|2 days 19 hours ago||Agree. The OP is using a||
Agree. The OP is using a shifty concept of "bounty." The NFL can credibly make a distinction between an all-star game where there are rewards and/or incentives, and an illicit "bounty" regimine where players are paid to injure other players.
|4 days 16 hours ago||LGRW! Upgraded cable package||
LGRW! Upgraded cable package to get playoff hockey today.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||So let me get this straight:||
So let me get this straight: Wetzel wants Michigan to apologize to Weber for something the NCAA made them do, a situation Ed Martin created, and from which Chris Webber ultimately profited?
Webber was on the dole four or five years before he came to Ann Arbor. I find no moral issue with that choice, as a matter of fact, but that is not something for which Michigan should apologize.
I think it is pretty much fair fucks--nobody should apologize to anyone for anything. Michigan was punished, Webber was punished, for their respective wrongs, which were not transgressions against one another.
|3 weeks 6 days ago||Glad he went in the early||
Glad he went in the early fifth, rather than later as had been expected. Don't see many Jags here in SF. I was hoping the Niners would sack up and take him in the Fourth.
|4 weeks 18 hours ago||Whoa that is old news. I had||
Whoa that is old news. I had a bat child poster on my wall in my apartment in Ann Arbor, 1998-1999.
Edit: girlfriend at the time made me cover it up when she slept over.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Speculation on potential||
Speculation on potential candidates:
Marvin Krislov (former UM General Counsel, now President of Oberlin College)
Theresa A. Sullivan (embattled U Va. President, with UM links)
Evan Caminker (former Dean of Michigan Law)
|5 weeks 1 day ago||This is very much about||
This is very much about Michigan sports. MSC has had input into every significant coaching hire. Word is, MSC blackballed Kirk Ferentz, who she had known from her Iowa days.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Jamal Crawford was last first||
Jamal Crawford was last first rounder.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||I played football for Grady||
I played football for Grady Sr and we loved him. He worked the Hell out of us, and we had a winning team with like every guy playing both ways. He is a tremendous motivator and a good defensive coach.
|6 weeks 19 hours ago||Jamal Crawford was #8. He is||
Jamal Crawford was #8. He is the last Michigan player to be drafted high, and he only stayed a year because of bullshit NCAA action.
|6 weeks 21 hours ago||Yale making the Finals does||
Yale making the Finals does make the loss to ND more painful, because the field was pretty open (I mean, it's always more open than March Madness, or college football). ND lit us up pretty good this year.
|6 weeks 21 hours ago||NCAA Frozen Four usually||
NCAA Frozen Four usually takes a two-week "break" or so in the playoffs, so as not to conflict with the Final Four. Man, a back-to-back M Final-Frozen Four would have been so sweet.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||No, it's a badass sport. Bad||
No, it's a badass sport. Bad for overall excitement for the sport but good for both programs in getting there. Frozen 4 isn't sweet only if Michigan makes it. It is an awesome event.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||For sure, Michigan deserved||
For sure, Michigan deserved to be in the title game, and would have been a worthy champion. But 99 times out of 100 Michigan loses to KU after being down 14 with six minutes left, and Burke's game-tying shot was story-book.
|6 weeks 3 days ago||It is tough because it took a||
It is tough because it took a miracle to get as far as they did. So many thing have to go right to get to the finals. But today I am more in awe of the run they had than disappointed at what could have been. I was too young to appreciate the 89 team and the Fab 5. This was remarkable. They lost a classic game in which they played pretty well. They provided three weeks of memories in the Tournament. They will be remembered for a long time.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||I see it as the Fab 5 paying||
I see it as the Fab 5 paying their respects. They are a big part of the program's history.
|6 weeks 5 days ago||Delaney is barely getting by.||
Delaney is barely getting by. I mean if they had to pay the talent they would have to shut the whole thing down.
|7 weeks 21 hours ago||Swagga Like Us, for sure!||
Swagga Like Us, for sure!
|7 weeks 21 hours ago||Thanks. Couldn't find this||
Thanks. Couldn't find this version on Spotify, so I added one by DJ Rell.
|7 weeks 1 day ago||Same deal with the same shirt||
Same deal with the same shirt (size L ran big). Plus, it's poly, it won't shrink. Of course, I hedged by buying four other styles, plus some stuff from Moe. (This was a Rose Bowl level event, insofar as gear is concerned).
|7 weeks 1 day ago||Twerp who wrote these tweets||
Twerp who wrote these tweets is a double-Florida grad whose "reporting" has been off-base before. Check it out
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Yeah, having no insight into||
Yeah, having no insight into last year's team, it is hard for me to say, but he seemed to struggle with confidence (in his shot, etc.). He was also sulky and petulent, and seemed to sulk more as the 2011-12 season wore on. But he stepped up in all 3 Tournament games he played for Michigan (averaged over 10 off the bench); he has the talent.
It's a shame because he would really gel with the players Michigan has this year. I hope he figures it out.
|7 weeks 2 days ago||Either that or Robinson comes||
Either that or Robinson comes off the bench. He would add depth for sure. With Smotz his issues were mental.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Holy Shits! Need to get a||
Holy Shits! Need to get a copy of that '89 Crisler Dead show, for soundtrack pump-up purposes. Been cranking Outkast since the game was over today, for geographic/cultural context, but a historical piece is needed here.
EDIT: Holy Shits!!!!! Is this it?
EDIT II: According to the arcive, and some googling, the Dead played back to back April 5 and 6, 1989. Here is the link to the first day's show, wherein they covered "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again"
|7 weeks 5 days ago||To me the best sports weekend||
To me the best sports weekend was April 2-4, 1998, when Michigan won the NCAA Hockey tournament, which was the same weekend as Hash Bash. It was the end of the year, Ann Arbor was jumpin' with block parties & etc., and we were still floating on air from the 1998 Rose Bowl (and, erm, Hash Bash).
Wolverine Historian makes a great point with the day Woodson won the Heisman, etc., and to me that weekend in April was like the capstone to a truly amazing year, one that without a doubt changed me for life (I went to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl, and there was no going back after that).
