The best part of the #Sparty victory tonguebath is switching the TV to #GoldfingerRead more "#dieSparty"
Goddammit, Direct TV! I can’t dump stupid Lifetime Movie Network and its Oprah bullshit without losing BTN and some ESPNs? AYFKM? You’re evil, plain and simple.Read more "FUDTV"
The Hot New Thing in the NFL: Ancient Big Ten Offenses – WSJ.com. In the NFL, schemes are constantly evolving. Plays can become outdated in the span of a quarter. But a handful of teams are adjusting to life in the modern game by borrowing strategies from a most unlikely source: the boring offenses of […]Read more "The Hot New Thing in the NFL: Ancient Big Ten Offenses – WSJ.com"
Maybe it was the rats, squeaking, and waiting to pounce. Maybe it was the gurgle of some unspeakably horrible, probably biologic fluid being illegally dumped (allegedly) in some nearby corridor. Something woke me. It wasn’t the daylight, because this godforsaken place seemed unfamiliar with direct sunlight.
I looked around. Read More
Can football season come. Meanwhile, the greatest: One Frame At A Time: Anthony Carter Watching that video, I felt the same anticipative stirring of the Michigan Stadium crowd — or, on the road, the same petrified silence — when AC touched the ball that I’ve only experienced at Michigan with Denard Robinson; there’s greatness, and […]Read more "Not soon enough"
Looking back at USFL and how Donald Trump ruined league. Oompa Loompa Donny boy strikes again. a Michigan Panthers receiver named Anthony Carter proved to be one of the most dynamic pass catchers in the sport. The league’s first championship game saw Michigan edge Philadelphia in a 24-22 classic that should go down as one […]Read more "Happy Birthday, and Rest In Piece(s)"
Summer conditioning letters from Mike Barwis Fritz Crisler, for one… The back story (via 8 Barrel): To those of you who bleed Maize and Blue, know someone who does or just might find it interesting, attached is a letter from Fritz Crisler to an incoming player. It was forwarded to me by an acquaintance of […]Read more "Things people find in attics"