Mike Lantry, 1972
|2 years 37 weeks ago||I haaaaaate Kyle Singler :(||
I haaaaaate Kyle Singler :(
|3 years 1 week ago||Student section will be about||
Student section will be about 1/3 of its usual size :( Hoping the rest of Crisler steps it up in UN-old-Michigan-fan fashion
|3 years 11 weeks ago||hmmm||
and I don't even get espn
|3 years 11 weeks ago||Additionally||
the Sports Business Association on campus is a great club that organizes events such as guest speakers (Dan Gilbert, John Moores, Jim Irsay), career fairs (the Palace of Auburn Hills), and alumni networking events. If you decide to come here, definitely get involved with the SBA.
|3 years 11 weeks ago||I am currently a Junior in||
I am currently a Junior in the Sport Management program at Michigan. I agree wtih a lot of the comments posted above.... most SM majors believe/want the program in the B School. There may be more prestigious SM schools, such as UMass and Ohio, but if you're looking to stay in state, it's hard to go against the opportunity to work with the University of Michigan Athletic Department. On campus there are plenty of opportunities for field experience, and another benefit is that Detroit is just 45 min away. It's true that the field experience and networking are imperative in the search for a job.
It's pretty selective as far as admissions go...maybe not as selective as engineering or the B school persay, but it hold its own. Required courses include marketing, sales, public speaking, accouting, econ, finance, org behavior, etc...so yeah, pretty business-oriented. And to the person who said virtually all football players major in SM, I do not believe this is true. I know JB Fitz and David Molk do, probably a few others, but the application into the 2nd level of the program weeds most of them out.
|3 years 12 weeks ago||I mean if you watched the||
I mean if you watched the game tonight he does flutter around the court quite a bit, and he has those wide ears that look like butterfly wings...along with the cocoon metaphor, I think it makes sense
|3 years 12 weeks ago||Final exams man...don't worry||
Final exams man...don't worry I was there
|3 years 17 weeks ago||If there were ever a time to||
If there were ever a time to break from tradition, it would be now. I absolutely love the #1 and its correlation with great WR's, but Denard is clearly the biggest game-changer on the offense,, and he's wearing a non-descript #16..,,just sayin.
|3 years 19 weeks ago||Cam Gordon = Stevie Brown||
Cam Gordon = Stevie Brown
|3 years 21 weeks ago||Michigan 35, Michigan St 26||
Michigan 35, Michigan St 26
|3 years 27 weeks ago||A New Start||
I move back Sunday
Welcome Week will be awesome
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Absolutely love this pick||
Absolutely love this pick up. With the way they can get to the rack, it looks like Burke and Brundidge might be able to play at the 2 while Darius handles point with Hardaway at the wing and Smotz wing/forward, shaping up nicely. I guess this means no go for Stauskas and possibly Pangos.
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Valiant||
"Valiant" is just such a valiant plate in itself man...I'd go with that
|3 years 28 weeks ago||I mean||
isn't it more about the principle of the matter rather than the facts of one isolated case?
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Absolutely love his attitude||
Absolutely love his attitude and tone...we all know RR tells it like it is with the team and this was as optimistic and enthusiastic as I've seen him with the media
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Great update||
Denard showed better accuracy than Tate huh? What a difference a year makes
|3 years 28 weeks ago||No||
Most of the red shows up on the east and south sides of the stadium. Students are required to sit in sections 25-31, in the northwest corner.
|3 years 28 weeks ago||I mean||
if you look at it as intended to get you fired up to supports the 2010 Michigan Wolverines this year, then no, it's not a great choice for ESPN. But the song itself, without the ESPN/college football/pump-up context...I love it.
|3 years 29 weeks ago||I haven't been banged in||
I haven't been banged in awhile. And that's not a positive situation.
|3 years 29 weeks ago||I broke my collarbone in an||
I broke my collarbone in an early-season game my senior year of high school. It was only high school but believe me, football (sports in general) was the center of my world. Hell, I'm majoring in sport mangement. When I was told I was done for the season, for my life, I just cried. You're helpless; you can't do anything to change the fact that what you busted your ass for as long as you can remember is gone.
|3 years 29 weeks ago||Rec Sports||
most rec sports jobs are just about filled...though there is an IM referee meeting I believe September 8th at the IMSB for anyone interested in reffing. Check the rec sports website, I know there's info there.
