March 2nd, 2014 at 10:56 PM ^

Ur not a undercover copyright nazi r u?? jk i have a dvr and i use a device that connects to my lap top and the dvr. All i do is play the recording and record the video in hd on my laptop. Then i just edit out the commercials and create the file.


March 2nd, 2014 at 7:13 PM ^

Na its not like before the reason they removed my account was because apparently they removed the orange bowl video because it violated youtubes copyright rules(although technically dont all the videos do that?) and they warned me if i reupload it i would get my account removed. I didnt read the email until after the game was reuploaded.


March 2nd, 2014 at 7:27 PM ^

Particularly for Nik Stauskas, this was a significant game in some respects:

- It was Nik's sixth straight game in double digits for points

- Nik has now led the team in scoring in 15 out of Michigan's 28 games

- Nik now accounts for 31.8% of Michigan's total scoring


March 2nd, 2014 at 7:48 PM ^

Easy locker room speech "If you dont win this game, some other team is going to have a copy of your banner up in their arena for the rest of time. You understand? Win the game"


March 2nd, 2014 at 9:41 PM ^

Interesting note to make the rewatch even more interesting.

After Horford commits a charging turnover/foul, the game clock never stops running. The play happens at the 51:54 moment of the youtube video.

The infraction occurs at 11:02 game time. The clock continus to run while the play gets sorted out, the floor gets wiped down, and we make a couple subs (yes this is crazy). 

Minnesota then inbounds the ball at the 10:28 mark. The scoreskeeper must have noticed a mistake because they then stop the game clock at 10:27 with the play going on. They resume the game clock 8 seconds later. 

So in all, they ran off 26 seconds of game time. 

I was freaking out when this was going on and was completely shocked that neither coaches or players noticed this.