Yakety Sax Muppets

Submitted by Brian on November 13th, 2010 at 3:08 PM

Okay, probably undeserving of muppets. But this probably popped into existence five seconds after the tenth turnover of the game and must be deployed:

Hurray for monsoons!

Comments

MGoShoe

November 13th, 2010 at 3:13 PM ^

...and I'll take it. Guaranteed winning season, FTW.

[Edit: I just realized I have three forms of win in this comment. I guess that means I think we should emphasize the win.]

Yostal

November 13th, 2010 at 3:19 PM ^

I know we're Michigan, we should be better than this, but really, does it bother anyone, especially now knowing that we have now played "poorly" two weeks in a row and won?

Also, love Yakety Sax Muppets!

bdneely4

November 13th, 2010 at 3:23 PM ^

but I never thought we would win a game this year primarily due to the play of our defense.  Today was that day.  We finally are going to have a winnign season, but my goodness how many times are we going to not going to correct our mistakes on turnovers.

GO BLUE!

Simon

November 13th, 2010 at 3:34 PM ^

Playing a QB that can't throw the ball more than 3 yards... Thanks Purdue. 7 wins and anything coming in the next two weeks would be a huge bonus

Plegerize

November 13th, 2010 at 3:39 PM ^

This was an ugly win no doubt, but coming off such an emotional victory last week it makes sense as to why they played as poorly. It's unacceptable, but understandable.

These next two weeks we will be underdogs and I think that's exactly where we need to be. We need to play with a chip on our shoulders again. I'm looking forward to seeing how these two weeks turn out. I'm looking for some surprises.

Bodogblog

November 13th, 2010 at 3:42 PM ^

Does this not ensure RR is back? Yes it does. We'll be much better next year. Recruits can settle in. Winning season. Paralyzing pressure is off the last 2 games. None of that certain if we lost

Princetonwolverine

November 13th, 2010 at 4:10 PM ^

Just got back from the game. I apologize if this has been addressed elsewhere but it seemed to me that Roy Roundtree was open the entire 1st half and never thrown to again. Even though the weather sucked the interceptions were thrown directly to Purdue defenders with no M guys anywhere nearby. Yes, the D looked good but the Purdue fans around me remarked that it was because their offense is horrible. Their fans were very nice. Michigan had a  good representation there.

Sparkle Motion

November 13th, 2010 at 4:11 PM ^

It serves me right for referring to the IU game as "water torture" because this game was literal water torture.  It was cold, it was wet, it was windy.  It must have been miserable to play in. 

I am looking forward to the Defensive UFR because on numerous occasions I yelled "great play Obi!" which are words not normally strung together in sequence.  There was one three and out early when he was key on all three plays.  I'm sure he missed some stuff, when you are at the game you tend to focus on what guys are doing vs. not doing. 

My favorite quote from the crowd came after Roundtrees 4th or 5th catch, a guy a couple rows back said "hey, that's that asshole who committed to us!" 

 

BlueGoM

November 13th, 2010 at 8:59 PM ^

My favorite quote from the crowd came after Roundtrees 4th or 5th catch, a guy a couple rows back said "hey, that's that asshole who committed to us!"

LOL

I have a bad cold and nearly died from the laughing/coughing fit I just had.

I wish I could have been there to hear that myself.

jmblue

November 14th, 2010 at 1:07 AM ^

It was cold, it was wet, it was windy.  It must have been miserable to play in. 

Only for the offensive guys.  Some postgame quotes:

Jordan Kovacs: "As a defense, we love to play in these kinds of conditions. I don't know if the offense loves it, but we sure do."

Kenny Demens: "Oh my God, I love it. We all love it. It's fun to get out there and get dirty, to play hard and come downhill. It's really fun."

http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-footbl/recaps/111310aah.html