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|6 days 3 hours ago||tl;dr||
|6 days 3 hours ago||My favorites:||
1. Here I sit all broken hearted,
Came to sh** but only farted.
2. Look up!
(on ceiling) Why look here the joke's in your hand?
|6 days 3 hours ago||Nooner Game||
I thought this was about Basketball.
|6 days 3 hours ago||Defections??||
I'm just a CaveMan.
|6 days 3 hours ago||Good Humor||
|5 weeks 2 days ago||Love me some Crawford||
Always one of my favorite players. So much to overcome but still grounded after all these years. Watching him on the court was pretty amazing. At times he'd be launching shots just passed midcourt knowing they were going in. It wasn't just someone jacking up shots and hoping they'd go in, it was a player that knew he could make the shot whenever he wanted to.
As for the whole selfish-thing, I guess I can understand people saying that. But watching him in college you realized that Jamal would make these incredible passes that the majority of his teammates at Michigan either couldn't handle or weren't ready for. So after a while you could kinda' sense Jamal maybe thinking, "why pass when I can score".
Glad to see he has become such a great person and "giver" to both his community and those less fortunate.
|14 weeks 5 days ago||Good Start||
Great to take the fam to the game and enjoy a nice win at the Big House.
Best / scariest moment - during warmups when Michigan was punting from North End Zone and Norfleet ran into a CMU coach at the opposition's 40 yard line. Norfleet and the CMU coach both got laid out (coach had three to assist him up). But Norfleet came up a little gimpy. Coaches and Hoke all came over and talked to him and he was fine by game time. But Hoke immediately turned the drill around so we were punting into the North end zone.
Loved the excitement and the energy and the students and the packed House. One thing that was a challenge for me was how LOUD the piped in music was during warm-ups. My ears are literally still ringing. I've been to a crap-ton of concerts and this was about the same. Oh well, if that's the worst thing of the day, then it was a pretty kick-ass day!! Go Blue!
|30 weeks 4 hours ago||Housing||
A little different perspective from those above. Depending on where your fiance's Master's program is, I'd opted for the West Side - specifically, Knob Hill Apartments and apartments/duplexes on 3rd Street south of Liberty Street. Points above are well taken re: pricing, but as a former grad student, my wife and I loved living in this area. It was away from students, it was within a beautiful neighborhood setting, it was ideal for nice walks at night, it is a ten minute walk to downtown Main Street, it is a 12-ish minute walk to the Business School (five min bike ride), it is a five minute walk to the Stadium and the pricing for a one bedroom apt is reasonable.
I own rental houses by the Business School and will echo the sentiment to stay away from places within a five minute walk to campus. South of Main Street and East of Washtenaw are the most popular and most pricey. There is a ton of Undergrads which translates into a lot of noise and partying at very random times. If you can find a well priced place north of Rackham Auditorium, it's worth a look. Very dense student population, but at least half are grad students and medical students.
Good luck and Go Blue!!
|30 weeks 3 days ago||Perfection||
As a retail owner, Thank You for posting this video. It is amazing in so many ways!
|40 weeks 22 hours ago||Oh contraire, mon frere||
No telephones for us. As an 86 grad, CRISP (computer registration including student participation) required, initially, standing in line outside of Lorch Hall(?) to register on a given day. It quickly evolved, for me, to a time slot where you still stood in line well beyond your appointed time to sit down with someone at a computer to get your classes. I was in the Engin school so it may have been different for us.
|40 weeks 4 days ago||Great Lakes||
Christmas Ale. Still have two six-packs left but after tonight it'll be one. Go Blue!!
|40 weeks 5 days ago||Hopeful||
Wonder what those stats are for past seven games, comparatively? Hoping for smart play by the team and a much-needed win. Go Blue!
|41 weeks 3 hours ago||Honest question...||
Did you watch all/most of those games? Each game Matt's play deteriorated while Nik's improved. Watching from the stands, you got the sense the Matt was feeling the pressure of having to do more on the floor to keep his starting position. All of us in my row wanted Matt to succeed but by the seventh game it was obvious that he was struggling and possibly looking over his shoulder to be yanked in lieu of Nik.
|41 weeks 3 hours ago||Smile||
Thanks for the good humor! I needed a break from baking and you made me laugh out loud.
|41 weeks 2 days ago||Mojo||
I think GRIII and Stauskas will have it. 82-73 good guys!
|42 weeks 2 days ago||Agreed||
UNC & UVa would be nice additions to get us to 16.
Any chance would push the envelope to 18 teams? Wouldn't mind adding NC State and Duke to the mix of the B1G.
|45 weeks 4 days ago||Two other words||
|45 weeks 4 days ago||Toughie||
I'd like JB to get the Program Of The Year Award. As stated, COY seems to be taking something irrelevant and making it relevant in one season. JB has taken Michigan from despair to ecstasy during his tenure.
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Double post||
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Well played||
Well played Lf to a personal attack by someone who does not know you, your wife, your families or your history.
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Luck be a lady||
Regardless of who stays or goes I think we will have an equal shot both this year and next. Talent obviously wins games but there is so much more to winning a Championship. The most important part of the team that is staying (hopefully) intact is the coaching.
Recruiting the right kids, putting them in positions to succeed, practicing accountability, having team chemistry, etc. - these are the elements that all of our coaches have done and will continue to do a good job on. The mutual respect the players and coaches have will pay dividends and if lucky will lead to another banner.
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Much needed in SH||
Nicely done. Hopefully you have an awesome location already picked out. We goto SH every year and it looks like the North side has become void of restaurants and good B&B's. Keep us all posted with the name and the stories. We "stepped out" of corporate 11 years ago to open a bakery and love it.
|45 weeks 6 days ago||Sacred Cow||
Lovin me some Ypsi Corner brewery beer.
Yes I know it's Ann Arbor brewery beer but it taste different = better at the brewery in Ypsi.
|50 weeks 6 hours ago||Caris Time||
Michigan 87 - CMU 56
I'm looking for Caris to play about 25 minutes and to have a mini breakout game.
|50 weeks 6 hours ago||TP||
Wasn't TacoPants the last 6* to announce on international TV he'd attend Michigan?
|50 weeks 3 days ago||Merry Ho-Ho||
May today bring joy and peace to all! Merry Christmas and Big Thanks to all who are serving and protecting this great country!
|1 year 1 week ago||Lions||
Neg-bang away but I've always been a fan of Gary since he was the QB for Detroit. Talk about a thankless job.
|1 year 1 week ago||Pelinka||
Not a fan of Pelinka the player. But as a lawyer and player rep, he is one of the better ones.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Agree, but..||
I can't quite compare MSU's team to an Amaker team simply because Izzo is a MUCH better coach than Amaker. I so wanted to believe that Amaker could coach a Big 10 team when he arrived in Ann Arbor, but soon learned that he was a good recruiter who was still a very young coach that wasn't quite ready for prime-time.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Snoopblue...||
"Is this what we do" - yes, for now.
"Harris didn't play" - he played quite a bit and had a decent game.