also duty-free guys falling over and grabbing their shins
- Member for
- 3 years 14 weeks
- Fire tower on the AT
- Cliff top overlooks
- 2 - 3 waterfalls
- Abandoned Garnet mine
- Brock Mealer - every time.
- The end of Jordan Morgan's last game.
- Almost every Senior day when proud parents get to stand with their children at the end of their Michigan athletic careers.
- Stephen Loszewski - especially when they showed his father in the locker room.
- Every time they show the players and coaches having visits/impacts at Motts
- StephenRKass # 2. I hope to have those moments when my son is older.
|34 min 5 sec ago||Hiking||
|2 hours 11 min ago||Don't Forget||
|10 hours 14 min ago||Multiple||
|1 day 4 hours ago||MGoBlog be reasoning like Emeril be seasoning||
I think it would be nice for the tag line to be changed more frequently. It would be fun if the moderators could pick one of the best quotes each week from random posts on the blog. Heck, it could even be voted on by the mods, or the mgocommunity (like the best weekly GIFs during the season). The poster of the winning quote could be rightfully, or shamefully recognized.
|1 day 6 hours ago||Great Doppleganger||
Not sure which is more amazing. The fact that Gardner does look that much like John Amos, or the proof that John Amos ever looked that young.
|1 day 6 hours ago||Different Reaction?||
I think it could be interesting how different the public reaction might be if a guy slapped and spit on Mixon, instead of a woman.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Confucius says:||
Confucius says: "Crowded elevator smells different to a midget" ~ Redd Foxx
|3 years 14 weeks ago||Yzerman - Setting The Example||
Recall watching Yzerman steal the puck short handed, take it behind the other team's net, and procede to kill about 45 seconds of power play while 2 opponents beat the hell out of him, unable to get the puck away.
Most specific memory outside of the Game 7 DOT goal was watching Chris Pronger (can't stand that guy) line him up for a huge hit against the boards, and end up injuring himself on the play when Yzerman ducked - ending Pronger's playoffs for that year. David vs. Goliath baby.
|3 years 14 weeks ago||Brandon made the right choice||
I recall the search when Carr stepped down. Lots of big or "hot" names were contacted, then we settled for RR. I gave RR my support, and wanted him to succeed. While he was in limbo leading up to the bowl game, I really wanted him to have 4th year. This way we would not have to go through HC, and O & D system changes again. Just fire GR, pay the money for a great DC, and let RR handle the offense.......
UNLESS we could get Harbaugh.
I still can not fathom why Harbaugh would want any job other than UMHC. Once it came out that he was not "All in for Michigan", Hoke was the obvious choice for me. Lots of compelling arguments for him prior to the hire, but the best reason for the choice was his love for the University, the Football program, and the position itself. This is his Dream Job! He is not looking for a stepping stone, a current opportunity, or a bargaining chip for more money. Is there any other coach out there who loves UM more, or will put forth more effort for the football progame? Will Hoke want to go somewhere else if he becomes extremely successful at UM? NO & NO!
Yes, wins and losses will be the ultimate evaluator, but for this moment in time we have the HC who gives us the best chance for long term success. Give Hoke time, and I believe another long bowl streak will arise, the B10 Championships will be back, and UM football will be a National Powerhouse again.