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|5 weeks 6 days ago||Go Blue!||
Great year gentlemen. Thanks for everything.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||I am apparently late to||
I am apparently late to this thread, but I just want to say THHAANNKK YYOOUU.
Seriously, fuck these refs.
They missed/screwed up so many calls the whole game. In the first half, it seemed like it was directed at both teams, but in the end we got the shit end of it all.
Losing a good game is one thing, but losing a complete officiating debacle is another thing entirely. Unfortunately, we made our mistakes too.
|12 weeks 5 days ago||Test||
|12 weeks 5 days ago||am I working||
|12 weeks 5 days ago||2nd test||
|12 weeks 5 days ago||test||
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|14 weeks 19 hours ago||We should also get rid of||
We should also get rid of all fouls when there is less than 2 minutes remaining in the game. Teams just use them as an offensive tool in the hopes of winning games.
Any rule of the game becomes a tool that players/coaches use to their advantage. The nice thing about the charge is that it isn't that easy to pull off. It's a gamble.
|14 weeks 4 days ago||Dude, Women's Quidditch||
Dude, Women's Quidditch doesn't exist.
It's a COED sport.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||CONGRATULATIONS!||
Congrats to the coaching staff on another great recruiting class. And congrats to each of the recruits. We all look very forward to seeing you in your new colors.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||I want to hear it from the||
I want to hear it from the Wolverine's mouth.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||Cite? I don't see it on||
Cite? I don't see it on MGoBlue
|14 weeks 6 days ago||20 seconds - tied||
Take a fadeaway 3-pointer.
|14 weeks 6 days ago||Punch?||
|15 weeks 2 days ago||It's hard to be too mad about||
It's hard to be too mad about this. Indiana played out of their minds. I thought we played very well overall, but damn. Indiana was crazy tonight.
Tough schedule ahead. Go Blue!!!
|19 weeks 8 hours ago||Is Brent implying that||
Is Brent implying that Michigan did better than ND is doing?
|19 weeks 8 hours ago||How is it possible that AJ||
How is it possible that AJ McCarron is dating miss Alabama? Did his agent set that up? Or is she just living off AJs salary?
|19 weeks 8 hours ago||Musburger sounds like he is||
Musburger sounds like he is really pulling for ND. Either that, or he has received substantial campaign contributions from some instant replay lobbying group.
|19 weeks 8 hours ago||I think these refs are||
I think these refs are anti-Michigan. If they keep making calls like this, we are gonna have to listen to both these fan bases for the next decade.
|21 weeks 4 days ago||Think they had Tressel adorn||
Think they had Tressel adorn the floor with its buckeye stickers? Maybe this is where they carried him after his standing ovation.
|21 weeks 4 days ago||That's the same as a National||
That's the same as a National Championship, right?
|48 weeks 3 days ago||He was right down the street||
He was right down the street from my office....
...but I had a phone conference :(
stupid sun. Learn to shine on everybody all the time so I don't have to miss things like this in the future.
|51 weeks 3 days ago||I'll call that unloyal.||
In a few years you will highly regret not having these tickets. p No experience compares to M football games in the Big House. It has nothing to do with who we play.
|1 year 3 days ago||What an unpleasant way to||
What an unpleasant way to start my MGoMorning.
|1 year 4 days ago||That's pretty fantastic. I||
That's pretty fantastic. I wish I could be there. Hopefully the M section will do all the same chants that are done at football games.
I can definitely envision this becoming a huge thing. We could take our pep band and really turn the Tigers game into an M event.
|1 year 4 days ago||Putting aside football for a second....||
Going to law school these days is an extreme gamble. A law degree used to be a license to print money. Not so much anymore. With the downed economy the last several years, kids graduating college have moved on to graduate programs (such as law school) to "wait out" the recession. This has resulted in a surplus of lawyers, most of whom graduate with substantial debt, and most of whom can't get a job.
I graduated back in 2008, and I still have friends who either have moved to a different (low-paying) profession or who are working for peanuts in law. A few of us managed to get good high-paying jobs, but only because we had weird specialties (e.g., I have an Electrical Engineering degree).
To the average LSA graduate, I definitely don't recommend law school unless you have a pretty solid plan for getting employed or are freaking amazing and can be in the top 10 (not percent) of your class.
|1 year 5 days ago||1. Long 2. Woodley 3.||
|1 year 5 days ago||Long||
Jake Long is one of my absolute favorite Wolverines of all time. He definitely deserves a first-year induction to the HoF.
Does anybody have a good picture of his "M" arm bicep tattoo. I love that tattoo, but can never find a good picture.
|1 year 1 week ago||I'll take a shot at this||
The suit alleges that the right to an education is a "property right guaranteed under both the U.S. and State Constitutions." I have never seen any cases that apply the Constitution's right to property to something as ethereal as an education. I would hope that the attorney has some case to back this up, but hopefully he is stretching pretty far.
He also says that "the sheer lack of an orderly appeals process for students who were cut is also a violation of due process." In order to satisfy due process, an appeal is only required where a RIGHT is being taken from you. It does not apply when a PRIVILEGE is being taken away from you. In my opinion, the ability to play on a high-school sanctioned basketball team is a privilege, and not a right, and is therefore not entitled to an appeal. This can also be supported by the vast number of alternatives available to the student, including non-school-sanctioned basketball teams, public basketball games, chess club, track and field, etc., many of which do not require a tryout, accept all participants, and provide a substantially similar experience (competition, teamwork, etc.) as the basketball team.
My hope is that this case dies quickly. This is one of those cases with the potential to really screw everything up in schools, public leagues, etc. Please go away.
EDIT: I definitely agree that the preferential treatment was pretty messed up. Makes me wonder if there's a way for the judge to outlaw that type of activity, but not sure if s/he can. It probably depends on the way the complaint was drafted.
|1 year 1 week ago||OT: Look at this||
This is totally unrelated, and I apologize. But this probably deserves its own thread (considering its the offseason) and I can't yet post.
Anyways, apparently Notre Dame is getting some new shoes. I strongly suggest that they quickly be made into tennis courts:
|1 year 1 week ago||I would definitely upvote||
I would definitely upvote that if I could. Bravo.