|3 years 30 weeks ago||Very interesting. If||
Very interesting. If anyone's read Moneyball, the basic premise of the book is that Bily Beane crushes the age-old ideas of baseball scouting (based on a player's looks, potential, tools) because he was indeed scouted by those premises and failed as a baseball player. He instead purposefully distanced himself from any notions he may have conceived as a playerso that in his current position as GM he could make objective decisions. And he basically changed the game in doing so. I think this would be the best approach for any coach/manager who has played the game.
|3 years 30 weeks ago||It seems like the sky is||
It seems like the sky is falling because next year, we'll have JT Floyd, Cullen Christian, James Rogers, Courtney Avery, smaller Talbott, along with 2-3 freshmen at cornerback.
|3 years 30 weeks ago||Kris, if you go to Auburn,||
Kris, if you go to Auburn, you'll be at just another one of those SEC schools. If you come here, you'll be at Michigan. Michigan. The Leaders and the Best.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Still never step on it out of||
Still never step on it out of respect for the M
|3 years 31 weeks ago||As a Packers fan...||
this is the best news since my foreshadowing dream that Michigan wins 10 games this year, whether he actually retires or not. I love almost nothing more than to see the Vikings BEING HIS BITCH and allowing their entire fate to be determined by the day-to-day whims of one man, a player no less. I couldn't be prouder of the way the Packers' brass handled Favre two years ago and ran their organization like any should be run: by the bosses. I think this never-ending drama is what the Vikings had coming to them.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Glad to see Marvin Robinson||
Glad to see Marvin Robinson has a "natural gift" at safety. I was under the impression he was going to be tried at one of the Spur/Bandit spots though and Cameron Gordon the Deep Safety?
|3 years 31 weeks ago||If I woke up from a coma in||
If I woke up from a coma in December and saw that class, I'd know that we'd beaten UConn, ND, and MSU and probably have gotten 8 wins
|3 years 31 weeks ago||1A. Resign Maggs and||
1A. Resign Maggs and Inge
1B. Sign a Ted Lilly, Brandon Webb, Javier Vasquez, Aaron Harang, or Jake Westbrook.
2. Throw millions at Crawford
3. Hope Boesch, Rhymes, Sizemore, Worth continue to develop into MLB players
4. Re-sign Bonderman for cheap if necessary
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Columbus: Not Ann Arbor.||
Columbus: Not Ann Arbor.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||^ agreed, if she actually||
^ agreed, if she actually wants to know, she'll ask the questions, such as why you are proclaiming the next Space Emperor after a couple Michigan punts
|3 years 31 weeks ago||I'm sure Ricardo used the||
I'm sure Ricardo used the term "gellin'",because anyone who says "gelling" simply isn't gellin', and we know that this team is, in fact, gellin'.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||I own 2 Taylor Swift CD's and||
I own 2 Taylor Swift CD's and can sing many songs word-for-word. Game over.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Crawford or Drew||
I'd be stoked if we ended up with Crawford or Drew and didn't give up the farm. Dunn is a guy I've never liked, if just because no team seems to want him for more than 2 years. He is a guy though that we could put in front of Cabrera, so he sees more pitches in the zone and maybe doesn't strike out 20000 times (otherwise, him, Ajax and Inge in the same lineup would strikeout too much for me to want to watch). Ultimately I'd prefer Guillen at DH, so he'll only make 2 trips to the DL instead of 4, but that's pending one of our other current options at 2B improves a lot. Some tiny bit of me still thinks Worth or Sizemore or Rhymes can be a Pedroia- type guy near the top.
In the order of pitchers you mention, I'd take Webb, Lilly, then Vasquez- any of these guys, and I wouldn't be cheap about it. Bonderman, I would be cheaper on. Sorry Bondo.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Yeah, I have noticed this.||
Yeah, I have noticed this. Here's to hoping a few turn out similar to Verlander.
|3 years 31 weeks ago||I would hope he's a||
I would hope he's a tackle...I'm still hoping for Walsh, Hobbi and/or Bryant on the inside
|3 years 31 weeks ago||Kellen, I'm glad you noticed||
Kellen, I'm glad you noticed our helmets have wings.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Our receivers coach in high||
Our receivers coach in high school also coached a rocket team of ten/eleven year-olds. I don't know if they did no-huddle or whatnot, but they used the spread formation with 4-5 WR every play and they killed it. And they loved it. So, I think even at that age, if they win, then they're having fun.
