Guess the Score, Win Stuff: AIEEEEOOHWAAH Comment Count

Seth November 14th, 2012 at 9:52 AM

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It's Mott Week on MGO. Or MGoMottWeek. Or Buy Stuff so we can donate to Mott week. Still working on the title.

There are no bowl games in Ann Arbor. Neither are there any home games in the Big Ten Championship or National Championship playoffs. That means this Saturday is the last time you get to see the Denards and the Kovacses and the Omamehs and Roundtrees and Vincent Smith play at Michigan Stadium. They grow up so fast. It seems like just yesterday they were committing to the early spreadrod classes, or committing to Carr.

How this works again:

  1. Wednesdays I put up a winnable prize that consists of a desirable good.
  2. You guess the final scores of this weekend's designated game (football or hoops, depending on the season), and put it in the comments. First person to post a particular score has it.
  3. If you got it right, we contact you. If not, go to (5)
  4. The desirable good arrives at the address you give us.
  5. Non-winners can acquire the same desirable good by trading currency for it. BONUS THIS WEEK: We donate to Mott if you do so!

About Last Week:

Greg Mattison appreciates the fact that nobody imagined Northwestern would score 31 points against his unit. Course it did none o' ya any good.

This Week's Game:

The Iowa Huckguys arrive this Saturday in Ann Arbor to challenge the Michigan Wolverines to a battle of execution in honor of the God of I-formations.

And on the Line…

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Few are left from the hybrid class, but a good chunk of the seniors this senior day were the last to have committed to Carr (Moore, Mealer, Demens, Floyd kinda, Campbell the first time) while others were among the first couple of classes under Rodriguez (Denard, Vincent Smith, Roundtree, Omameh, Barnum, Roh, Hawthorne, Kovacs, Kiwatkowski). I think 'tis fair to say that none of them got what they thought they were signing up for, with the notable exception of the thing Lloyd always said is the thing they were signing up for: a degree from the University of Michigan.

In his honor, and that of class longest-serving starter Patrick Omameh who's also known for his works there, MGoBlog will be donating part of the proceeds from any MGoShirt purchased this week to C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. You can join us by purchasing something from the store, or by giving directly.

Winner gets the Lloyd shirt, and the Space, Bitches! shirt carryover from last week. Stay classy!

BONUS: Guess Thursday's Three Stars

Billy the Movie (Actually "Perseverance: the Story of Dr. Billy Taylor") opens this Friday night at the Michigan Theater, and since one of the winners can't go I get to give his tickets away again. So…if you're gonna be in town on Friday and you wanna go, then guess the THREE STARS (in any order) of tomorrow's hockey game vs. No. 7 Notre Dame (yes, including the Irish ones, as if). If nobody gets all three, we'll start with who got 1 and 2, then 1 and 3, then 2 and 3, then just 1, etc. Don't everybody say Trouba.

If you can read this you don't need glasses:

One entry per user. First user to choose a set of scores wins, determined by the timestamp of your entry (for my ease I prefer if you don't post it as a reply to another person's score--if you do it won't help or hurt you). If nobody gets the score, this week's prize carries over to the following week's. Deadline for entries is 24 hours before the start of the game (since I won't have time to pull them on gamedays). MGoEmployees and Moderators--anyone else with moderator privileges--are exempt from winning because you could change your timestamp. If you choose the score that Brian published in the official preview and it actually ends up the final score, well, that would be pretty amazing because Brian picks scores like 29-11 all the time. We did not invent the algorithm. The algorithm consistently finds Jesus. The algorithm killed Jeeves. The algorithm is banned in China. The algorithm is from Jersey. The algorithm constantly finds Jesus.This is not the algorithm. This is close.

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