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|31 weeks 5 days ago||Maybe, Brady. But then again,||
Maybe, Brady. But then again, maybe not?
|32 weeks 6 days ago||Moar MGo1-on-1s roared the commentariat!||
Moar MGo1-on-1s roared the commentariat!
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|39 weeks 5 days ago||I, for one, think that was||
I, for one, think that was completely, perfect comma usage, you know. It's just, like, your opinion, man.
|44 weeks 2 days ago||#NEVERPUNT||
|44 weeks 2 days ago||WELL OKAY would have been a||
WELL OKAY would have been a stronger candidate in the general election.
|44 weeks 2 days ago||. .||
|47 weeks 2 days ago||Pay them. Pay them now. Even||
Pay them. Pay them now.
|51 weeks 4 hours ago||Pretty sure Brian said the||
Pretty sure Brian said the same thing about Lloyd in 2007. Hung on too long to the detriment of the program. But as he has more than earned the deference, no way should he be pushed aside.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Nice game recap. Kudos.||
Nice game recap. Kudos.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||I knew if I procrastinated||
I knew if I procrastinated just a liiiitle longer there would be #content to enable my addiction this morning
|1 year 16 weeks ago||I hadn't thoguht about making||
I hadn't thoguht about making a diray. I don't suppose there's a proper way to request to move this to Diaries?
|1 year 16 weeks ago||The world of mascots is kind||
The world of mascots is kind of amazing, and definitely representative of the singular mentality of college sports.
I've found many exceedingly creepy costumes. Including several versions of Penn State's terrifying lion suit. At Washington University, it's a bear.
Michigan Agricultural (now MSU) and Baylor both used live bear mascots at one time. Baylor force fed theirs Dr Pepper becasue it was a sponsor.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||He would probably land on||
He would probably land on his feet in recruiting and would benefit from the upgrade from Arizona to Miami in fotball status and legacy. And the location couldn't hurt. I agree, he could do wonderful things for the school.
That would suddenly be a much more interesting conference too.
So, when at WVU and looking for a big name UofM with unique cultural expectations to escape to, he got turned around and went north instead of south. And that made all the difference.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||Rich Rodriguez to Miami is||
Rich Rodriguez to Miami is the most 'obvious thing that just dawned on me when you said it'.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||RE: Playcaling/Management||
There is supreme confidence in having that conversation. Harbaugh is simply confident he has the guys that are the smartest, work hardest, want it most, whatever actual fact is behind the cliches. We're better and we can do better. With all these great people around the obvious choice is to use their collective strengths, not limiting yourself to the traditional.
There is no fear in a team this confident in its ability. When football isn't hard work, it's more likely to be fun than terrifying.
Football looks like it's called by generals and executed by soldiers. But Jim Harbaugh and his team are at their job, playing a game. One their pretty amazing at.
Finding something you do really well is an accomplishment. When that thing is playing football, it's sublime.
|1 year 27 weeks ago||Award name suggestion: A||
Award name suggestion: A Lesser Athlete Would Have Fallen
|1 year 33 weeks ago||This.||
It took him 17 hours of meeting to decide whether to tell the truth or not and he still got it wrong.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||What about "the Rise, Fall,||
What about "the Rise, Fall, and Return of Michigan Football" made you think it's a dry treatment concerning the X's & O's of the 2014 team?
|1 year 33 weeks ago||LochNess Disaster.||
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Lemme Get This Straight||
They debated for 17 hours about whether it was a good idea to tell the truth?
|1 year 36 weeks ago||I feel that too. At the same||
I feel that too. At the same time, knowing won't change reality and will just make us more angry at other pawns just trying to make their own way in this dark, corrupt world.
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Orson/Spencer, there's your||
Orson/Spencer, there's your tattoo.
|1 year 46 weeks ago||FWIW||
Mr. Wagner is nothing like Dave Brandon and you'd be hard pressed to find any musical theater kid who had anything less than gushing praise.
That's not to say that this decision wasn't Brandon-esque, or that it isn't an apt comparison in this instance. Just know the persnickity was coming from a very different, more traditionalist less commercial "wow experience", kind of place. A place that gets oddly religious about musical theater. And capitalizing the names of plays.
They do killer renditions of "Happy Birthday To You" too, if one is ever so lucky.
Trivia: Wagner also taught Aaron Sorkin (also a musical theater kid) and there have been occasional 'easter eggs' like a character or mailbox with the name "Mr. Wagner".
|1 year 46 weeks ago||"Don't Care"||
But if we're in the business of placating those taking umbrage. How about 10 yards on the ensuing kickoff?
|1 year 47 weeks ago||Extremely talented people||
Extremely talented people have a way of doing that.
|1 year 47 weeks ago||WHA?.gif||
|1 year 47 weeks ago||We'll have subs and it'll be||
We'll have subs and it'll be crazy.
|1 year 48 weeks ago||Posting this had been on my||
Posting this had been on my to-do list for this slow news week. Favorite bit is the student who faked his own death then hid out in the attic of the curch at State & Huron.
Also, all the Charles Guiteau references, this must be incorporated into future M lore.
"I am a Stalwart of the Stalwarts and Harbaugh will be President!"
|1 year 48 weeks ago||I like the idea that we're||
I like the idea that we're forcing determined OSU fans to donate to a good cause out of futile spite.
|1 year 48 weeks ago||Since we're in the realm of||
Since we're in the realm of fantasy:
Yeah? Yea nay class? (Dammit, where's my Ralph Williams gif...)