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Yeah next-day air to San||
Yeah next-day air to San Francisco was almost as much as the shirts, but worth every penny.
|7 weeks 6 days ago||Most Sparties that I know are||
Most Sparties that I know are appalled by these types of things, and think (probably correctly) that it makes Sparty a laughingstock. But there is a hard-core element at MSU who carry this on. Not having been anywhere near MSU in a dozen years, I am in no position to judge, but ten years ago the couch burning had a political potency that I actually admired.
I was in college at Michigan during the first MSU riots, and having been in East Lansing on many occasions for several years leading up to that, I actually found there to be some legitimacy to the actions, which were pre-planned riots rather than the spotaneous 'mob violence' the media made it appear to be. The East Lansing police were the most aggressive police force I had ever seen, or have seen since, in fifteen or so campuses accross the United States and abroad. Officers would subject students to random searches on weekends. This happened to me once. Two officers tried to search a group of us, and I was like, have constitutional rights been suspended in East Lansing? I got the 'stop and frisk' for speaking up. No tickets or citations, this was pure intimidation, but never have I seen police force as confrontational or mean spirited.
Anecdotally I have heard that the police-student relations actually improved after the riots, so maybe these are exactly the gratuitiously cretinous events that they are portrayed to be. Or maybe this is a ritual paying homage to the 1999 riots. In any event, I doubt that its coincidental that when Sparty students get to Spartying, they burn couches. There is a symbolism to it, and it's not all bad, in my view, at least insofar as the pushing back against an East Lansing Police State is concerned. (Even though couch-burning predates the 1999 riots, couch-burning was one of the enduring symbols of the 1999 riots.)
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Lo, the fickle sentiments of||
Lo, the fickle sentiments of our talking head sports media culture. One week ago, they were falling all over themselves talking about how Michigan was on Upset Watch. Michigan plays well against two lesser teams, and suddenly we are the favorites, not only for the Kansas game, but for the tournament generally?
|8 weeks 2 days ago||Sparty. B1G all the way.||
Sparty. B1G all the way.
|8 weeks 4 days ago||I mean, look at it this way.||
I mean, look at it this way. Football generally, and Michigan football especially, are a big part of his life. Of course he would want to talk about that. That would be like simeone wanting to talk about the bars in Ann Arbor with me. Yeah I straight would talk about that for hours. Running up on a dude when he's at dinner or something raises perhaps etiquette issues but I don't see the issue raised at all by the fact pattern you present.
|8 weeks 5 days ago||KU is the epitome of B1G||
KU is the epitome of B1G opponent. Like IU with a weaker Olidipo. Tough matchup. We need a healthy Morgan.
|9 weeks 20 hours ago||This is especially bad||
This is especially bad because Wisky beat us twice. Wisky was not only a victim of its own soulless brand of basketball, but of low-ball seeding. Ole Miss, like Oregon, is better than all 11 and 10s, and most 9s.
|9 weeks 3 days ago||UK has 5 McDonalds All||
UK has 5 McDonalds All Americans. Those frosh could be forced into a choice between late 2nd round or off the bench next year.
|10 weeks 3 days ago||Agree with the last sentence||
Agree with the last sentence whole-heartedly. Bo, Mo, Woodson, to name only a few, are from Ohio.
|11 weeks 4 days ago||Forgot about Campy. He's top||
Forgot about Campy. He's top 15. Man, Johnny Orr is the most underrated coach in M history. Had he been coaching football, there would be statues of him.
Had a helluva run throughout the 1970s, then feels unloved, leaves to coach Iowa St. for more $$.
|11 weeks 5 days ago||Top 15 at least||
As many have noted, this is premature. But here are those who will rank ahead of him:
|11 weeks 5 days ago||I think M's platform favors||
I think M's platform favors neutral court and close called games. Allows Burke and Hardaway more freedom to move.
|11 weeks 5 days ago||Longhammer IPA||
That was a heart-stopper.
|15 weeks 18 hours ago||In any event, actions speak||
In any event, actions speak louder than words, and regardless of what he said, he signed a letter of intent to play with Michigan... GO BLUE!
|17 weeks 4 days ago||They needed this win. In||
They needed this win. In response to OP, I am not sure this shows that opening night was a fluke, but these are the games the Wings need to win to make the playoffs.
|17 weeks 5 days ago||The coverage on this Board,||
The coverage on this Board, in terms of comments and whatnot, has been heavily shaded by maize and blue colored viewpoints, as it should be. I think the objective consensus is that we was duped, but embellished, and is highly gullible. This is how I am leaning, but there remain many inconsistencies and leaps of common sense, so our mgoconspiracytheorists may yet be right.
|17 weeks 6 days ago||Well, Blues are favored to||
Well, Blues are favored to win the division by most sources I have seen. Dog fight for playoff spot for Wings and they are banged up already.
|17 weeks 6 days ago||I think we are relatively||
I think we are relatively sane as a fan base, as demonstrated in several regards. We supported John Bacon and his book, which was harsh medicine, and honest criticism of our program. Nobody was protesting when we removed the Fab Five banners. That was handled sanely. Going all the way back to Moeller, M fired a winning coach for what would just a blip at a school in the SEC.
|18 weeks 14 hours ago||I agree with your premise,||
I agree with your premise, whole-heartedly. And this link would appear to be prima facie evidence that, as suspected, hundreds of MSU co-eds may be females of negotiable affecting.
My issue is with the local news providing unwitting plugs for the website in question.
|18 weeks 14 hours ago||Pretty sure this website sent||
Pretty sure this website sent press releases to all local media with college connections. Local news then becomes unwitting PR mouthpiece of sketchy website.
|18 weeks 14 hours ago||Well, the thing about local||
Well, the thing about local news, you don't have to report on every crazy thing that happens on the Internet. Yes, you could conceivably find a tenuous local connection to just about any type of exploitative, distasteful website, but do we really need to read about MSU being the 16st most represented school on a sugar daddy website?
|18 weeks 1 day ago||Yes, this reads really bad||
Yes, this reads really bad now, but that's easy to say with hindsight.
At the time, you'd be tempted to chalk it up to T'eo being emotional, being perhaps reluctant to share private or intimate details about his girlfriend, or his love life.
