Ryno2317

November 24th, 2017 at 4:31 PM ^

On a related note .... anyone know where to watch the game in Los Angeles near Hollywood?? My wife won't leave me the fuck alone whenever I'm trying to watch Michigan and I can't take it anymore ....any thoughts appreciated. The place I used to watch it years ago closed.

Lakeyale13

November 24th, 2017 at 8:41 PM ^

That was a movie and movies always have happy endings.  If we are sticking with the movie theme I choose Wesley's quote from The Princess Bride:  "Life is pain.  Anyone who tells you different is trying to sell you something.".  

31-10 OSU.  I would give my left nutt for a victory.  Literally.  Seriously.  I have two kids and don't need two.  

Trebor

November 24th, 2017 at 4:33 PM ^

While I'd love to see Michigan keep it close because they have absolutely nothing to lose, my gut says we're in for a long, painful game as OSU tries to put on a good show for the playoff committee. The defense makes a few stops, maybe forces a turnover that leads directly to points, but the offense is going to do very little to threaten OSU's defense, and it ends up a not-at-all-close 41-10.

Swayze Howell Sheen

November 24th, 2017 at 4:34 PM ^

first half: UM comes out swinging, OSU looks sluggish. We fail to fully capitalize on this but lead 10-7 going into the half.

Second half OSU wakes up, but UM is game. Close down to the end. Tied 20-20 when Michigan takes the ball and drives to the 35 with seconds remaining.

Nordin comes in and kicks 52 yarder for the win, 23-20.

 

AngryAlum

November 24th, 2017 at 4:35 PM ^

Ryno:  per the LA alumni association website.

 

Saturday, November 25, 2017, 9:00am PT

Come watch the football game at one of our club's official locations:

The Parlor

7250 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046

http://theparlorca.com/


Q's Billiard Club

11835 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025

http://qsbilliardclub.com/

also Ive been to Big Wangs over near Vine and Sunset.   Its not a bad place to watch.  They have a lot of games on and it can get more crowded but at 9am it shouldnt be too bad

 

heres hoping we pull a miracle 

Ryno2317

November 24th, 2017 at 4:39 PM ^

Been to Big Wangs but never to watch a Michigan game since there are too many games on. Might try the other places. Thanks!!!

Last year was the last straw. Questions like "why does your guy throw it to the other team" and "don't these guys always beat you" only to be followed up with "it's only a game" are too much for me now. Plus my son bitches about me watching the game as he wants to play PS4. Enough.

allintime23

November 24th, 2017 at 4:44 PM ^

Michigan 28-24. This isn’t the Ohio State you think it is. Harbaugh finally has a game plan that works and he doesn’t go conservative. Nothing to lose, everything gained.

DrMantisToboggan

November 24th, 2017 at 4:49 PM ^

Here's a scenario:

 

OSU's awful kick coverage allows Ambry to take back his first of the year on the opening kickoff. The team is inspired and the crowd is electric. On the next possession, JT Barrett on 3rd and 8 stares down a route that's jumped by Lavert Hill for a pick six. It's now 14-0, Michigan's offense has not touched the field, and everyone in Ann Arbor believes. After a FG drive from OSU, Brandon Peters takes the field with the offense. After a few nicely blocked runs and an easy pass to McKeon get the ball to the 50, Peters hits an inch-perfect bomb to DPJ who strides into the endzone. It's 21-3 Wolverines before Urban could even blink. However, OSU is waking up and realizing the hole that they're in. A TD drive followed by a strip sack of Peters that gives OSU the ball in Michigan territory turns the game into 21-13 going into the half. The first OSU drive of the second half stalls after some Don Brown adjustments were made, and on Michigan's first possession of the half, Harbaugh breaks out a couple trick plays that were kept in a secret location just for this game. A Khalid Hill touchdown gives Michigan the momentum back with a 28-13 lead. The defenses and punters play field position for much of the remainder of the game until a long Karan Higdon run due to over-pursuit sets up a Quinn Nordin FG to put Michigan up 31-13 with 8 minutes left. The crowd can taste it. JT Barrett responds with an inspired drive, capped by a JK Dobbins TD, 31-20. Michigan gets the ball back and manages a first down, but the Buckeye D holds and Urban gets the ball back. OSU faulters on Michigan's 25 yard line and settles for the FG to make it a one-score game, 31-23. A solid return from Ambry sets up good field position, but three straight runs do not net ten yards, and Michigan must punt to OSU with under 2 minutes remaining. Michigan fans' start feeling the PTSD of not being able to put big games away on the ground. After a chunk of 20 on first down, Barrett is sacked on the subsequent 1st down. A short gain on 2nd down sets up 3rd and manageable, but Barrett does not see Ohio native and OSU legacy Mike McCray and Barrett's pass to TE Marcus Baugh is intercepted. Michigan kneels out and records one of the great upsets in the history of the greatest rivalry, 31-23.

 

Here's what will happen:

 

OSU 27 Michigan 13

M-Dog

November 24th, 2017 at 5:00 PM ^

Several things will happen that are declared UNACCEPTABLE!! on the internet.

But they will be accepted anyway. 

            Because Warde is not an idiot.