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|6 years 21 weeks ago||Really wanted Cincy to make it in||
Nebraska got so many bad breaks from the refs.
I could care less about Texas vs. Alabama.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||Never root for OSU||
I will NEVER, under ANY circumstances, root for OSU. NEVER!
I can support Iowa, Purdue, Penn State, and other Big 10 teams, but NEVER OSU.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||There are so many sources,||
There are so many sources, and so much speculation out there. I'm not buying into anything until it's officially announced by the University.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||I totally agree. It's||
I totally agree. It's juvenile and just wrong.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||State has always been the||
State has always been the little sister in Michigan, and I don't think that's going to change any time soon.
|6 years 21 weeks ago||I hate Notre Dame||
I live in South Bend (well, Niles, Mich., a bedroom community of SB) and I have to hear the ND love-fest 24/7. For those of you that don't know, Niles, although technically in Michigan, is immediately north of South Bend and less than 3 miles from ND Stadium. Needless to say Wolverine fans are a minority. Although I think it's ridiculous for someone from Michigan to like ND, most of this town doesn't share that opinion.
Anyway, a few things I hate about ND:
I hate how ND kills up-and-coming programs like Cincy and Stanford by offering their coaches lots of money to convince them to leave. I hate their blank helmets. I hate how their fans are pompous, arrogant, and so delusional that they are somehow convinced that ND is still a championship-caliber program. I hate that they refuse to join a conference. I hate their academic excuse for why they haven't succeeded in the past 21 years. I hate their "Fighting Irish" nickname, where if it was any other ethnicity, the NCAA would have told them to change it. I hate how ND thinks it's the only program that has "tradition." I hate their bogus National Championship claims.
Hopefully these rumors are false, but it wouldn't surprise me if they are true. Money talks, and ND has millions to burn.
|6 years 22 weeks ago||Love to see ND fall||
What a great game. ND falls to 6-6 to a marginally good Stanford team coached by Michigan alum Jim Harbaugh. Loved the Michigan and Bo references throughout the game!
|6 years 23 weeks ago||Michigan doesn't have local||
Michigan doesn't have local talent?
|6 years 23 weeks ago||I won't be in Michigan||
Unfortunately, this was probably my last season living in the state of Michigan. Lord willing, next year I'll be watching from the Land of the Midnight Sun - Alaska. Hopefully, I can still get games up there.
|6 years 23 weeks ago||As much as I hate Notre Dame||
As much as I hate Notre Dame (I live in Niles, surrounded by ND fans), we really can't talk. It's better than no bowl at all. I'd love to see Michigan in any bowl this year.
|6 years 23 weeks ago||What a horrible tragedy. God||
What a horrible tragedy. God bless the Spielman family during this horrible time of loss.
|6 years 23 weeks ago||I was expecting this to be||
I was expecting this to be much uglier. The Maize and Blue played great today, and if it weren't for a few costly mistakes, we would have come out on top. Our defense was very good today, and it was really the offensive turnovers that sealed our fate. Congratulations to the Buckeyes, who were the better team today. Our Wolverines have a bright future ahead, next season should be much better.
|6 years 24 weeks ago||Looks good. Still, hopefully||
Looks good. Still, hopefully he'll redshirt next year. No need to start another true freshman.
|6 years 24 weeks ago||Brandon Minor||
He needs to play. He adds something to our offense that is absolutely crucial. I think he'll be out there.
As for the outcome, call me crazy, but I think Michigan has a chance here. I feel OSU is overrated, and these rivalry games add a whole new dimension that just can't be explained. If the defense can play reasonably well, and they can avoid the big turnover, I think the Wolverines can definitely pull it out.