So it looks like a number of people have written game recaps already (including Brian), so I totally understand if the site has recap exhaustion and you skip this. Hell, I wanted to skip it as well. And what sucks is there isn't some hidden silver lining from this game we're all missing, not was it some ass-kicking that exposed Michigan as a fraud. It was just a football game that Michigan lost because Notre Dame played better.
While searching for good podcasts, I came across a good one that is hosted by a couple SEC fans. They did a good one on Shea at Michigan last week and this week they do a really interesting breakdown of the Michigan-Notre Dame game. Give it a look. 38 minutes well spent not working. One predicts Michigan win one predicts Notre Dame win.
Let's get to know our upcoming opponent the Notre Dame Fighting Irish!
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Such a great game! The season is sooooo close...
(Sorry, this Facebook link was the only one I could find)
This just popped up on my schedule. The only previoous one that I know of was the 2012 Cowboys Classic. My daughter went on her third day on campus and she said she along with most other students left by halftime. They had a viewing party in Crisler for the 2013 MSU game (a 29 to 6 loss) that I was at, where about the biggest cheer of the day was for a competed pass. Most other reactions being groans. Again there were few in the stands for the second half.
M-Dog posted this comment last night in the who will OSU get thread:
If Urban gets canned, every single Ohio State coach since World War II has been fired.
Not a single one has left on his own terms in over 70 years:
Video preview of UM v. ND opening game.
- Pretty vanilla, but both pick Michigan despite ND being a 2.5 pt favorite.
- Simmon's noted that at B1G media days Jim Harbaugh faced a ton of questions about the lack of beating ranked teams and rivals.
- They think that if UM loses, it could mean JH could feel his seat get warmer.
- Barton Simmons calls Michigan a "dark horse national title/CFP team."
Link below (sorry the embed code keeps giving a URL error)