My analysis, taking the answers on their face, is that T'eo appears to be fabricating much of his answers, is evasive at points, is vague about things that should be easy to answer, and offers up odd bits of detail unexpectedly. This does not necessarily preclude him being duped--he could be ad libbing answers because he does not exactly want to tell the SI reporter he had an online girlfriend he never met, whose background he himself does not know very well.
|18 weeks 2 days ago||Respectfully, this||
Respectfully, this unwarranted speculation about T'eo's sexual orientation needs to stop. Not only is it unfounded, but it's far from the only inference to be drawn here from T'eo being duped (if he in fact was duped).
|18 weeks 2 days ago||Just watched this. A few||
Just watched this. A few observations.
|18 weeks 2 days ago||This looks bad for ND and||
This looks bad for ND and T'eo, but I would reserve judgment at this point. Deadspin's sources for Te'o being in on this are anonymous people on the Internet, who are speculating. Te'o could have embellished other details to give a backstory for a very naive thing that he did (falling for someone he met on the Internet, and never met in person); I am not sure I believe this at all, but stranger things have happened. In any event, I doubt that ND is going to hold a press conference saying it believes one of its student-atheletes is a liar, when the story they have been told is plausible.
|18 weeks 2 days ago||Speaking of Denard...||
With Chip Kelly at the Eagles, is there a chance Denard goes in the second or third round and is used as a QB? To me, watching Russell Wilson has dampened the notion that he is "too small." Denard has a ways to go before his throwing is as accurate as RGIII, Kaepernick, Cam Newton, or Wilson, but maybe he has a shot.
|19 weeks 2 days ago||Gambit to cadge another two||
Gambit to cadge another two year extension, and perhaps a pay increase, by Kelly? I think so.
|19 weeks 3 days ago||Northwestern was a good win,||
Northwestern was a good win, or a win against a good team. N'W went 2-0 against the SEC, beating two SEC bowl teams. Of course, it's too early to say how good Michigan will be next year. Swinging another recruit or two, especially a tailback, could impact things.
|19 weeks 3 days ago||Not sure 2012 ND year is what||
Not sure 2012 ND year is what we want to aspire towards.
|19 weeks 4 days ago||Let's play hockey||
Wings plus mbball should tide me over. Then it's the Tigers. But it's never the same.
|23 weeks 1 day ago||Hiring a .500 coach from the||
Hiring a .500 coach from the Pac-12 is one way of assuring Wisconsin reverts to its historic mean. I, for one, am all for it.
|24 weeks 2 days ago||I see what you did||
I see what you did there...
This is different, however, and to me a bit creepy. Bo didn't say, 'hey, I am going to coach the basketball team myself.' This perhaps underscores the reason Bielema wanted to leave: to get out behind Alveraz's shadow. Alveraz's last recruiting class graduated a few years ago; Bielema has been to three straight Rose Bowls; that fans in Madison are clamoring for Alveraz leads to me believe that Alveraz, and the Madison fan base, is having a hard time letting go.
Then again, who wouldn't want come out of retirement to coach the Grandaddy?! I understand where Alveraz is coming from. Plus it lends a cachet to the game that merely promoting a provisional assistant would not.
|24 weeks 3 days ago||I was mildy enthusiastic when||
I was mildy enthusiastic when he was hired. When his contract was renewed in the middle of his third season, in which M finished 15-17 despite being ranked like #15 preseason, including a disasterous start to the 2009-10 year, I considered it an intentional, malicious act by Bill Martin to screw Michigan one more time.
As it turns out, he has done a great job recruiting potential stars like THJ, GRIII, Burke, Stauskas before they blow up.
|24 weeks 5 days ago||If he is a first rounder it||
If he is a first rounder it would hard to stay, period. Too many risks.
|24 weeks 5 days ago||CMU||
Chips to the Little Ceasar's Bowl. NIU to Orange Bowl opened up the spot. Not exactly a banner year for the Chips, but they have a shot at a winning season.
|24 weeks 6 days ago||Especially insofar as margin||
Especially insofar as margin of victory in first round NCAA tournament games is concerned.
|24 weeks 6 days ago||Time to pull away. Bradley in||
Time to pull away. Bradley in foul trouble and M up 5. Good time to make a run.
|25 weeks 14 hours ago||His players, but by '03 Urb||
His players, but by '03 Urb had moved on to Utah.
|25 weeks 15 hours ago||With all due respect to both||
With all due respect to both teams, who earned their spots, the most exciting game I watched this year was Oregon-USC. I still believe Oregon has a better chance of beating 'Bama than ND, as it plays at a pace and speed that 'Bama has not seen.
|25 weeks 16 hours ago||It has to be up there. Here||
It has to be up there. Here is another big MAC game, from Wikipedia:
|25 weeks 1 day ago||I am tempted to chalk up this||
I am tempted to chalk up this excitement, and reference to the 08 game, to the availability heurisitic and condemn it, but similar parallels can be made to any opponent M would face, and given those options, ATM is the most favorable match up.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||How did I miss this? State||
How did I miss this? State gave the Situation an honorary degree? I suppose that's about right.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||So maybe you have figured out||
So maybe you have figured out something that the Ohio team has not: Thomas is their #1 offensive weapon. He should be taking more shots. Smith and Craft took a lot of shots down the stretch that were poor.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||IU blew out UNC, a pretty||
IU blew out UNC, a pretty good squad by 20+. They had some close games when Zeller was sick, but won them all. Duke was fortunate that Ohio shot about 35% for the game, and Croft played his worst game of the year. I understand the argument that IU has more wins against good teams, but that is an accident of the scheduling, and does anyone who has seen both teams play really think that Duke should be ranked ahead of IU? I firmly do not.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||Thomas should have been||
Thomas should have been taking all the shots down the stretch. Ohio played a very good game, especially on defense, but left the Lumberjack open too many times in the second half.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||Ohio D is nasty. Can't bring||
Ohio D is nasty. Can't bring myself to root for Duke. At the very sight of Plumlee or Kelly I get pissed.
|25 weeks 2 days ago||Watched the first half. Not||
Watched the first half. Not much continuity on offense. Softer than expected on defense., allowing Miami penetration several times. Appling is a player, though.
|25 weeks 3 days ago||I suspect delusional Arkansas||
I suspect delusional Arkansas thinking, or just Internets rumor-mongering, on this one.
|25 weeks 3 days ago||It ain't over until it's||
It ain't over until it's over. Let him explore other options. If we still have a spot for him down the road, welcome him back with open arms.
|25 weeks 4 days ago||M, 71-58. Edge to M in the||
M, 71-58. Edge to M in the frontcourt, with McGary, Horford, and Morgan.
|25 weeks 4 days ago||Well, this is politickin'||
Well, this is politickin' from Saban. At once an act of self-aggrandizing the SEC title game this weekend--how DARE it not be recognzied that even the loser of this game is deserving--and campaigning for a Sugar Bowl bid should 'Bama slip up.
