Its that time of year again. Its wrestling but Scott Steiner sure represents, GO BLUE
landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
That's an old clip. Is he an RR guy, or does the ring announcer say he's from "Lloyd Carr's University of Michigan"? Pressing questions indeed.
1. Hail ya!
2. Was that Matt Millen commentating?
EDIT: Most people know but for those who didn't know, The Red Hot Chili Pepper played "HTTV" for an encore in C-bus (don't know the year). EPIC.
Bobby "The Brain" Heenan calling Brutus "wormboy".
Chad Smith is a big Michigan fan.
Excellent clip! But the girl with the flag is smokin' hot!
Does anyone know who the wrestler like dude on the Michigan sidelines was? I noticed him in the 4th quarter rockin what looked like some Maize and blue Camo's and some sweet blonde hair resembling a mullet.
My first game at the Big House was ND 1991, Desmond's "The Catch" game (4th and 1 from ELVIS!). Earlier in the game Everitt ran off the field with a broken jaw, blood coming between his hands. IIRC, he only missed a couple games (with a freaking broken jaw!).
In any case, he looks older now, as do I, and I don't even have a shining mane of hair.
Back in time to right his fathers wrongs.
Yes THAT dude. Yikes!
sorry molk. but QB sneaks were automatic with steve.
in action figure form on the shelf behind Brian?
It looks like Ric Flair from his WCW days. I have the same one somewhere in the basement.
Was a cheesy drawing of the Steiner Brothers with a big block M in the background. I got it at an NWA event when I was 15 or 16. If I recall, their entrance music was actually The Victors. I like to tell people that I went to UM because of the great Poli Sci program and the sports, but really, it was the Steiner brothers...
Do people in Ohio have no idea this is fake?
I never thought the day would come when I would proudly say that Scott Steiner was my hero, but that may have just done it.
but the Scott Steiner clip was good to watch!
Where is Rick. They would have been great DT's. Any eligibility left?
I saw Scott Steiner at the UCONN game.