Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
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|4 years 25 weeks ago||Charleston, SC||
I'll be in Charleston tomorrow during PSU and there's no way that map can be right. The bar listed there is the unofficial bar for WVU fans to watch games. Something tells me that's not Michigan friendly?
|4 years 33 weeks ago||Just a question||
When did we get a journalism department? I graduated in '07 too and I once met a group of seemingly solid people who stated they were forced to go to little brother because they actually had a journalism program, whereas as ours consisted of "go write for the Daily."
Sounded about right at the time because I didn't know of anyone who was in school for journalism, but I'd love to call BS on their story.
|4 years 42 weeks ago||hah||
"Q . But there seems to be the perception that Michigan State is taking over the state in recruiting
A . Last I checked, Mike Martin and Will Campbell were playing for Michigan."
Gotta love his spunk. And actually, that's the sort of response upon be prodded too much about one subject which Mr. Lloyd Carr would have used.
|4 years 45 weeks ago||Honestly, I REALLY like what||
Honestly, I REALLY like what detroit does in the opponent's end and in their defensive end. When they get their own sustained pressure, or have the opportunity to make a big defensive stop, it's textbook and fun to watch. But the way they are trapping the neutral zone right now is not good for hockey; it's really slowing the game down. It's not good defense either, it's a cheap system that makes you think you're watching the 98 Panthers.
I could see a sub-par team sneaking into the finals and then using the system to try and shut-down Crosby and Malkin. But this detroit, probably the best defensive team in the league. They don't need to do it. They are good enough to defend with the flow.
|4 years 45 weeks ago||You folks are awfully||
You folks are awfully sensitive for a group who's team is up 2-0. I just wanted to point out that as an outsider who is actively routing for the penguins to lose, I wish Detroit would not trap and do the neutral zone stuff that ruined the game. You guys definitely have the superior team and for the good of the league, you should let your talent shine. The Wings have done a very nice job of making their own luck (as I said), the real issue is what this style of play could do for the league as a whole again.
|4 years 45 weeks ago||Oh I know all about the rule||
Oh I know all about the rule changes. I played for 15 years so hockey was my favorite sport and the one I follow closest. They have called the new rules fairly consistently... until this series. It's been baffling and frustrating to watch. There's a reason Detroit was giving up powerplay goals like mad: they kept getting nailed for their neutral zone garbage. The refs have swallowed the whistle since the finals began, though, which only hurts the league.
I'm of the opinion that Detroit can trounce Pittsburgh if they play it straight up anyway, and I really wish they would. It would be more fun to watch as a pure hockey fan, but casual fans would also get to see the progression towards speed and aggressiveness the league had taken. It's honestly dangerous for the game for detroit to win this way. I hope they open it up and let their own talent shine from here on out.
|4 years 45 weeks ago||Flyers Fan||
As a die-hard Flyers fan who despises the Penguins second most in sports (to only Ohio State), I have to tell you folks you need to wake up: you're KIDDING yourself if you don't think Detroit hasn't received all the bounces. That said, I've always believed you make your own luck, and Detroit is certainly churning it out.
If I was a Pens fan, I'd be busy complaining about valid points like Detroit clutching and neutral zone trapping. That's what has made the first 2 games of the cup so awful/boring. We'd be better off if the league was able to showcase one of the awesome series this year (Pitt/Wash, CGY/Chi, Det/Ana, etc.) instead of this flashback to 1995.
|5 years 1 week ago||No, Breaston went to Woodland||
No, Breaston went to Woodland Hills. Penn Hills is a different high school.
|5 years 2 weeks ago||wow. it's an april fools||
wow. it's an april fools joke, it'll be gone tomorrow. enjoy it in the meantime.
|5 years 3 weeks ago||Animal Collective's new album||
Animal Collective's new album is probably the best so far 1/4 into this year.
Other than that, been listening to a lot of Boys Noize, Walkmen, Cut Copy, and The Hold Steady. I always seem to be listening to Built to Spill and Pavement as well, but I'm sorta obsessed with that period in music.
|5 years 5 weeks ago||Sorry Dex||
As someone who did his undergrad work at Michigan, I would be upset to see the Maize & Blue try to steal someone else's tradition.
I'm currently a graduate Alchemy student at Kennesaw State at Kennesaw Tech in Walhalla, North Dakota. Every year our big rivalry game against Prairie View A & M is held at 3am MST. There are bars specifically built into Dick Lebeau Field at Matt Miller Stadium that open up at 10pm on Friday night and allow fans to drink at the game for five hours before walking to their seats.
Let me tell you, there's nothing quite like the buzz you get from rootin' on our Fighting Halloweenies in their fuchsia & silver uniforms ("Fuchsia for the fall sky, silver for the twinkle in the eye!") in the middle of the god damn night.
If you're wondering why you might not have heard of this, it's because this game is the only KS@KT event televised each year. Obviously, it's on in the middle of the night EST, and you can only find it on the Oxygen channel. The founder of said womens' network bought the rights to the game because she (he?) was actually the first male midget to have a sex change performed at our branch campus, Kennesaw State at Kennesaw Tech Junior Community College at Grand Forks, which some of you might recognize as the school Dan Marino played his JuCo ball at before transferring to Pitt.
Please, let's keep the discussion to Michigan switching to Black uniforms and playing every game at 8PM.
Go Blue!/Go Fightin' Halloweenies!
|5 years 19 weeks ago||incorrect||
Incorrect. He'll be in the SEC in a talent rich state. Plus,if I went undefeated twice in a non-BCS conference without a whiff of Nat'l championship hopes, you can bet I'd hop to a BCS conference.
|5 years 26 weeks ago||hmm||
Based on Brian's assessment in UFR that Threet was pretty banged up, I was wondering the same thing. All indications were that Feagin was completely lost coming into the season. But if a Sheridan-led offense can't put up points on Toledo, does that mean we're better off running 95% of the time, and doing it with Feagin at QB? I mean, if the DB is 5-10 yards off the LOS, can he at least noodle-arm a screen or long hand-off every now and then?