By comparison, Cousins's belly-aching was small-time.
|25 weeks 4 days ago||Good point||
He still may be waiting to see how Ohio does in its bowl. Could also depend on how Maurice Clarett and Art Schlichter do at their parole hearings, how the rule against double jeopardy impacts noted Buckeye supporter Casey Anthony, or whether that rumored video of Urban Meyer pleasuring himself while reading his old press clippings ever surfaces.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||Wisky could beat Stanford.||
Wisky could beat Stanford. They had a lot of close losses. Their solid D is built to stop a running game like Stanford's, and their meathead running game will limit possessions.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||Chizik won just about every||
Chizik won just about every national coaching award there is, from the Broyles to the Bear Bryant award. Not saying I am surprised, or that, given the high probability that Auburn gets hammered by the NCAA in the near future, it's not warranted, but the guy has had some success.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||Tough to see Utah State, Kent||
Tough to see Utah State, Kent State, and Northern Illinois ranked ahead of M, with three of our losses against the AP Top 4, but I think I will get over it.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||Agree re the overall||
Agree re the overall assessment on Borges. He kind of got the RichRod buzzwhip, in that he did not have the weapons he wanted to run the offense he is most comfortable with, due to the smaller, faster, quicker types RichRod recruited. The offense probably overachieved most of last year, and perhaps underachieved most of this year. That may marginally improve with Gardner the presumptive starter, but two things give me pause: Gardner not playing QB after Denard got hurt in the Nebraska game, and the Paleolithic playcalling in the second half of the Ohio game. In the latter, he turned what could have been historically fun (Gardner and Denard in the same backfield!), into something all too predictable and dull.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||We only fell one spot in the||
We only fell one spot in the AP football poll. Now we have five weeks to heal and gear up for Georgia or Texas A&M. In a New Year's bowl game.
Plus BBall has beaten two tournament teams already, is ranked in the top four, with another on the docket for Tuesday.
Overall, the Big Picture looks so much better now than it did at any time 2008-2010, which means more than we probably will admit it does.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||I think Georgia went to the||
I think Georgia went to the Outback, right?
|25 weeks 6 days ago||Georgia To Cotton? We get||
Georgia To Cotton? We get ATM?
|25 weeks 6 days ago||Watch UCLA and USC. Have a||
Watch UCLA and USC. Have a few wistful beers and think back on better times.
|26 weeks 14 hours ago||The first of much hardware||
The first of much hardware for McG, Robinson, et al.
|26 weeks 16 hours ago||Crazy jammed every week. Get||
Crazy jammed every week. Get there early.
|26 weeks 16 hours ago||Agree with criticism of late||
Agree with criticism of late game clock management and play calling, but Iowa's defense played very well, especially after the first five minutes of the game. Credit Ferenz for being competitive.
|26 weeks 18 hours ago||Slow start. Let's go, blue!||
Slow start. Let's go, blue!
|26 weeks 22 hours ago||C'mon Iowa, they've come for||
C'mon Iowa, they've come for your corn. They are trying to get ALL your corn.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||Vintage Sparty. Crucial||
Vintage Sparty. Crucial personal foul penalty and they give up a big play on 4th down.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||Nice fucking bear. Blue!||
Nice fucking bear. Blue!
|28 weeks 6 days ago||Roses are blue. Need some||
Roses are blue. Need some help from Iowa and Penn State.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||w00000000000000t!!!!!!!!!!!!!||
DG can ball.
|29 weeks 2 days ago||That it was so hopeless is||
That it was so hopeless is what made it so bad for me. Reminded me of some of the darkest moments of 2008-10, when Michigan is playing poorly, losing badly, but you know it just can't get any better, with the talent level, coaching, and relative strength of the opponent fixed. Against good teams, Michigan is one re-aggravated ulnar nerve from being at Sheridan-era-level hopelessness.
What can you do? Whinge, loudly, then drink, heavily, then vent on Internet message boards, intemperately.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||So all of this over a funny||
So all of this over a funny bone?
|29 weeks 4 days ago||Yeah, I will always remember||
Yeah, I will always remember that game, not just because I remember every single game unless I am blackout drunk, but because I was in Vancouver, BC, and called every bar in the telephone book until I found one that would put the game on for me. I had this whole room, with full bar, to myself. I was expecting a brutal hand-off of the LBJ to those varmits, but the Gophers star receiver was hurt and couldn't play, and Sheridan got REVERSEBODYSNATCHED.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||So cutting through the||
So cutting through the coachspeak here, I would say it's 50/50, at best, that Denard plays against the Gophers.
Even if we're stuck with Bellomy again, it will be after a week's worth of preparation, against a weaker opponent. (Remember how Sheridan looked against the Gophers in '08? Awwww yeah.)
|29 weeks 5 days ago||I have started, begrudgingly,||
I have started, begrudgingly, to see parallels between ND 2012 and Michigan 1997/Ohio State 2002. I am not a fan of ND, but I am a fan of that style of play.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||That's tough...||
this one, I can't celebrate with the rest of SF. Was not meant to be. I am a sad Tigers fan tonight. (So much for the "perfectly hedged" World Series.)
|29 weeks 5 days ago||That is three more than they||
That is three more than they should have got.
1986: we're rated #2, they beat us in the Big House when they are 5-4, with a home loss to Pacific.
