Q: You know what's funny to me. I have been reading many UM football blogs (all of which blow by the way Dez) and all of them, present a common theme with regard to the UConn game. They seem to think that the re-dedication of the stadium is going to play a role in the outcome of the game. As if the players are going to play harder and the fans are going to yell louder (aside from the added seats) just because the stadium has added state of the art features. Funny. - Steve, CT
A: Anthony Sherman told me yesterday that when the team watches game film there are no stadium shots in what they see - just the field and the players. That's what they prepare for. They'll obviously prepare for crowd noise and all that but Sherm's point is very well-taken.
OK Steve in Connecticut, you obviously never visited MGoBlog in your quest for info. But if by chance you did and still managed to form that opinion, you best be prepared to throw down, pally. Insult my mother, fine, comment about my sister, so be it, but my precious MGoBlog?! Oh no you di'int!
And by the way Steve, nothing can prepare your team for the Big House, NOTHING!