Dear mgocommunity, After some reflection I must confess that the loss Saturday is probably my fault. I sat idly by and watched my fellow fans blame our players and coaches past and present over the last few days. In truth, however, the loss was likely the result of my actions as a fan. Snowflake of blame after snowflake of blame while I was too afraid to come forward. I am so sorry and will take my negs accordingly. You see, I have a ritual which I failed to follow. After every Michigan victory I drink scotch. I have a bottle designated only for Wolverine victories. My current bottle is a Glenfiddich 18 year that I actually bought in 2015 (18 years after the 97 championship season). My bottle has juuuust enough for one good celebration. A week ago I decided to get a jump on my next bottle, just so I wouldn't have to re-stock after our next win. I bought a bottle of (Ron Swanson approved) Lagavulen 16. I also bought a non-football bottle of Aberlour12 which I killed with my father during a recent visit. You see, I got undisciplined in my scotch consumption. No, I didn't drink my victory bottle, but I skirted the rules like my kids so often try to do. How can I expect our players to remain disciplined when I'm not willing to commit myself? I promise not to drink any more scotch until we win again. I only ask that others stop blaming players and coaches. Instead, direct your frustrations toward the real culprits; fans who breached etiquette. I have repented and confessed my transgressions, but I know I'm not the only fan who bears responsibility. Who else wore the wrong shirt, served the wrong tailgating dish, or otherwise broke protocol? Confess your sins in this thread so that there can be healing and our team can move onward to their rightful 11-1 regular season finish. Go Blue!