Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
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|14 weeks 4 days ago||felt like when Gallon started||
felt like when Gallon started the game with an 80+ yard catch the crowd got really into it. Than there was the fight and it was utter bedlam for the next 3 quarters. I definitely think "consistently " is the perfect word because the crowd really was into it for the whole game. I thought it was way louder than UTL 2 but not as loud as the 4th quarter of UTL1. From the time I was in the stadium till the second OSU intercepted the 2 point conversion it may have been thebest atmosphere i've seen at the big house.
|14 weeks 4 days ago||Couldn't agree more with||
Couldn't agree more with this. Today's game was nothing like 2009, probably 20% OSU fans and they had no impact on the game. From start to finish, I thought this was one of the best crowds in the last 10 years.
|14 weeks 4 days ago||When I was walking into the||
When I was walking into the stadium, an OSU student was so drunk she attempted to swipe her OSU ID through the Ticket scanners. Mind you this wasn't the student entrance, and she had no clue where her ticket was/what a ticket is. After trying to plead her case that the ticket was in the ID, the guy scanning tickets motioned for a police officer to come over. The girl decided to make a break for it. This didn't go well. she couldn't figure out how the turnstyle worked and attempted to go under it. This was surprisingly successful until it came to getting back up. Not sure how the story ended, but I imagine she took a nice ride to U of M hospital.
|14 weeks 4 days ago||From start to finish, it was||
From start to finish, it was one of the best atmospheres I've seen at Michigan stadium. Crowd was so engaged from the beginning, and after the fight it was just wild. Also, there wasn't nearly as much red as 2009, probably 20-25% which isn't great, but I was expecting worse. Been to every Michigan-OSU home game since 2001, and I can't recall a time the crowd "brought it" the whole damn game. I wouldn't trade that experience for anything.( well except a win of course)
|14 weeks 5 days ago||start Horford||
I'd agree that McGary should start getting the majority of the minutes, but I think it's unnecessary to start him and risk picking up an early foul. . Even if Morgan is hurt, I think Beilein starts Horford (already did it in the 2nd half of the Ilinois game) In the end, McGary will play more minutes and finish the game as long as his foul situation allow him to.