1977: we're rated #1, we go up there and lose 16-0. I am less than a year old at the time, and my dad said that this one was not televised, so I have no earthly idea how that happened.
2005: they break one up the sidelines when they are trying to run out the clock and play for overtime, right after we call a timeout to try to get the ball back in time to attempt a field goal.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||I think the OP puts more than||
I think the OP puts more than just last night's offensive performance at issue. Six quarters of football, with Denard, and no TDs to show for it. Not saying I agree with the OP's conclusions, but that's where the OP is coming from.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||As tempting as it is to agree||
As tempting as it is to agree with the sentiments expressed here, not just in the wake of the Nebraska loss, but also given that we haven't scored a touchdown in three weeks, it's way too early to be serious about this 'hot seat' talk, but maybe not too early to open a dialouge about it.
Michigan has not been impressive this year, or (with a couple exceptions) last year, against good defenses. Offensive game plans against Bama and ND were questionable (but against Bama, nobody has looked good the last two years). And Bellomy looked like a deer in the headlights--when losing Denard to injury has been a consistent risk the last three years. Most daminginly: an offense led by Denard Robinson has looked boring and predictable this year.
But firing the offensive coordinator is not where Michigan wants to go as a program in the foreseeable future. This conclusion assumes we'll win a couple more, at least, this year, but it's the wrong message to send when the team has been winning. Apart from the agony of watching TD-free football, 5-3 is about where the schedule suggested we may be at this point in the year. And if Denard is healthy, we probably beat Nebraska like 18-17, on FGs, or something.
|29 weeks 5 days ago||Desmond||
and Woodson played on better teams.
|29 weeks 6 days ago||Thanks||
Now PLEASE be true.
|29 weeks 6 days ago||Agree||
Him, Desmond, Woodson, in that order, since I have been watching M. One other lament, in this night of many, is that he'll never get that national recognition now.
|29 weeks 6 days ago||Word||
But next year, whoever is at QB, won't be as hapless as the offense this year was in the second half without Denard.
|30 weeks 14 hours ago||Cough syrup with Codeine.||
Cough syrup with Codeine. Effing cold...
|30 weeks 1 day ago||Molly's on the Market is a||
Molly's on the Market is a Michigan bar. Visited during Sugar Bowl.
|30 weeks 1 day ago||That is awesome. I watched||
That is awesome. I watched it from my dorm room in West Quad.
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Lincecum||
Pitched poorly in Game 4 and may not start given Zito pitched a gem in game 5. (Bamgartner has fallen off a cliff so it's not clear he will start another game this year.)
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Andrew W.K.||
Needs to do a fight song oriented concept album.
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Blaming the media is to||
Blaming the media is to football what blaming short sellers is to finance: a desperate attempt to steer the dialogue away from one's own performance.
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Here we go...||
Game 2 tickets locked in.
|30 weeks 4 days ago||Giantes||
De Los gigantes. For me Detroit SF series would be What you call a perfectly hedged position.
|30 weeks 5 days ago||ND||
Is legit. They have an outstanding defense and are well-coached.
|30 weeks 5 days ago||I think the idea is that fans||
I think the idea is that fans are typically more raucous (read: drunk) and that amplifies the usual home field advantage.
|30 weeks 5 days ago||As I recall, we fell behind||
As I recall, we fell behind 24-14 in the first half, in which Denard struggled. Totally agree that our night game opponents are all marquee teams (VT, ND, et al.).
I am generally paranoid about every game, because that's just me, but I am particularly concerned that Nebraska's defense may play better against Michigan because of experience coaching similar talent in Taylor Martinez and in running a similar scheme.
|30 weeks 5 days ago||I think you could make the||
I think you could make the case Dantonio is a consistent winner. He's 48-26 at MSU (including 28-16 in the conference), and has taken them to a bowl game each year.
|30 weeks 5 days ago||I believe it was 1985. I||
I believe it was 1985. I remember it like it was yesterday.
|30 weeks 6 days ago||Drinkin||
Guinness during the game. Drakes 1500 after.
|30 weeks 6 days ago||Blue. Blue. Blue. Wish I||
Blue. Blue. Blue.
|31 weeks 18 hours ago||Brandon Knight may develop,||
Brandon Knight may develop, but my view is that the Pistions look more like a lottery team than a playoff team at this point.
I watched Maggette a lot when he was a Clipper and I lived in LA; he is not a guy that will fit a 'defense first' team mentality, and he is prone to taking bad shots. Other than him, and perhaps Monroe, I don't see that Detroit has a consistent scoring threat. Detroit's recent draft picks would have been great if the team had a core of All-Stars to build around (which at one point, not too long ago, it did); with the possible exception of Knight, which is stretch given the wealth of talent at his position, I do not see any recent picks developing into stars in the NBA.
That said, I hope I am wrong. What I perhaps miss most about the middle years of the last decade was watching the Pistons play team ball deep into the playoffs.
|31 weeks 1 day ago||Agreed||
Jimmy Smokes has won 20 playoff games (and counting). Unreal.
|32 weeks 1 day ago||Yeah, I give a fuck what the||
Yeah, I give a fuck what the A's do after they win. To hell with the As, and the bail jumpers who follow them.
Go Tigers. Go Giants.
|32 weeks 1 day ago||Gatorade bath after a game 4||
Gatorade bath after a game 4 win is a chumpdick move. Like getting thrown out at third after a double, actually.
|32 weeks 1 day ago||Buster||
|32 weeks 1 day ago||I'll be there||
Last night was a miserable experience, particularly from the cheap seats. Tonight I sit 20 rows behind home base.
|33 weeks 4 days ago||Further perspective||
Tigers had Greenberg, and six of eight position players hit better than .300 in 1934. (The other two hit better than .280.)
|33 weeks 4 days ago||W0000000000t||
Wearing vintage early 90s Tigers t-shirt and having a few rounds for the tiges in the Upper Haight.
|34 weeks 5 days ago||Here's my take: I don't blame||
Here's my take: I don't blame anyone. Michigan needed to establish the throw early to win. Needed to create some room to run. ND put pressure on Denard, who did not have his best game throwing the ball. Credit ND defenders rather than blame our guys. And look on the bright side: our defense got better. We need to stop the run to win the Big Ten. We did that last night.
|37 weeks 1 day ago||My hat is off to you for||
My hat is off to you for plowing through the Bama game tape; this has to be one of those times where mgoblog is less a labor of love, and more like real hard work.
|38 weeks 4 days ago||You may be thinking of||
You may be thinking of Bayside, which was just down the street from the (Go) Blue Light. It closed a couple years ago I think.
