I'm sure this will be linked to on the front page sometime soon, but it is an absolute must-read:
Spencer Hall's Season Opening Piece
why is everyone negging this?
People might see two topics that both have Spencer Hall in them and not click the articles to see that they are two different articles.
However post in this case would be negging.
Please see thread below.
from the Top 100 thing posted below.
before piling on...
(I didn't neg).
Anyway, good article and all, but I'm getting sick of the whole "Song lyrics broken up by paragraphs broken up by lyrics". It's kind of old bit now, we know that you related this to a song and you're very artistic and a special author, but you can stop the damn musical interludes. Maybe I'm just a grumpy young man, but to me it messes with the flow of a piece to constantly have
But then it distracts from
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That they came to read
in this blog
in the first place
...I don't like it.
I'm sorry, I don't know how to post and original item and I don't remember seeing this already. So, I'd rather take the chance. Too good to pass up.
You need more points to post and that would be a stupid thread for a game week anyway.
I am sorry but that violates the no Off-Topic rule that is now in place.
From page 3 on the front pages (since it was posted Monday I think)
Off topic season is over. It is game week and we are putting on our game faces. Most off topic posting is hereby illegalized until after the Ohio State game. The exceptions:
- local pro teams in moderation
- general college football in whatever quantity you'd like
See that column to the right? The one that says "mgo.licio.us"? What do you see there?
I'm wrong. I didn't see it and that ticks me off because I looked. I'm just so excited for the season my brain isn't working right.
We have one of those guys on our team this year who fits the bill for us of being a pure moment of effort and sports and athletics just like George Teague's moment outlined in the article. Denard, a smiling happy gift from a benevolent God who saw fit in all our horror (2007 through 2010) to somehow deliver him from the swamps and backwoods of Florida to Ann Arbor, Mi. Let's us give thanks and remember why we love college football, and why we love MMEEEEECHIGAN!!!!