September 13th, 2017 at 2:10 PM ^

Holy crap, that's great.

It's been 20 years since I've been to a Michigan football game in person.

There is nothing like the experience.  Nothing.  The best sports venue in the world.  Period.


September 13th, 2017 at 3:19 PM ^

Perhaps from a nostalgia standpoint...I've been in the Shoe and felt it shake...never been to PSU, but I hear it's amazing. Bryant Denny is deafening...Tiger Stadium, LSU night? It'll give you chills. There is an old school feel to Michigan, very traditional, but for those (like myself) who enjoy a more lively fanbase...there are better places to be. Compared to OSU, Bama, and LSU...Michigan Stadium is relatively quiet, even with the renovations, it doesn't compare to stadiums (in noise) that have multiple decks.


September 13th, 2017 at 6:31 PM ^

I have some really, really fond memories of games in Michigan Stadium. I vividly recall the first time I entered the stadium back in 1975. I was overwhelmed by the size, and every part of that game -- pre-game warmups, the marching band, the run out under the banner, the action -- all glorious. I will never forget it. To me it's the finest sports venue in the world.

I have read about other places: Camp Randall, Ohio State, white out games at Penn State, LSU at night, the Gamecocks at South Carolina. I'm sure they're very good in their own ways. To their fans I am happy they have their memories and joys. College football is the best.

But the 15 year old in me remembers that game in September 1975, and nothing will ever eclipse that. Meeeeeeeeeeechigan!


September 14th, 2017 at 12:04 AM ^

What is is Don Brown saying at the beginning? Whatever it is, I'm friggen pumped.



Edit: Stone cold assassins. The 15th listen proved to be the best.


September 14th, 2017 at 12:25 AM ^

The next video was entertaining too. Some air force kid was singing a song called Hey Jim Harbaugh Air Force vs Michigan. If you want a laugh, watch it.