I caught several games at Kezar Pub over the years. I don't remember Sparties, but I haven't seen a game there since the 2009 season. Like most other bars, it has like 3-4 games going at once, with like fans of 9-12 different fan bases watching their team, waiting for their game, or post-gaming. Kind of like the United Nations of SF sports bars. Better as a hockey bar.
|38 weeks 4 days ago||I will be at Blarney Stone.||
I will be at Blarney Stone. The problem with the other places you reference is that they are shared venues. I stopped going to the (Go) Blue Light after it became overrun with Texas fans waiting to watch the Horns, who usually played after Michigan. Mixed-allegiance crowds kind of suck.
Plan on showing up early at Blarney if you go. Great place (even though it is inconveniently located in the Outer Richmond) but it fills up quickly for big games.
|45 weeks 10 hours ago||Ok now 21st Amendment IPA. A||
Ok now 21st Amendment IPA. A step down.
|45 weeks 11 hours ago||Ranger IPA||
Racer is a bit sweet by my tongue. Drake's is my favorite California IPA.
|45 weeks 5 days ago||The last two plays from the||
The last two plays from the ND game should be in there.
|47 weeks 19 hours ago||For me, it's the 2012 Sugar||
For me, it's the 2012 Sugar Bowl. Yes, it has as much to do with New Orleans, and all that entailed. But it also has to do with it being such a surprise that Michigan had a solid season in 2011, and seeming so far-fetched afer a just horrible '08, a disappointing '09, and a mediocre '10 that ended in the most humiliating Michigan game ever. I felt a lot of that weight lifted just by getting to the Sugar Bowl. There were more thrilling bowl games, and more meaningful ones (I was at the '98 Rose Bowl and rushed the field afterward), but the Sugar Bowl is my favorite.
|47 weeks 22 hours ago||Is the title of the post||
a sly Titus Andronicus reference? If so, AWESOME
|49 weeks 1 day ago||I passed on tickets to||
I passed on tickets to prepare for a hearing today. Eff.
|1 year 2 days ago||The temptation to nit-pick a||
The temptation to nit-pick a few of these has become too great...
Ghostface, even in power ballad mode, is too catchy to make this list. Godspeed you!, Black Emperor "Dead Flag Blues"? Man, that would have been appropriate at various points in the 2008-2010 time period.
|1 year 6 days ago||A bit ironic because, at||
A bit ironic because, at various times in his life, HST made a living as a sportswriter.
Probably, the best sports writing I have read has been by writers who do other types of work (HST, David Foster Wallace, e.g.).
|1 year 6 days ago||Bought several bottles of the||
Bought several bottles of the first vintage when they released. Outrageously expensive, but pretty good juice (plush, polished, evidently oaked, with deep black fruits and severe tannins).
|1 year 6 days ago||Rosenberg is a better writer||
Rosenberg is a better writer than 99.9% of sports journalists. If not for the "Jihad," this would not even be a debate.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Buckstashe||
There is one sure-fire way to determine whether these guys really posed a threat, or whether this may be FBI bootstrapping: the Buckstashe test.
From what I have been able to determine from preliminary googling, at least one of the accused sports, or at one time did sport, some form of Buckstashe.
I think it is too early to jump to any conclusions, but before the facial hair tendencies of each of these individuals has been thoroughly scrutinized--and conclusively documented--I am willing to entertain the notion that The Ohio Five could indeed be very dangerous.
EDIT: HOLY BUCKSTASHE, BATMAN. From the video on this link, I would put the preliminary Buckstashe count at 2.5.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Yeah, oh yeah, the parking.||
Yeah, oh yeah, the parking. One of the happiest days of my life is when I sold my car for what is essentially a decent night's bar tab.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Yeah, depending on where in||
Yeah, depending on where in Noe you live, J is an option, but it can be many blocks away. I suppose the buses too, but I think it requires multiple transfers, which, eff that.
It's funny how, wherever I live, I too come to loathe the morning commute, whether it's stop and go on the U.S. 10 for forty minutes, or something as simple as walking a half block, grabbing coffee, and then riding a train for fifteen minutes.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||First, you are so screwed.||
First, you are so screwed. Sorry. Rents are through the roof what with Tweeter downtown, the Internets, and what have you. Here are some tips:
1. Get a package of prior rental referrals, your credit score, and a pay-stub, and bring it with you to look at places.
2. Bring your checkbook with you and be prepared to put down a deposit on the spot when you finally find a place you like. The place I live now I filled out the application on the spot, and cut a check, the first time I saw it. And that was three years ago.
3. Get your transportation situation figured out. This is a bad place to drive. Don't get a place and then try to figure out how you are going to get to work.
4. Don't live in SoMa. It sucks.
5. Noe Valley and the Inner/Outer Sunset are the best bargains, but to live in Noe you almost have to drive. Inner Sunet is on the N line, and the neigboorhood is not a bad place to live. Outer Sunset is not as bad as it was when I lived there, but pretty much dead, and you can't even get a cab back there at night. But it's cheap, and near the Park.
Welcome to the City! The best Michigan bar for games is the Blarney Stone, which is in the outer Richmond.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||Burns||
grew up in Ann Arbor. Wallace was one Hell of an ambassador for our school, and his legacy will be felt for as long as there is independent journalism: http://www.mjfellows.org/fellows/
|1 year 6 weeks ago||Rhys||
Swan Terrace 2009. Needs time. But has tremendous potential.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Boarding on STL. PP with 13||
Boarding on STL. PP with 13 minutes left in the Third. Not clear whether it's a major--it looked like it to me. C'mon Wings, now's the time.
