that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
- Member for
- 6 years 18 weeks
|1 year 20 weeks ago||Thank you Ace||
With so many of us complaining about an obligation to go to The Game on Saturday, this was a breath of fresh air.
These are the reasons we love sports and the reasons why we should look forward to going to the game on Saturday.
Thanks again and go blue!
|3 years 29 weeks ago||My marriage is better because of it!||
Honestly, I think I was a little MGoAddicted. I used to read every single work on the front page. Now that I can't actually get to every word, I skim the stuff I don't find particularly interesting. With more content, I actually spend less time here, which is good, if that makes sense...
|3 years 29 weeks ago||Just what I needed!||
With the lack of:
The Michigan Football Guide
The Gameday Michigan Daily
A consistent data signal that doesn't drain my battery completely by the end of the first half
This is the perfect gameday companion!
Last week, we had a couple of questions about our own players in my section, and we had to wait until they got a flag or a tackle to figure out who they were.
About the Football Guide: Seriously, what happened? I miss the watercolors, the stains from the cheap ink, the full rosters, of course Punt/Counterpunt (Even my sparty wife enjoyed reading that part).
|3 years 31 weeks ago||MGoPodcast||
This is why I was so excited about the return of the podcast-I just can't listen to the sports talk anymore during drive time.
Yes, they are selling controversy, but since they have "open lines" one thing you have to realize is that the only people who make it to air are the kind of people who have a lot of time on their hands to wait on hold. Not exactly my kind of people...
|3 years 31 weeks ago||It's probably not his call||
Scott Boerma, the Marching Band Director, likely chose the show. He's the same guy that when an exciting moment approaches, fires up Michael Jackson's thriller, because, you know, it's thrilling...
|3 years 40 weeks ago||Vs. Indiana||
Vs. Indiana, no less. One of the greatest plays in Michigan football history.
And to think it was play-action on the last play of the game. Ah, Bo...
|3 years 41 weeks ago||He's on there||
|4 years 4 weeks ago||That's the thing about fandom||
I was 14 and lucky enough that my dad was an alum who had the means to take his son on a trip he'd never forget.
No matter that the banners have been taken down, no one can take away those memories: the excitement after the Kentucky game, the first walk down Bourbon Street and sitting in a courtyard jazz club for hours, how crushed we were after the loss.
I just finished watching the documentary and immediately texted my dad. A little bit to find out if I should save my copy, but more to catch up and maybe say thanks.
|4 years 13 weeks ago||Mike Golick reference?||
Is this another Brady Hoke lookalike thing?
|4 years 22 weeks ago||The ticket office called me||
and said that mine had been returned because my address had been changed, but not my MAILING address....
I think we have it squared away now.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||North Endzone||
In terms of "Gameday Experience," anywhere around the north end would be best. You're close to the student section and the band for that unique Michigan Stadium experience.
|4 years 35 weeks ago||No grills||
Actually, they don't allow grills. The reason I remember is they give you a slip of paper that says "No smoking or grille's please" which is always funny to me.
So yeah, park your car at "Fingerme" and we'll se you at Elbel!
|5 years 3 weeks ago||There's a reason they tape from the endzones||
I also sit in the north end zone (35) in row 94, pretty much right next to where they have the coaches video crews taping the game. You can see everything from high up and the end zone gives great perspective. As a former band member, who had "great seats" for four years, where you could only see things that happened north of the 50, I'm terrified of trying to upgrade to a higher PSD location and ending up paying more for lower seats between the goal line and 30.
|5 years 15 weeks ago||TT Screens vs. RR Screens||
It seems like these screens aren't any kind of read-just a set play. The QB doesn't drop back and read-he just chucks it and everyone goes to block the screen. it's just a totally different play (and boy does it work!).
|5 years 15 weeks ago||I just wish I could hear the Dynamic Rehabilitation ads||
All week-seriously. I would never go there for rehab now...