- Member for
- 8 years 12 weeks
|3 weeks 9 hours ago||Awwsome||
|3 weeks 5 days ago||Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh||
|1 year 13 weeks ago||Anybody want a peanut?||
Anybody want a peanut?
|1 year 38 weeks ago||I'm watching the 2008 Capital||
I'm watching the 2008 Capital One Bowl on New Year's Day so that I can transition directly from the Carr Era to the Harbaugh Era. I encourage others to do the same and hope Harbaugh has as much fun whipping Urban Meyer as Lloyd did.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||+1||
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Spike T-Shirt||
Now can you guys put a Spike T-Shirt on the MGoStore so I can buy it?
The best design I can come up with is "SPIKE!!!" because that's what I end up yelling at least 3 times a game, but I'm sure the hive mind here can think of some other good ideas.
|7 years 43 weeks ago||most painful loss of the season||
So Jimmy asked me what I thought was the most painful loss of the season, and I wasn't sure how to respond. My first thought was Purdue--I knew we should have won that game, and losing it was terrible. Thinking about it more, I decided it was Illinois--I really thought we had a chance to win that game--damn you Wisconsin for getting my hopes up--and of course it was an absolute disaster. Thinking about it more, I decided it was Toledo--I was at that game, and Jesus!, it was fucking Toledo. Thinking about it now, I'm sure it's OSU--losing to OSU always has to be the most painful loss.
I guess what I'm trying to say is this: I'm stupid. I can't intellectulize the team and I haven't been able to let go. I should have recognized early on that this team was done, that there was no point caring, but I kept talking myself into this team. Because of that, each subsequent loss was the Worst Loss Of The Season. As much as I tried to intellectualize the season and figure out which loss was most painful, I realized it just wasn't possible.
So congratulations on moving on, it sounds like you're happier for it. Me, I'm not there yet, and I'm not sure I want to be. Michigan is still Michigan to me, even though intellectually for the reasons you outlined above I know it's not. Denial isn't all bad, though, especially when it means I can spend the next 9 months talking myself into Michigan winning a bowl game next year.