But, I kind of do agree with Not a Blue Fan. The O-lineman could barely remember what the snapcount was; unless these kids are more advanced or more serious about the game, a no huddle would seem advanced for that age group.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||I got a misdemeanor once||
Should the university kick me out?
|3 years 32 weeks ago||sections, yes; rows, no||
If you get there early enough you can get whatever row you want, except bottom 5. When I was a freshman we stood row 20-40, section 25, pretty much every game. Just make sure the seats you are taking are from the sorority girls; you won't have to put up a fight, and you're justified in that you aren't stealing from someone who properly values the seats' worth
|3 years 32 weeks ago||is the East Coast region so||
is the East Coast region so important as to ruin the midwestern footprint? It's what makes the Big Ten the Big Ten.
|3 years 32 weeks ago||hopefully the "unwillingness||
hopefully the "unwillingness to quit" part holds true over the ups and downs of the season...I remember at times last season the defense definitely underperformed in the 2nd half of the year, even if its ceiling wasn't very high to begin with
|3 years 32 weeks ago||Did he touch a nerve? You||
Did he touch a nerve? You berate his insult, then insult him the same exact way. Back to square one.
|3 years 33 weeks ago||This post got me more pumped||
This post got me more pumped up for the season than anything else has so far. For that, +1
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Drew Dileo is simply the Mike||
Drew Dileo is simply the Mike Hart-version of slot receiver. How many guys that small are eager to lay the wood like that on every play? I'll take any recruit that plays like that
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Eminem gets the students||
Eminem gets the students fired up. The band has great traditional value, but the students above it can't hear it. Do you want the students to be loud and in the game or not?
Generalizing 20,000 people in the student section as poser-frat boys who don't care about the game is not a good idea, either. Most care vehemently.
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Welcome Jake Fishah!||
Welcome Jake Fishah!
|3 years 33 weeks ago||My list, no order||
- World Cup match
- Wrigley Field
- Madison Square Garden
- Red Wings/Tigers playoff game
- A Lakers game in LA
- Fenway Park
- The Big House and the Rose Bowl
- The Indy 500, Bristol night race
- NCAA Tourney
- Kentucky Derby
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Quarterbacks with that pocket||
Quarterbacks with that pocket awareness and accuracy are not easy to find...I'd think he's a quarterback to stay and I think we need to get on this guy fast
|3 years 33 weeks ago||And then Zoltan's ship comes||
And then Zoltan's ship comes from outer space when the opponent gets in the red zone, hovers eerily over their sideline, and then lasers off the endzone if a player happens to be running into it for a TD
|3 years 34 weeks ago||The moment||
the moment Lloyd Carr decided his football philosophy would be to try not to lose games instead of win them, given the top talent he had.
|3 years 34 weeks ago||Fiction. Ricardo Miller||
Fiction. Ricardo Miller leads all freshamn with 10 receptions.
ForF: The 2012 recruiting class ranks top 10
|3 years 34 weeks ago||wow||
RAWK MUZIK and night games in hell...what does that make Michigan Stadium in 2011?
|3 years 35 weeks ago||Ahhh okay, thanks||
Ahhh okay, thanks for the replies
|3 years 35 weeks ago||These days||
It's just, "there is absolutely nothing in this state other than the University of Michigan. How could anyone possibly stand to live in the midwest?"
The first couple of conversations with a girl I met from NYC on campus entailed of
A) how she dreaded the deadness of North Campus and Bursely and switched to South Quad before Welcome Week was done, and
B) a five-pagessay she wrote in English for which the main theme and most research was done on the proper term of the beverage that stupid midwesterners insist on calling "pop"
|3 years 35 weeks ago||Great breakdown||
I would have to contend with your sentiment that a team getting a string of first downs is not due to the team "getting hot." You state that previous first downs on a possession are irrelevant to the current set of downs (in other words, each set of downs is independent of other first downs on the current drive), but that your numbers suggest that as you get closer to the goalline, the probabiltiy of getting a first down increases. The better your field position is, the more likely you are to get a first down.
My response to this is simply that a team is more likely to achieve a first down when closer to the goalline because of the rhythm it has gained from previous first downs on the current drive. That is, your increased probablity of a first down is because most sets of downs that occur in that area of the field occur there because the team has most likely moved the ball there to begin with, and has established a rhythm.
