And Tater would have a problem with how he did it. ("He's just using the PR to sell jacked up 'Michigan 1, Cancer 0' t-shirts for $25...it's all about the 'brand'l)
SPOILER ALERT - Under the Lights Activities
Pom-poms are good. The 1997 Ohio State game had pom-poms. I don't think it had 100,000 of them, though.
but my addled brain can't recall which game I got the maize pom-pons from - sometime in the last 5 years. With at&t advertising on them. I don't think it's that rare of a swag item.
due to the fact that i live right next to Elbel, and can hear the band practice daily. It sounds great. Techno is going to be sweeettttt
Also a note on anybody who doesn't like the idea of pom poms and techno, I will gladly purchase your ticket.
I fell bad for the 9,000 fans that wont be getting pom-poms
No need to feel bad. The majority of those 9,000 are probably ND fans.
MMB needs to add Sandstorm to that shit!
Also, glowsticks would've made more sense but I'm sure there is a rule against that.
Dave Brandon is grounded!
We had that lightswitch installed for you so you could turn the lights ON and OFF, not so you could throw lightswitch raves!
Now let's go break open that glowstick and pour it into Brian Kelly's Mountain Dew. I heard they have to pump your stomach when you drink that stuff.
/million imaginary mgopoints to whoever gets the reference
Alabama enters to thunderstruck and our fans have a problem with us entering to In the Big House...
I seriously can't stand techno... I don't understand why Brandon is playing that.
I had this mental image of Brandon at the 50 UTLs at halftime working a sound board, all by himself.
needs a photoshop treatment
Scott Boerma, the Marching Band Director, likely chose the show. He's the same guy that when an exciting moment approaches, fires up Michael Jackson's thriller, because, you know, it's thrilling...
Damn, lots of boomers in here hating on the techno. You're starting to sound like the blue hairs complaining about people standing up too much.
Right? I mean this is sort of a heritage thing, given that Detroit was the birthplace of techno. I think its completely fitting, and absolutely not outside the realm of an acceptable college football halftime show these days.
I know the guy who put the show together and I love Techno. You haters don't know what you're talking about.
pom poms - no
techno band - yes
Anyone know when the Desmond ceremony is going to be?