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|4 years 28 weeks ago||Guide to Cleveland||
here's a nice video that highlights Cleveland (i dont know you and your wife, but I'm guessing 6th street isnt probably what you're looking for - refer to 16 sec mark for more detail):
and it continues (watch til end for a nice michigan reference - 49 sec video)
I would definitely stay around the stadium if your looking for a sports bar and good food. I'm a fan of panini's, the wink, and clevelander to watch games and drink. Harry Buffalo has some pretty good food (typical sports bar food...get the bison burger) and its right next to the Q. If you want something a little nicer, go to East 4th street (which is also right next to the stadiums)
|4 years 31 weeks ago||i agree that devin gardner is||
i agree that devin gardner is going to be a stud at michigan, but 6 months ago we were calling tate the Savior. If tate needs to work on his pocket presence, then i'm sure the coaches are working on it with him. The kid is only a year removed from high school. I disagree that his potential is much lower b/c of his training in high school. You can't really simulate the speed of the college game and being comfortable staying in the pocket while you're in high school. Spring ball is going to help him, but don't forget they still have fall practice for him to continue to get more comfortable.
|4 years 39 weeks ago||i'm with TIMMMAAY on this||
i'm with TIMMMAAY on this one. I didn't go to UofM but not b/c I didn't want to but b/c i lived in OH. Out of state tuition at michigan is insane and I chose to stay in state. i still had season tics for football and attended every home game I could with the additional away game (ex: minnesota in 2008 where nick sheridan actually looked competent as a college football qb...maybe a DIII college qb, but a college qb nonetheless). I would consider myself a huge UofM football fan and feel that I can call them my team even though I didn't go there.
Here's to hoping Michigan and Ohio work out some type of reciprocity deal, so us guys down south can get an opportunity to go to a real University.