Did Crisler really reach 110 decibels tonight?

Submitted by Human Torpedo on November 29th, 2018 at 2:00 AM

Sounds legit



Wolverine Devotee

November 29th, 2018 at 2:59 AM ^

I was there and I've never heard it that loud in person before. It was incredible.

And yes the scoreboard did go out for a few minutes. 

What a great fucking game. 

Unannounced, the hype video before tipoff highlighting the history of Michigan Basketball is narrated by Jalen Rose. Moe, Juwan Howard, THJ and Jalen narrated parts of it tonight. Was a cool surprise.



November 29th, 2018 at 7:22 AM ^

I can't complain too much, as I attended school when Yost was probably it's best (98-03), but I have to admit I'm jealous of the basketball atmosphere.  5 years of Ellerbe coaching left a lot to be desired, and students were all in the second level with the lower level usually empty.  Glad that was fixed and the coaching was obviously fixed as well. 


November 29th, 2018 at 10:05 AM ^

Goss... Ha ha ha.  Another private sector gem a la Brandon.

More than just BB.  Goss gave us the halo.  A budget deficit.  Wanted to drop wrestling (yeah, there was a problem there but dropping rather than reform is a knee jerk reaction).

Weird thing is Canham had Goss' back.


November 29th, 2018 at 8:47 AM ^

I had court side seats and there were times I could not hear my son sitting right next to me, I have not heard Crisler that loud since the Fab Five.

rob f

November 29th, 2018 at 10:35 AM ^

The chance it reached 110 decibels 


the likelihood that The Big House attendance exceeded 100,000 during most of the the 2014 season.



November 29th, 2018 at 10:49 AM ^

It might have been, I was there it was loud, crazy loud.  When Mathews dunked the ball of rebound in the second half, the foul was called and NOBODY heard the whistle.  Watch the reply they are all still playing and Mathews is complaining about not getting a call.



tee wrecks

November 29th, 2018 at 10:52 AM ^

Forgive me if this was obvious on the television broadcast, but on the Charles Matthews put-back dunk during the second half run, the crowd was so loud that most folks--even some of the players on the court--couldn't hear the whistle to know that he had been fouled, too.  Carolina just inbounded the ball and headed up the court to get into their offensive set.  The ref had to run over to the scorer's table and tell them at point blank range to stop the game for the foul he had called because no one could hear anything.


December 1st, 2018 at 7:57 AM ^

Loudest I’ve heard was against Duke with the Fab 5. Students lined up starting around 8pm the night before outside Crisler to get the best seats. Place was rockin due to the loathing of Laettner. I was also there against UNC and it didn’t even come close.