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|1 year 11 weeks ago||Totally Awesome...||
Long time follower, but I've only made a few comments over the years. Grew up in Newport Beach and went to CdMHS, so this is a BIG DEAL for me having loved Michigan since I was a lilttle kid. GO BLUE!!
|1 year 32 weeks ago||Qualcomm||
I used to have season tickets to the Chargers. The parking situation is not that bad if you are planning on getting there early (say 10am) to Tailgate or at least enjoy the Tailgate acitivities around you, which are a blast either way. If you are planning of showing up for game time, you might want to Park & Ride using the trolley as suggested by others. The only problem being if the game goes down to the wire and everyone stays, the trolley will be a nightmare to get onto at 4:30-5pm.
There are no alcohol free sections. The owner of the tickets might be saying he does not want you to be drinking and getting rowdy and jeopardizing his Season Tickets (picture a Chargers vs. Raiders game). When I had season tickets, we were in more of a family section and there was less drinking out of courtesy, but not any drinking altogether.
Hope this helps and I am super jealous you are going!
|5 years 32 weeks ago||Conference Schedule Interesting...||
The beginning of Big 10 play will be very important with 5 games out of our first 7 at home and the two road games at Indiana and Iowa. Will no doubt be a very important stretch and could determine the outcome of our season.
|5 years 34 weeks ago||(No subject)||
|5 years 34 weeks ago||Oh, well when you put it that way...||
"Nice small riots, never any looting."
It's amazing the line this guy draws to justify what they have done in Ohio in the past. It's okay to light household furniture on fire, which can cause widespread damage, but as long as you don't break into your neighbors house, its all good. Simply unreal!
|5 years 34 weeks ago||Actually...||
Keenum red-shirted behind Kolb in 2006. He started 2007-2009 and got a medical red-shirt for 2010. Good for him since playing this year will allow him to break every significant NCAA passing record.