January 22nd, 2011 at 10:45 PM ^

I love the Gameday clip at the beginning.  This is priceless.

Oh and Craig James = Douchebag

The fact that Mark Jones is doing the play by play for this game is mind boggling.


January 22nd, 2011 at 10:53 PM ^

One of the greatest M running back games ever.  Best friend and I watched it from Scotty D's seats in the Blue Hair section.  His sister was totally banging him, Tiffany Reiff.  She is married to Brent Wall now, if anyone remembers he was a awesome PiHi player basketball player that went to Fairfield, and actually gave UCONN a good game when Richard Hamilton played for them.  Go Blue!


January 23rd, 2011 at 12:37 AM ^

Why is that not cool?  It's the truth....  Do you post real people's names of Michigan Football players?  Those are also real people's names too aren't they?  Please educate me on the difference?


January 23rd, 2011 at 12:56 AM ^

You did not respond to my question.  Are Michigan Football players real people?  Do you post with the real names of Michigan players here?  Can you explain to everyone here the difference between Michigan Football players names and real people names?  Can you please respond with a real answer instead of some childish remark? 


January 23rd, 2011 at 1:53 AM ^

I respect all of your post's Pahokee, you are a great Michigan fan.  But again you did not answer any of my questions.   Talking about Michigan Football players is not libel....  But talking about real working persons in the A2 community is?  The information that I posted is true, and if you honestly think I am full of b.s. than I CHALLENGE you to to go Old Fashion Services on Monday morning and ask Tiff if anything here I said is incorrect. 


January 23rd, 2011 at 2:17 AM ^

How may times can you post without answering my questions?  Why would my comments be deleted?  What have I posted that is not true?  I don't understand your line of questioning with Andy. Please explain to everyone here why my friendship with Andy has anything to do with the questions I am asking you?  Do you even read my posts?  Sorry dude but please grow some balls and answer my questions. 


January 23rd, 2011 at 2:36 AM ^

I can sleep now.  Thanks for answering all my questions with all your intelligent MGoBlog answers.  I now realize you actually don't know crap about A2 and do not have the mental aptitude to respond to anything.  Do you want me to explain what aptitude means,  I don't think that came up yet on your 8th grade test.  I hope you are actually just drunk or high because I honestly do like your posts about the football team.  Go Blue!! 

P.S.  -  Andy thinks your funny!


January 23rd, 2011 at 2:52 AM ^

Pahokee you are a great M Fan.  Let's meet for the ND game so I can prove my posts to you.  Sorry about the last comment.  I, like everyone else here is super pissed about the current state of M football and Basketball.   It is sad that 2 great M fans have sat here and dissed on eachother.  I honorably bow down to you, and wish to never speak of this again. 


January 23rd, 2011 at 1:10 AM ^

But not with a QB throwing three picks like Griese did.  Thanks to those INTs, we couldn't put them away, and the D had to come up big in the fourth quarter.


January 22nd, 2011 at 11:02 PM ^

I know it is old fashioned to say but that is Michigan football that I love and I believe can be successfully translated to today's college football landscape.


January 22nd, 2011 at 11:40 PM ^

Craig James: "Michigan Stadium is the least intimidating big stadium I've ever been in." 


But great memories of watching that game.  Thanksgiving weekend, ordered pizza and sat around the TV with the family watching Biakabutuka run wild. 

I know Northwestern was the big story in college football that year but it annoyed the crap out of me that the cameras kept showing their players reactions to every single big play we made. 


January 23rd, 2011 at 2:09 AM ^

Great Video, watching the whole thing.  Need to go to bed!!!  BTW, I love the announcers reference to the "World Wide Web" at around the 1:33:00 mark.  Not bad for 1995.


January 23rd, 2011 at 11:32 AM ^

This just made my Sunday better.  I was at this game, and everytime Tim touched the ball in the second half, everyone stood up expecting him to go the distance.  I'm not sure one player has ever stamped a game as thoroughly as he did that day.  Great Post!