Give Money To Someone Else

Submitted by Brian on May 14th, 2008 at 5:30 PM

I meant to link this earlier, but forgot. Other Michigan blogs have picked up the slack; let this be Kevin Newsome on the anchor leg.

Orson:

Tornadoes just ripped up Oklahoma and Georgia, half of the Irrawaddy river delta's underwater, and Sichuan province just got rocked by a 7.9 earthquake. Pony up and make some primo deposits in the karma bank today.

If you learn anything from the totals, it's this: don't mess with Michigan in a fundraising war.

Team Donation Standings:

1. Michigan - $2,985.00
2. Ohio State - $2,305.00
3. Florida - $1,570.00
4. Texas - $480.00
5. Auburn - $355.00
6. Florida State - $350.00
7t. Case Western Reserve - $300.00
7t. Virginia - $300.00
8. Alabama - $230.00
9t. South Carolina - $200.00
9t. Georgia Tech - $200.00
9t. SMU - $200.00
10. Oklahoma - $185.00

Lurking: Tennessee, Nebraska, Va Tech, LSU, Notre Dame

At the moment it looks like this blog will be sporting Maize and Blue on Thursday, but that's not a done deal. Because you are ready to donate and support your school of course, here are the particulars:

1) Make a donation online to the American Red Cross, CARE, or the International Rescue Committee.

2) Email the donation confirmation to [email protected] and state your team affiliation by 8pm EDT on Wednesday, May 14th. BE SURE TO STATE WHETHER YOUR DONATION GOES FOR YOUR TEAM OR AGAINST ANOTHER. Either way it counts, but we want you to have some fun with it, too.

3) Results will be displayed at Every Day Should Be Saturday and Fanblogs throughout the week, with the final results shown by Thursday, May 15th.

4) The winning school will have its colors displayed at EDSBS and logo/mascot shown on every page at Fanblogs.

Mondo important reminder: ALL DONATIONS MUST BE IN TO FANBLOGS BY 8PM EDT (5PM PDT) TONIGHT.

Donate early, donate often, and remember to specify your team donation. We're at around $11K right now and expected to get a few thousand; getting to $20K would be beyond all but the wildest expectations.

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