days until Michigan defeats Western.
There are also...
days until Cam and the team begin their 2011 journey in the Spring Game.
What was the situation? Looks like an interception, did he manage to reel it in?
Are you? That's Marquise Walker catching a touchdown.
I guess I needed to be educated. That Iowa player kinda looked a QB finishing his throw, hence my question. I grew up far far away, where people do not even know college football exist, so sometimes I find myself trying to catch up with all the Michigan history. I will get there one day.
For those who want to see it again:
Finishing his throw from the goal line while in the air and 5 yards away with his back to the play?
Whoa, he said he was sorry. Ease up.
We ran the fumblerooski play in that game too.
Michigan vs. Iowa 2001, Marquise Walker's one-handed grab gave Michigan the lead 21-20 with 40 seconds to go in the 3rd quarter. Michigan ended up winning 32-26. Still one of the greatest grabs I've seen a Michigan player make, in a clutch situation like that.
Another huge moment in that game, we're trailing 20-7 and facing a 3rd and 15 at our own 20. Navarre throws a 77 yard bomb to Tyrece Butler who gets tackled at the 3, setting up a Chris Perry score.
If that play is incomplete, I think we're toast.
We are officially in Football season now.
dont tell that to MGOSOFTBALL
But I enjoy football as much as softball. I get to most FB games every year. Football is covered very well here whereas softball has only a few posters. Other blogs only want to talk about FB, BB and a little hockey.
At least here, most people are interested in all things Michigan.
It took a second for the Griese pic to come up, so for a few seconds I thought something crazy happened and we were actually 4 days away from our first real game. That would have been awesome, but I would have completely missed summer, including my wedding and my son's first birthday.
Eh, worth it.
I like that Walker pic ^^
That Walker TD is one of my most vivid early memories of watching Michigan football.
and combined with David Terrell, formed the top WR class I can remember us getting. I think those guys were something like 1-2 in that H.S. class by some experts. They also got Drew Henson, Justin Fargas, Larry Foote, and Hayden Epstein that year. Not too shabby.