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|2 weeks 6 days ago||Another possibility if you||
Another possibility if you are going early. Just park on Agnew or a close side street and walk to the stadium along the creek trail which will be closed on a game day but if you show a ticket, you will be allowed to access the short cut to the stadium.
|36 weeks 5 days ago||Got to be BASEketball. Worst||
Got to be BASEketball. Worst movie ever.
|40 weeks 6 days ago||And people that start threads||
And people that start threads to complain about jerks are worse.
|42 weeks 6 days ago||Madden was an absolute||
Madden was an absolute monster on the penalty kill and still holds NCAA records for short handed goals in a season (10) and career (23). Then he put in another 18 in the NHL.
|1 year 18 hours ago||I don't know. Pitching is a||
I don't know. Pitching is a specialty that 8 guys don't have to practice or do. Having the one guy that has to pitch, not hit, doesn't seem to be that big of a departure.
|1 year 19 hours ago||Lucrative kind of means thta||
Lucrative kind of means that people like it. So in your world "entertaining" is the equivalent of "pathetic"????
|1 year 19 hours ago||If you want to know which way||
If you want to know which way the wind is blowing in this decades long argument, just look at what high schools and colleges have chosen. If you look at that, the NL is standing alone more and more at the outlier.
|1 year 19 hours ago||Maybe a better analogy would||
Maybe a better analogy would be for baseball to require that everybody take a turn pitching.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||I'll go with 1970 where the||
I'll go with 1970 where the entire defense thought it was hilarious that New Orleans was trying a 63 yard field goal, until Tom Dempsey boots it through to the amazement of all at that time. It could only have been the Lions to lose in a way never dreamed of until then.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Root for an OSU win in the||
Root for an OSU win in the ugliest flukiest game possible.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||The Flint Generals played in||
The Flint Generals played in the IHL and are no more.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||If Brady's suspension stays||
If Brady's suspension stays at 4 games, I'll take the Jets. Their defense looks scary good.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||It's got to be women's hockey||
It's got to be women's hockey next. The sport has really started to take off and Michigan is well situated to compete for championships. Facilities seem to be the primary issue but any potential solution could also help the men's team so it seems like a win-win as the next big investment.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Wooooo! Wooooo!||
|3 years 5 weeks ago||They burn you on purpose so||
They burn you on purpose so that you can't taste them.
|3 years 5 weeks ago||Let me on the gravy train.||
Let me on the gravy train. :-)
|3 years 5 weeks ago||I disagree! Since you have||
I disagree! Since you have to pay for a negative vote, people can use them as they like.
|3 years 5 weeks ago||Woo Woo - give me some points||
Woo Woo - give me some points so I can give them back in the neg-bang thread.
|3 years 5 weeks ago||I'm very happy to have voting||
I'm very happy to have voting back but I still think that it is essential that negative voting is free so that every comment that isn't useful in some way, gets punished. This is what it will take to increase the quality of comments to the point that people want to read them again.
|3 years 6 weeks ago||I used to read all the||
I used to read all the comments and used to happily do my part to send the jerks to Bolivia and upvote things that made me smile or laugh or think. Once the voting system changed, things started to get a lot worse as posting a lot became more important than posting only quality. When that voting system went away, not much changed but things got ever worse to the point that I usually wasn't able to read past the first 5 comments on any new thread.
Hopefully, a new voting system will be in place again that will encourge thoughtfulness in every comment. Where people will understand that even a dumb post like, "I agree", will cause them to lose their precious points. Lacking such a system, I fear that the comments will remain what they have become and that is the unreadable drivel of people that like to hear themselves talk but nobody really wants to hear from.
My fingers are crossed that the one working voting system that I've ever seen will return. If not, I guess the comments will stay off-limits for me.
|3 years 10 weeks ago||One of my all-time favorite||
One of my all-time favorite players. His 23 short-handed goals is still an NCAA record.
|3 years 15 weeks ago||"Relative levels of infinite||
"Relative levels of infinite fear" - love it
|3 years 15 weeks ago||Personal Foul - 15 yards for||
Personal Foul - 15 yards for excessive snark!
|3 years 18 weeks ago||Jim Harbaugh is a good||
Jim Harbaugh is a good example of a Michigan quaterback that was a passer first but could definitely hurt you with his legs. I think he is a perfect example of what we should always be looking for in a quaterback under the current system.
|3 years 36 weeks ago||I still have nightmares about||
I still have nightmares about that movie. Worst ever.
|3 years 38 weeks ago||That's nothing. I grew up in||
That's nothing. I grew up in a small market town and the News / Weather / Sports anchors were always new. If after a year they could somehow manage to string two coherent sentences together, they would get hired by some slightly bigger market and the next newbie would be rolled out. It wasn't unusually for a debut to consist of completely freezing up like a deer in the headlights and not being able to speak a single word. You get 30 seconds of that and then you're talking about awkward. Get two frozen ones at once and you have a contest of which one is going to faint first with a cameraman bouncing back and forth clearly enjoying the situation and likely having a bet on which would wet themselves, swear, or pass out first. After a while you realize that it makes for a more entertaining show than the news anyway.
|4 years 2 weeks ago||I think that 3 years is||
I think that 3 years is enough. Phil Hubbard left early and made the list while Ricky Green who was as critial to the 1976 finals run did not since he was a JC transfer and only played two years at Michigan. The problem is that most great players in this day and age will stay only 1 or 2 years at the most. This means that Grant and Rose are really the only two candidates left with a likely shot at the honor. I'll predict that we have seen the last such banner raised.
|4 years 4 weeks ago||I agree. I see Burke going||
I agree. I see Burke going in the top 10 and maybe even top 5. Top point guards are hard to find and Burke is starting to look like a potential elite one. Hardaway, while a good player does not have the look of an NBA star so he will likely fall into the 2nd round even with the improvements we've seen in his game. Robinson is an unknown at this time and will likely stay another year to develop his game given his limited role so far. If he did declare after one year, somebody would roll the dice and grab him in the first round but if he thinks he has lottery potential then staying another year to showcase improved skills would likely net him the most $ which seems to be the goal these days.
|4 years 7 weeks ago||I thought the UFR tradition||
I thought the UFR tradition was to skip it for OSU and bowl game loses. I'm confused.
|4 years 9 weeks ago||This is the predictable||
This is the predictable result of the elimination of Neg-Banging and the establishment of the current teethless voting system. You want the clowns to go away, then bring back the A-Train to Bolivia.