest pick in a while
money has to go somewhere
I am only motivated by people who have no opinion about me.
the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
but I thought that draft was supposed to be incredibly loaded?
1.5 miles for me - literally walking distance (assuming it's not 110 degrees that is...)
I've talked to some A&M fans and they really liked the A&M-Arkansas game there last year and thought it was pretty great. For all the people who are worried about it being sold out. Umm, yeah, that's absurd. DFW is loaded with not only UM Grads but Big Ten grads who might go just to see a familiar face play and beyond that DFW is one of busiest (and largest) airports in the country, it's absurdly easy to get there from anywhere.
I concur. I know of several friends that attended the A&M game as well as the BYU-OU game just to see college football in that stadium. A sellout wouldn't be a problem IME.
1.5 miles... nice. It's nice being this close to the many sporting events that are taking place at Jerry's World. Not to mention the U2 concert (sorry , I'm old.)
I even took in the Trinity/Allan game last year where 40,000+ fans showed up for a high school game.
I think a sell-out would be a no-brainer.
If this is true, and it's a done deal (or soon) it would be HUGE for recruiting. If you're a kid considering UM as well as a handful of other schools, the opportunity to play Alabama at the new Cowboys stadium might be enough to push us to the top. Especially for Texas recruits.
this will probably be my only chance to see a wolverines game for a long time. although it will be nothing compared to a saturday afternoon at the big house, I would think we would still pull in a decent crowd. there seems to be quite a few UM fans around here
"I think Hoke has changed the tide on the rivalry. Hell people in Ohio are starting to believe him. Never in a million years I would have thought that. Selling Michigan jerseys is a good start."
Im on the fence about this. I am excited about a game against Alabama but cant decide which way I like better. On one hand I think a home and home would be cool. classic programs playing each other in 2 classic stadiums would be sweet. But I also like the exposure the program could get from a game like this in Texas, especially if its a classic or we win.
would it be to see the Wolverines put a whoppin on Bama. Finally shut up all these SEC folks. Living in FL for the past 8 yrs these people are insufferable when it comes to the SEC.
SEC folks never shut up. Ever.
When UM beat TebowU they shut up for a few months.
More like a few days, until LSU beat Ohio St.
Playing Alabama is intriguing, but it should be a home game for one of the two teams. And frankly I have no desire to enrich Jerry Jones further.
When will we know when this is a sure thing? I'm already committing to going, but I don't want to get all excited for nothing.
Rocking the hypothetical here... would Michigan be making such plans unless they were very confident in keeping RR on board? Glass half empty says a coaching change (Magic 8 ball : Don't count on it) after this year could put Michigan in harms way IF the coach were to stray away from the spread option roster put together now. Also, I can't remember the exact year but I want to say 2012 is when ND is off the schedule(?)
I'm going to treat you all the same. Like dogs. - Bo
I am in deep sh@# if this happens.