“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
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- 3 years 8 weeks
- What are people doing before they're about to rock?
- Are they doing something salute worthy?
- Is the act of about-to-rock more salute-worthy than the act of rock that is going to follow?
- Why are we "saluting" those about to rock?
- When you honor a rock musician, do you salute them?
- Is this rock musician your WWII Veteran grandfather?
|17 weeks 4 days ago||I've never understood the Walmart Wolverine thing||
1. As a U of M Alum, I hate the term itself. It implies that U of M fans who didn't go to Michigan are poor rednecks who couldn't possibly become anything like they're U of M attending bretheren. I know plenty of U of M grads who flamed out, and plenty of people from smaller schools that are rocking their lives so hard.
2. WHY I WOULD DESPISE YOU FOR LOVING THIS THING THAT I LOVE. It's easy to love U of M if you went there, but if something draws you to U of M fandom without attending U of M, your fandom actually impresses me a little more.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||I'm looking at the registration rules online...||
... and I'm not seeing this. Do you have a source for the rule change?
EDIT: I see it. Man, that is confusingly written. So an alumni can sign up a bunch of non-alums, but for those non-alums to actually be able to attend they need to buy memberships? Yikes.
|31 weeks 3 days ago||It provided a little insight||
It provided a little insight into a Michigan recruiting battle. That was the point.
|33 weeks 4 days ago||Heeeeere he is||
The biggest douche in the uuuuuuuniverse. In all the gaaaaalaxy, there's no bigger douche than heeeeee.
|34 weeks 3 days ago||I'm mostly a lurker...||
But I really want to get in on this thread. I love all the writing and insight from Brian and everyone else on this blog. Ignore all the haters and trolls.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Surreal||
This looks like a still from a movie
|1 year 5 weeks ago||Don't be so sure...||
I'm not sure what people's' perception of a film program are, but the SAC major at U of M was pretty demanding if you wanted to do well academically. You had to learn a huge scope of film history, internatioinal cinemas, techniques, theory, etc., and use a ton of critical thinking skill. We also had to write a ton of three page papers... Papers where you've written 5-6 pages, and it seems impossible to make your argument more succinct. I also did screenwriting, which double my workload.
Anyway, not saying it's tough like engineering or something (cause it definitelty is not), but I could see it being tougher at times than the B school coursework (judging from my B school friends and working there as an undergrad). I imagine that at USC, which has a very respected film program, the requirements can be pretty tough.
EDIT: Man, totally forgot about the screenings. Those killed your week. I had upwards of 9 hours of screenings a week at times.
|1 year 9 weeks ago||I guess everything needs a /s||
"It's an illogical argument that tries to equate correlation with causation."
The fact that you preceived the Cass connection as an attempt at serious evidence. lololol. I'm sorry, but I don't think you're ready for this blog.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||I would like to see moar references you don't understand||
"my perception is that the front page content has become increasingly more difficult to read with numerous bizarre allusions."
I'm 25 and have been reading this blog since the beginning of undergrad. My perception is that little is stylistically different. Brian is still busting out constant, hilarious content.
Citing one headline you don't understand as evidence of "numerous bizarre illusions"
The style of this blog is EVERYTHING and you are not allowed to groundlessly attack it. Your decreased consumption is a good thing.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||The hexagrams pointed to one thing...||
|1 year 35 weeks ago||aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa||
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Might want to soften your tone a bit||
Everybody has addictions. Just because yours aren't as noticeable or detrimental as drugs and alcohol doesn't mean they're not there. To say you have "no sympathy" for millions of people suffering with addiction and that they're all stupid is unbelievably insensitive, judgmental, and does nobody any good.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||25% better||
If my math is right, he will throw ten thousand touchdowns.
|2 years 11 weeks ago||Thank you kind sir||
I can finally let go of these feelings :D
|2 years 11 weeks ago||I DON'T UNDERSTAND THE PURPOSE OF SAID SALUTE||
I think anybody that likes this song is taking crazy pills. Yes, Zoolander crazy pills. I can't think of a song that has a more cheesy, nonsensical chorus in all of music.
DISCLAIMER: I know none of the other words to this song. Maybe those other words explain the following questions.
