First game on ESPN all season.
Woo another noon game! Fantastic. So nice being able to watch all the great games on afterward.
Michigan alwayus plays their November home games at noon. They've been doing it since the 80s when a game (can't remember which is was) ended and it was dark & freezing out. Bo decalred there would never be another home game played past Noon.
This is actually old news
There was a thread about it last Monday, but I think it was a relatively active day on the boards, so the thread was likely buried somewhat quickly. This is a good reminder for planning purposes.
The only game we don't know is Iowa then, I think. I want to say that we had seven or eight noon kicks last year, if memory serves. This year, it will be at most four and they will all have fallen in November. I don't remember that ever happening.
But they hadn't picked a network yet.
I made a post about it last Monday morning when it was released. However, TV channel was just announced this morning. Typically announce two weeks ahead on Monday mornings unless ESPN uses one of their 6 day clauses.
So I don't have to listen the Pam ward carbon copy.
I will openly admit I have no idea what that woman's name is, but she's better than Pam Ward. Not the highest of compliments, I know.
She seems a lot more knowledgeable and certainly does a better job than ol' Pammy, however I find her voice to be pretty monotone and dry. Still, she's not Pam so that's a win.
BTW, I tried to post a reply three different times on the Droid app but it failed each time. In fact, I recall now that it's been this way for a while now. Anyone else having this problem?
over Chris Martin any day. He is absolutely the worst.
Ignore me, silly app post
her voice grates against the soul of football.
But I don't see it
Holy crap that only took 10 games.
3:30 games bring a better atmosphere, but ok
I agree, it also gives more time for tailgating but oh well. It will probobly be nice for a change