November 11th, 2011 at 9:04 PM ^

Spotted him too at the halftime break on the stream. Shouted "its lloyd brady" and took the laptop over to my wife to show her.

Dude is a rockstar. Anyone know how I can get to be one of his minions?


November 11th, 2011 at 9:17 PM ^

Earlier this year I was at a game and people at the game pointed him out. Sitting in the front row right next to the away bench, just because there might have been a TV camera around.

James Burrill Angell

November 11th, 2011 at 11:10 PM ^

Anyone know what year Lloyd Brady is? Are we going to be losing him to the pros soon and have to resort to watching for him in the front row at Lambeau Field when Packers players do their post TD leaps?


November 12th, 2011 at 1:58 PM ^

In which it is of the utmost importance that we as Michigan fans continue to search him out.

Take this: we know that Lloyd Carr wasn't a big fan of Rich Rodriguez post-hire, and that many of Rodriguez's critics wanted Brady Hoke. Yet during the final season of Rodriguez's tenure, Lloyd Brady appears and is seen at virtually every big moment of Michigan football... on TV, nonetheless. Coincidence that Omnipresent Student looks like a cross between Tom Brady and Lloyd Christmas, and that Random MGoBlog User was the first to point him out? Too convenient.

It's clear to me now that Carr was opposed to Rodriguez because we as Michigan fans wouldn't be able to use the clue of Lloyd Brady to use the last two Michigan Men to find the next piece of the puzzle. Our last 3 Michigan football coaches:


Brady Hoke

Rich Rodriguez

Lloyd Carr


Remove Rodriguez for being an "outsider" and we get:


Brady Hoke

Lloyd Carr


See a pattern? Why would the Omnipresent Michigan fan have the same name as the first names of these Michigan coaches (Lloyd Brady)? It's because there's a hidden message there using their last names: Hoke Carr, interpreted as Hoke's Car.

This is clearly too vague to get much meaning out of it, but it suggests there is something in Hoke's car that is special in some way, and we as Michigan fans need to find it. This could be the secret that Hoke brings that lead the media to uncovering Tressel's NCAA violations, gives him amazing success in recruiting, makes him poop gold, convinces Denard Robinson to not transfer, etc. It could also be some horrible demon (SPOILER: sorta like the ending of Borderlands) that is holding Brady Hoke back from achieving greater success than he already has.

Of course, I am not Nicholas Cage and am bad at interpreting such clues. It's entirely possible that nothing will be found in Hoke's car. Still, it's hard to deny that Lloyd Brady's name and omnipresent nature show that he is a prophet and will lead Michigan fans to something special. Where we play our part in this as fans is to continue to search him out, and we will someday find what he wants us to find when the time is right.