It breaks down like this:
"For those about to rock" - nonsensical
Summary: WHY ARE WE SALUTING PEOPLE WHO ARE ABOUT TO ROCK BUT HAVEN'T ACTUALLY DONE ANYTHING YET?
"We salute you" - cheesy (also nonsensical)
Summary: Expressing honor for rock musicians by saluting them doesn't make any sense. That'd be like honoring Mother Theresa by punching her in the face.
I WANT ANSWERS BRAAAAAAAA
|2 years 15 weeks ago||more please||
Nothing gets me more excited for Michigan football than digital engagement cycles.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Yes!||
Totally forgot. My brain is at ease.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Wait...||
Does that mean he doesn't like our chances with Diamond?
|2 years 25 weeks ago||^ Yes||
More towards Ace. Either way, I can't believe so many people jumped on my use of "we". It was more calling out the perception that it's ok to declare his commitment when he directly said he has not commited.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Out of respect for the kid||
Shouldn't we withhold the 'hello' post for now?
|2 years 26 weeks ago||Where is Kozan anyway?||
His dinner's getting all cold and eaten...
|2 years 27 weeks ago||O_O|
|2 years 44 weeks ago||I don't have any direct||
I don't have any direct experience playing civ, but EU is really really in depth. If you like like civ i'd deifnitely check it out. Also, Hearts of Iron is a title from the same company that's a WWII strategy game. It's a lot of fun; it's actually what I played first.
|2 years 44 weeks ago||EU2 <3||
Yes; this is the only sports blog to ever mention Europa Universalis. It's also the first mass-audience anything to mention Europa Universalis. But dear god is that one of the best games ever created... if you're in to 2d graphics and running the government of a country over many centuries. I know that's not everybodies thing.
|2 years 47 weeks ago||One more thing to add is that||
One more thing to add is that Catholic Central (and Godin) blew up Dearborn For(d)son. Typically being Dearborn's best team, it either means CC is that good or Dearborn football is not so good. Probably a lot of both.
|2 years 47 weeks ago||Unexpected yet excellent||
Unexpected yet excellent news. It has to mean something (if only a little something).
|2 years 48 weeks ago||You're right; it was 2008!||
You're right; it was 2008! And if the space was so private, they would have just kicked me out. You can't honestly say that as an undergrad high off our only decent win of the year, hanging out on the field with a chance to check out the locker room, that you wouldn't do it. You'd stop and say, "NOPE! THAT'S PRIVATE!" and walk away.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Rushin the field is good times||
My favorite U of M football moment came at our darkest hour.
After our improbable comback against Wisconsin in 2007, chants of "rush the field!" were being shouted all over the student section. Me and a buddy of mine got the front right as the final seconds ticked off, and when the game was sealed, people started hoping over the rail. The guy in front of me wouldn't go, and after some proding on my part, he finally jumped. And was immediately nabbed by a security guard.
With the guard occupied, I jumped myself. "HEY YOU!" he shouted, and pointed at me. I ran towards the tunnel and hung out there for a second. After it was clear he lost track of me, I went to the corner of the field, where the team was celebrating near the student section. It was surreal.
When they were done, I followed them into the tunnel. But instead of leaving, I followed them into the locker room. I had a student shirt on and clearly looked like I didn't belong, but nobody questioned me. I watched RichRod talk to the team after the game. Michael Phelps showed up briefly, said "hi" to a few players, and was about to leave the locker when I shoved my hand towards him and said "Michael Phelps!". He robotically shook my hand.
My favorite part was when everybody got down on one knee for a prayer, something that was obviously routine to everyone in the room. Slowly and awkwardly, I got on one knee myself. I just looked so out of place, but nobody cared. Once RichRod was done talking, I conspiciously walked around with my flip phone out taking video of the locker room, took a gatorade out of the fridge, and hung for a bit. Then I left. And that's my story.
|2 years 48 weeks ago||Indirect is the way to know!||
I know Brady Hoke because I am a U of M alumni, which allows me to go to Camp Michigania every year, where this year David Brandon gave a talk during the faculty forum about Michigan athletics, a talk which I saw and participated in, and this being the SAME David Brandon that hired Brady Hoke, through indirect and highly suspect means, I know Brady Hoke. He said everything is going to be ok.
|2 years 49 weeks ago||I was so very, very confident||
I was so very, very confident this was an onion article. So very confident.