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|21 weeks 2 days ago||oops...I meant guy in the #9||
oops...I meant guy in the #9 jersey was the former UM QB. #32 is good at EA NCAA football.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||Yep. He killed it too. Good||
Yep. He killed it too. Good dude to work with.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||Yep...I'm the guy in the #4||
Yep...I'm the guy in the #4 jersey. Matt Letscher and I were theatre majors at UM back in '88-'92. Matt's brother Brian, the big guy wearing #32 was a walk-on/then earned schollie as a QB. He earned 3 letters under Moeller..'91-'94.
One of our producers was also a UM grad. We shot most of the show out here in LA, but the scene at the tourney is at the Gus Macker in Mt. Pleasant a couple of months ago.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||One and Done||
Hey Brian...I'm one of the guys in the show. I also co-created it with Matt Letscher; who's also in it.
Just wanted to say thanks for the bump. We're big fans of your writing and MGoBlog. It means a lot to us that you gave us a valuable slice of real estate here. Really appreciate it, man.
Best and Go Blue!
Also, if we get a season 2, you'll have to be a part of it.
|4 years 14 weeks ago||Frita||
I live in LA and was back visiting family in A2 a few weeks back. My sister took us to Frita Batidos and we went back again...3 more times in the week we were there. It's awesome.
|4 years 23 weeks ago||Yost||
I worked and drove the Zamboni at Yost from '88-'92 (under then rink boss, Mark Renfrew..Big Al's son) and it's amazing to see how much that building has changed inside. I spent three summers re-painting the seats and seat numbers with former players like Don Stone, Jimmy Balantine and David Oliver. The years when the program really turned the corner. My freshman year, they only sold out Lake St and MSU. By '92, they were becoming elite. Great days.