Last year after the Illinois game, my friends got engaged in the stadium using the MMB to pop the question. The "highlight" video has just been released and I thought you might enjoy:
MMB On-Field Proposal
Very cool! Will it come full circle by them getting married at the stadium?
into an unforgettable event.
I was at this game and had to leave to a little before it ended - this is awesome though. Hopefully, as someone pointed out, it ends with the actual ceremony on the field. Good luck to both of them in this next chapter of their lives.
I couldn't help but notice the empty seats on the Funchess TD highlight. Commence the disdain for all those that didnt show or had to leave early.
I went to HS with her.
Great vid. But too bad you had such crappy weather for that big event.
Love the ridiculousness of the video
I hope Scott got paid for all that work.
I got engaged at the Central Michigan game this year. I had the message put on the scoreboard. Here's the vid.
Congrats! I always wonder how those Big House scoreboard proposals turn out.
Hopefully I get that chance someday. Who knows what the stadium will look like by then.
You're adorable, I'd have said yes myself.
My proposal was at halftime of a Houston Rockets game. I wish I had that one back.
Glad it went well. The family in front of me had a kid who had been in the drumline who says he helped you a lot with the proposal so I stayed to watch. Congratulations to you and best wishes to your bride (to be?)
I'm a firm believer in not proposing until you "know" the answer will be "yes". After all...don't you want to marry someone you know well enough you know how they feel?
Putting someone on the spot in front of a huge crowd is asking for trouble. Some of the bad proposal videos look like they are following a planned script to get attention.
Does proposing at Michigan Stadium get you off the hook for "wife day"?
Just to piggy back on that, one thing to keep in mind is that girls have been envisioning their proposal/wedding in their heads since they were six... next to none dreamed of being asked on a jumbotron at a pro/college game in front of tens of thousands of strangers.
While it is the stereotype, we don't all fit that. But I agree most women would love something like this. I guess it depends on whether one likes a lot of attention or prefers more privacy. It sounds terrifying to me, personally.
This has over 600 comments on reddit right now, just saw it posted there.