Edit: five minute major.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Did anyone catch if there was||
Did anyone catch if there was a penalty on Franzen there after the horn ending the second? It did not look like he was sent to the box, but that may only be because it was the end of the period.
0-0 through two. Very even game. Howard is playing very well, and the Blues have 15 blocked shots (!).
|1 year 7 weeks ago||firstrowsports.eu||
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Wings PP. Playoff atmosphere||
Wings PP. Playoff atmosphere in St. Louie. Still scoreless.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Peaking at the right time ==||
Peaking at the right time == March 2013, March 2014, et al.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||OK, this mope I have seen||
OK, this mope I have seen before, but I do not believe I know the aforementioned "buck i guy." If I recall correctly, the man in this picture was holding up a sign honoring Rob Lytle during the 2010 Game, so he can't be all bad.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||firstrowsports.eu is my usual||
firstrowsports.eu is my usual source, but it's not linked yet. Nor does it appear to be scheduled on ESPN3. WTF?
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Where is the UM-Cornell||
Where is the UM-Cornell game? Is the start time pushed back due to the Ferris-Denver finish? Can't find links on ESPN3 or on firstrowsports.eu.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||The first 38-0 game was my||
The first 38-0 game was my favorite, in 2003. Of course, the next weekend in Oregon was one of the most painful games I've ever seen in person, so the good vibrations were short lived.
The second 38-0 came against ND's worst team in the modern era. Still, it solidified ND's place as the "University of 38 to Nothing," which is what I call ND alums/fans I come accross here in the bay area.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||When I lived in England,||
When I lived in England, about ten years ago, "muppet" was a common, somewhat playful epithet. Similar maybe to how Americans use "tool."
|1 year 13 weeks ago||Founders All Day IPA.||
Founders All Day IPA. Pregaming for the Ohio basketball game, then heading to the Carolina Brewery to drink Flagship IPA and watch the game. GO BLUE!
|1 year 14 weeks ago||2009 Copain Kiser "En||
2009 Copain Kiser "En Bas"
|1 year 15 weeks ago||Wyclef was in the house my||
Wyclef was in the house my senior year, in the spring. But my favorite Rick's moment was when we ordered fifty Yagerbombs ca. 2003.
|1 year 16 weeks ago||Take it easy, Charlie Sheen.||
Take it easy, Charlie Sheen. It's a Sparty move to cheer injuries to opposting teams' players.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||I'll be going to the SF-NY||
I'll be going to the SF-NY game, not really rooting for either team. I am still not fully behind Harbaugh, even though I live here. It's been fun to see a local team make a run, but Harbaugh's trash talking Michigan when he was at Stanford, and his choice to not return to his alma mater tell me that he is no Michigan man.
I predict: Giants by a touchdown, and Patriots by ten.
|1 year 18 weeks ago||On a broad level, I would||
On a broad level, I would tend to agree with you that Izzo is classy. But compare Beilein's statements with those made by Izzo in a conference call before the game, wherein he said he didn't like 'one thing' about Michigan:
I mean, I don't agree with Beilein that State is a great school (Izzo's program is the best thing Sparty has going for it), but it was gracious of him to say so.
|1 year 18 weeks ago||Man, you know they use the||
Man, you know they use the nastiest warmed-over sake for that, right? Might I interest you, instead, in some Irish Car Bombs at Conner's instead?
Having said that, I second the Champion House nomination. FWIW, they were tolerant of that behavior, which looking back is pretty obnoxious, ten years back, when I used to go there.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||w000000t! This is where||
This is where Michigan likely starts next season as well.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||I'll leave the Sugar off my||
I'll leave the Sugar off my list, even though it is a clear-cut number one for me (a Michigan match-up against a MAC school is a much bigger deal for me than any bowl game, so I can't objectively evaluate).
1. Rose (this was a shootenanny, and would've been closer but for costly Wisky fumble)
2. Fiesta (these two teams should have been in a playoff with LSU-Bama)
3. R+L Carriers (terrific last minute, good way to ring in bowl season)
4. Military (AF goes for two and loses to Toledo... a well-played game, and the MAC was good this year)
5. Alamo (overrated, as Washington never really got back into it late, but delivered a season's worth of big plays)
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Oh, man, I miss New Orleans.||
Oh, man, I miss New Orleans.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Sweetgrass, American Pale||
Sweetgrass, American Pale Ale. Trying to download second season of Treme to relive New Orleans moments.
|1 year 20 weeks ago||Well done. Did anyone else||
Did anyone else head to Molly's on the Market? It's a Michigan bar. Bartender had on a Scorekeeper's shirt on game day, sign says "a BLUE house." On Decatur, near the French Market.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||From the UM||
From the UM website:
The typeface used in the U-M wordmark is “Book Antiqua.”
|1 year 22 weeks ago||So where did this||
Double-post. I'll use this to say that the Brian photobomb pictures on the front page are great, but the ones that left me in stiches are where the girls faces are swapped out for Brian's.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||So where did this||
So where did this "fergodsakes" meme come from? Memes move pretty fast around here, I can't keep up.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||JW Marriott, and I knew a few||
JW Marriott, and I knew a few other folks staying there as well.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Yes, but we also get some||
Yes, but we also get some small breaks, like playing Minne (home), Wisky (home) and Purdue once.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Wahooooo... Maybe true,||
Wahooooo... Maybe true, Lundari has UVA as a 7 as well.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Right, it's the "in terrorem"||
Right, it's the "in terrorem" impact that would be most helpful: make the bowls think the schools would be willing to jettison the bowls, and do their own playoff. The schools then could negotiate more favorable terms (like splitting the losses on unsold tickets, fewer mandatory hotel tie-ins, other modest changes). I'd rather travel to Pasadena, Tempe, New Orleans, or Miami, than to Stillwater, Baton Rouge, or even Ann Arbor, for that matter, to see Michigan in the post-season.
A play-off system in the context of bowls makes the most sense from a fan's perspective, but the way things are structured, schools lose out on millions in opportunity costs, even if they are technically in the black after BCS money from the conferences is factored in.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||JLB is no joking matter.||
JLB is no joking matter.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||So far, booked at Emeril's||
So far, booked at Emeril's and Restaurant August. From what I hear, the former is classic creole, and the latter is classic french.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||His unstated assumptions are||
His unstated assumptions are that (1) the playoff system will be independent of the bowls, and (2) the schools will share revenue with their conferences from the playoffs.
