Butt-Taco game Sept.28th. Anyone going?

Submitted by no joke its hoke on June 18th, 2012 at 3:19 PM

I was thinking about checking out a few Michigan commits game that are some what close to me this season and saw that Jake Butt takes on Taco Charlton Sept 28th. I thought this will be my best chance to see 2 commits. Is anyone else going to this game? Anyone else going to any other commits games?  Let me know if anyone wants to tailgate before hand. Go Blue!

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manchild56

June 18th, 2012 at 7:44 PM ^

I will get to see Ben G, Deveon Smith, Dymonte Thomas,Mike McCray, Gareon Conley all are within 45 mintes of where I live in Ohio. Man gotta love and respect Stark County football out here. Ben Geoden and Gareon Conley play my high school this year both at home. Dymonte is 5 minutes from my high school, and Trotwood madison Mike McCary's team is a power house in D-2 and Uniontown Lake where I went has played them in the playoffs before. Jake Butt and Taco Charolton, and Jaron Dukes all play teams in my area also just have to find out if they are playing on the road or at home for those matchups. So yeah I plan on catching as many of the 8 recruits all here in Northeast Ohio which I have done in many years past. O ne of my favorites was Shawn Crable versus Prescott Burgess a few years back in the third round of the playoffs was like -3 degrees in the Rubber Bowl that night, combined with the fact that stadium is a wind tunnel was had to stay as long as I did.

bubblelevel

June 18th, 2012 at 3:37 PM ^

I know that Detroit CC (martin,godin,shallman) will play DeLasalle (morris) every season since they in the same league.  CC or DLS could play Cass Tech in post season.  What other potential '13 recruit/commit games are there where we have both sides covered?

LSAClassOf2000

June 18th, 2012 at 3:41 PM ^

For some reason, I read the title and was reminded of the old National Lampoon's and Headlines compilations where the names of the people getting married looked strange together, such as the "Good-Loser" wedding, or the "Drilling-Cousin" wedding, or the classic from National Lampoon's "Kuntz-Dick".

NomadicBlue

June 19th, 2012 at 9:27 AM ^

It's my hometown and Taco is playing for the ole alma mater - North didn't even exist while I lived there.  Anyway, my folks live about half a mile from the field, so I'm thinking it might be a perfect spot for an MGoBlog pregame shindig (post game too, maybe).  Having a Michigan themed tailgate for a HS game in the heart of Buckeye country might be the best idea of all time.  I don't know if we can contact each other directly on here, but if anyone figures that out, and is interested, feel free to shoot me a message of some sort.  Otherwise, I'll figure out some details and toss a post up when the time gets a little closer.  Cool?  Cool.