I don't know what goes on in AA for the this week, but I now live in Ohio and have dated an OSU girl. The Thursday before the Mich-OSU game, about 90% of campus runs and jumps into a lake sometime at night. (Completely re-tarted but who am I to judge) I was wondering if Michigan students do something of this nature.
Traditions for rivalry week
So true, this week has been two hellacious midterms and a project for another class due...ugh. It'll all be good though when we give a proper thumping to a southern team on Saturday.
I worked through the night and finished a paper at 7am this morning, and am now working on three assignments due tomorrow afternoon. Did I mention I had a midterm on Monday? For some reason, the professors seem not to understand the rivalry.
How did you accumulate ~-100K mgopoints? That's impressive.
THE OSU Gravewalk is tonight at 8P.M. I suggest that for a great rivalry week activity.
AS a die-hard mich fan living in central hio I see alot more yuck fans come out of the woodwork this week,so I think a big tradition round here is to realize 'oh we play michigan this week we should act ignorant and retarted all week' then carry that over till the end of the year till they get embarrased in a bowl game again < go blue >
was to lock myself in the law quad reading room every weekday night so I could actually attend the game and stop studying for 5 hours. Timing of The Game in comparison to midterms is not ideal.
Similar situation. I recall having two exams the Monday after the game and a EECS 281 programming project being due around the same time. Needless to say, it sucked.
i wear my jersey everyday during the week prior to game. Sidenote, anyone pickup an authentic jersey off of ebay for 30 bucks like i did? best deal ever
I check the MGoBoard every hour on the hour while I'm at work. God I miss college.
Along those lines, for those of you still in college, don't ever leave.
I do not wear the color red this week. My wife also complies (with much eye-rolling) in her choice of clothing.
no red this week for me either. Never noticed any particular M traditions though other than the blood drive.