If this is true, the revenue from the television rights (as well as ticket revenues, etc.) will go directly to the schools, rather than to the bowls, which currently give the conferences only a "cut."
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Of all the things to make fun||
Of all the things to make fun of Sparty about, this is not even in the top twenty-five. Talk about a wasted opportunity.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Linky http://www.lshunter.t||
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Michigan the first school to||
Michigan the first school to have two Rimington winners.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||On a related note, I've been||
On a related note, I've been watching Treme (as part of my pre-Sugar Bowl New Orleans Fest ramp up), and my question is: does the Sugar Bowl have a parade and a second line? I've found reference to "impromptu" parades, and perhaps an impromptu second line. Check it out:
There is usually an imprompto parade the day before the Sugar Bowl with the Mardi Gras Indians and other traditional parade staples. The parade usually starts around at 11:30 a.m. at Pat O'Brien's and proceeds from the corner of St. Peter and Royal streets, then uptown on Royal St. to Iberville, lakebound on Iberville to Bourbon, downtown on Bourbon to Bienville, and then lakebound on Bienville to the front of Arnaud's Restaurant for its finish. Everybody is invited to join the fun and celebration with what has become a Sugar Bowl tradition - its annual Second Line Parade.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||I tried to edit, but the||
I tried to edit, but the whole thing has been deleted.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||I totally understand why||
I totally understand why people wear that shirt, but Charles Woodson, Bo Schembechler, Brady Hoke, Gary Moeller, Roy Roundtree, among may other Michigan coaches and players, past and present, are from Ohio, as are some of this year's best recruits. That shirt slogan needs an asterisk
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Jan. 2 bowl games on Bourbon||
Jan. 2 bowl games on Bourbon Street will be fun, too. Especially watching the Outback/Citrus/Rose in SEC territory, with all the other Michigan fans in town as well.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||I bit the bullet and bought a||
I bit the bullet and bought a one-way from Grand Rapids for $500 (being there for the holidays jacked me on Sugar Bowl fare, for sure; flight back to California is less than half as much). Might be cheaper to train to Chicago and fly out of there, if anyone is on the west side of the state. It looked like hotels are wide-open in terms of availability, but a decent place starts at $250 a night. None of that really matters, as this was an imperative for me: the best city of all the BCS bowls, hands-down. Looking forward to being in Nawlins' amost as much as the game itself.
Can't wait to paint Bourbon Street BLUE
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Yeah, during much of the||
Yeah, during much of the Cotton Bowl's heyday the Big Ten only sent one team to a bowl, and only to the Rose Bowl. There was maybe one year (1975) when Michigan could have played in it, but Michigan got picked for the Orange Bowl, and then Michigan went to three straight Rose Bowls after that. Seems like the Cotton Bowl pretty much had a three-team rotation or so (Penn State, Notre Dame, Nebraska) it picked to play the Southwest Conference champion. It would be interesting to find out how the big bowls selected back then, before there was a system for selection (I am pretty sure it was a free-for-all, and some teams, like ND and Penn St., got multiple bids).
|1 year 24 weeks ago||VT or not VT||
VT would be eligible, all right. From the Sugar Bowl's perspective, they want the biggest name, largest fan base they can get, and I don't see TCU/Boise St./Kansas State/Baylor bringing more to the table than VT.
I'd take that. Beemer always reminded me of Llloyd Carr, what with his low-key approach and defense-oriented teams.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||1974 Rose Bowl...||
No, but if I were a Sparty maybe I would see it differently. Sucks for them that the Big Ten changed its methodology the one year they had a better record than any other team in the conference, and even beat the next-best-team. This coming off a year that they went 11-1 and got passed over for not only the Rose Bowl, which went to a team they'd beaten, but also the Sugar Bowl, which chose a team who lost to Wisconsin, whom Sparty had beaten.
I think this is KARMA punishing them for having their athletic director vote for Ohio State to go to the 1974 Rose Bowl over Michigan.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Sugar Bowl||
Here's hoping for the Sugar Bowl. The Sugar Bowl is the only major bowl Michigan has not won. Rose (multiple), Fiesta (1986), and Orange (2000), but o-fer-Sugar. Plus I really want to hang out on Bourbon Street and drink and watch all the Jan. 2 bowl games...
|1 year 24 weeks ago||Right, wasn't this actually||
Right, wasn't this actually in their movie?
|1 year 24 weeks ago||OK, that's right, due to the||
OK, that's right, due to the horrorshow that is the Big East. Here are the rules:
3. The champion of Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference, the Sun Belt Conference, or the Western Athletic Conference will earn an automatic berth in a BCS bowl game if either:
A. Such team is ranked in the top 12 of the final BCS Standings, or,
|1 year 24 weeks ago||TCU needs to be No. 12 or||
TCU needs to be No. 12 or better in the final BCS standings to get an auto-bid. That's not a given.
We could very well play Kansas State, or even Okie State, depending on how today's games go.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||This sounds familiar...||
There weren't blogs back in the mid-1990s, but this belly-aching sounds exactly like the type of stuff Ohio fans would do, e.g., after the 1995 game (Michign was holding on every play), the 1996 game (Ohio defender got pushed/slipped on the Streets slant pass). After awhile, it just became a Coop thing--Ohio had a better team, but Coop found a way to lose. Ohio fans have never been able to accept defeat, so abiding is their sense of inferiority.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||That line will move to 7 or||
That line will move to 7 or 8, I think. It should make excellent bulletin-board material for Dantonio.
I am in favor for whatever helps Michigan the most, which is probably (in this order): (1) Sparty win, which helps our strength of schedule; (2) blow-out Wisky win, which likely sinks MSU below us in the polls.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||Who cares? It's a pipedream||
It's a pipedream to assume Urban Meyer will (1) come to OSU and (2) make it better.
And it really doesn't matter. Today is about taking back what's ours. Fuck anythnig that's going on at Ohio.