Spring game MGoTailgate?

Submitted by Dark Blue on March 29th, 2010 at 1:13 AM

So is there going to be an MGoTailgate at the spring game this year. I was thinking that maybe Brian would allow us to trade in MGoPoints for beers. I mean that would benefit some more than others(Magnus) but it would be pretty awesome. Anyways just trying to forget about the horseshit that happened tonight, Go Blue

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michiganfanforlife

March 29th, 2010 at 8:49 AM ^

to come and eat, drink, etc... at the place I always tailgate - I have described many times this year. Look back to old posts about this year's spring game (or send me a message). You need not worry about mgopoints in order to get exra beers. There is actually a grocery store directly across the street for people who need to engage in mass consumption. (Beldar, is that you?)

Bama Wolverine

March 29th, 2010 at 10:35 AM ^

for someone to possibly host some out-of-towners (coming up from Alabama)for a tailgate. Am bringing 2 adults and 3 kids (ages 9-15). I am the only one who has been to A2 for a game and want the others to experience the true feeling the Big House has to offer. If it's cool with who i am bringing, what can i bring to add to the experience, and i know you said to read previous blogs for details, just can't seem to locate them. Can't wait to get back up North! Go Blue!!

michiganfanforlife

March 29th, 2010 at 6:15 PM ^

When you arrive on I-94 you will turn towards the stadium (if you're headed east to A2 that will be a left turn)- Follow the road as it goes downhill and then uphill (maybe 2 minutes of driving). The first parking sign you will see on your left will be a mailbox with someone waiving a flag and a sign for $20 parking. Turn left into the lot (huge grassy area with tons of trees and a gigantic back yard - across the street from strip mall with Quiznos and other stores...) As you go in and pay, look immediately to your right and you will see a large willow tree. This is where I have been parking/tailgating for over a decade. Tell the parking people you want to park near the tree, and they will let you. My name is Bill and I drive a maroon VW Jetta.

As far as stuff to bring, I would say that I've got side dishes, the grill, and a radio covered people, but you should bring meat to grill, chairs to sit on, and beer to drink (or soft drinks for the kids). I will have tons of food, but it's always a better plan to have more than you really need. I will be leaving about 2 hours prior to the scrimmage starting (11am) to make sure I get rock-star seats. Hope this is helpful, and I hope to see you there. Go Blue!!!

jabberwock

March 30th, 2010 at 9:38 AM ^

as long as he's already "hulkified", the hulk would end up tearing Steve Austin's bionic arm off at the shoulder. (substandard 70's technology).

Of course, I'd be so excited that both were in my living room that I'd be too busy dry-humping the sofa to notice who won.

michiganfanforlife

March 30th, 2010 at 9:13 AM ^

around 8:30am - Don't forget to look for the Quiznos on the opposite side of the street. That's the easiest landmark to point out the parking spot. I can't wait to see the team this year! Hopefully we can get 70,000 people there this year. Go Blue!!!