Adam's special teams UFR is a tremendous idea, because of course more actual nuts-and-bolts discussion of football is always great. And UFRs are always a blast.
But there is an untapped resource that I would greatly enjoy seeing developed by someone on this here blog, and with Adam getting delegated to do an additional UFR, this seems to be an option Brian might be ok with in the right context:
Develop UFRs of classic Michigan games.
Yes, I understand that the purpose of the UFR is at least in part to analyze what will occur in the future, but c'mon: We like reveling in what has happened in the past. UFR is Brian's signature feature, so any vague thoughts I might have had of trying one myself were swept away with the belief that it would basically be appropriating someone's IP. But if Adam can do special teams, why not a UFR of well-known games? Alternatively, Brian could do this in the off-season if there are suitable down periods.
Yeah, the camera angles are worse, and some of the concepts might be a bit different, but I think it would be great.
And I really want to see the +3s for Charles Woodson owning coverage or some of our classic OLs destroying defenses.
Some games that would be worth seeing:
Rose Bowls - 1988-9, 1992-3, 1997-8. OSU games - 1985, 1986, 1988, 1995, 1997, 2000. Notre Dame games - 1991, 2003 (was going to say 2006 but Brian did that...). Michigan State games - 1996, 1997 (Woodson +4?), 2004. Penn State games - 1997, 1999. Others - Gator Bowl 1990-1, Purdue 1999, Orange Bowl 1999-0, Minnesota 2003.
Just a suggestion. But I would click.