I'm now questioning whether what I just said makes any sense. I also may have missed something in your entry explaining my point.
|3 years 35 weeks ago||After every game||
On Hoover there is a bbq tailgate/stand selling pork and ribs, for discount after the game. Gotta have that extra $3 in your walletso you can buy that glorious food, sit down on Elbel, and either let the food calm you down or use it to help you bask in the glory of victory
|3 years 36 weeks ago||I can't imagine||
making the decision between a $119M contract and a say $90 M contract. How do you even notice the difference? Once you get to a point where you have so much money, isn't there some threshold where more money no longer makes you happy and you just want to be content, love people and live life? The marginal utility of money just goes downhill.
At least, that's how it seems it would be to my regular civilian-eyes.
- if I were LeBron, I'd go to New York, since I would Lebron and LeBron is a showman. There are no brighter lights
- if I were Amare or Joe Johnson, I'd also go New York, given D'Antoni's style and the other star coming
- if I were DWade, I'd have a tough, tough choice between Miami and hometown Chicago
- if I were Bosh or Boozer, I'd try to join DWade or LeBron, wherever that would be
|3 years 36 weeks ago||Got a concussion my junior season||
I never thought anything of it in terms of my long-term health, but man I was messed up for the rest of the night. On the sidelines in the 4th quarter I forgot the game was still going on. It was like I was watching life happen through someone else's eyes. The scary thing is, before I realized what was happening, I went out on the hands team when the other team tried an onside kick.
Thinking back on that, it was ridiculously easy to get very seriously hurt, esp because in MS/HS, kids don't want to admit to being hurt, and a lot of guys loved to lead with their head. Scary stuff. If I have a son who plays I'm all for it, but if anything happens he'll be out in the blink of an eye
|3 years 36 weeks ago||I mean||
LeBron averaged 8.6 assists per game this season.
|3 years 36 weeks ago||LLP||
had a ton of potential. I remember his first game against Oakland: 18 points on 6 three's. I was frickin pumped. And he single-handedly bringing us back against Minnesota and essentially getting us into the NCAA tourney.
|3 years 36 weeks ago||For any male drunk college student...||
...on a cold, February Friday night, with a 15-minute walk ahead back to your place after an unsuccessful, empty-handed night...nothing on this planet consoles your ego like 2 slices of Backroom pizza
|3 years 36 weeks ago||starting team||
Goal- Rajon Rondo
Backs- Darrelle Revis, Ed Reed, Calvin Johnson, Charles Woodson
Mid- Chris Johnson, Steve Nash, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson
Forward- Lebron James, Steve Smith
Rondo combines instincts, hops, and huge hands in goal
Revis helps shut down any quick strikers or counter attacks. Ed Reed is the QB of the defense, helping everyone move together and keep on the same page. Calvin clears crosses and corners with the best of them. And Woodson is diverse enough to be able to shut down the best attacking mids and yet create offensively as an overlapping left back
Obviously, Chris Johnson and Iverson provide explosiveness to attack inside and out from the mid. Kobe is the captain of the team, a true leader. Nash creatively sets up Iverson and Johnson and chances are open all day.
Lebron has the body to shield defenders with his back to the goal and the vision to distribute to any of Johnson, Iverson, or Steve Smith cutting towards goal. And he can beat anyone on corners and crosses.
There you have it- the perfect US Soccer team, on paper.
|3 years 36 weeks ago||No, but||
I can see Jozy Altidore, Charlie Davie, Jay DeMerit, Oguchi Onyewu and maybe even Michael Bradley having a significant impact on the football field
|3 years 36 weeks ago||My dad never let me win,||
My dad never let me win, although he would use his left hand in ping-pong so I wouldn't lose 21-4....and when he pitched to me he wouldn't blow it past because it was for my practice... but he had to try as hard as he could in just about everything else when I wanted to play.
|3 years 37 weeks ago||It will be interesting||
It'll be interesting to see who starts in the backfield against Ghana. I'm gonna go Cherundolo, DeMerit, Bocanegra, Spector- Bradley hasn't been afraid to play everyone and DeMerit looked much better with Boca there today. Edu, Bradley and Feilhaber also played their best games today. Of course, it was Algeria...