This game wasn't as close as the scoreboard suggests. Years of abuse have taught me to expect the worse. It reminds me of my childhood cat, one time when he was about to run out of the house my brother threw a pair of keys at him as he bolted for the door. It was … Continue reading Recapping One of the Best College Football Weekends Ever.
My love for Michigan is mirrored by only one other thing in this mortal world. My hatred for your team.
I was planning on posting this tomorrow but the last paragraph has to be seen TODAY.
All this to say, why do I care so much? Can I stop caring? Can I shut it off? Am I going to end up yelling at middle-school refs?
There was at least 20 good games this weekend. It really was amazing, having a good CFB and NFL weekend is so extremely rare, its like your favorite Chinese Buffet just switched from Pepsi to Coke Products. Notre Dame and A&M lose to unranked teams AND I get to have the perfect amount of carbonation … Continue reading Week 2 Gamenotes – A Buffet of Good Football
I know I have complained about CFB recently, but now that it is back, much like House of the Dragon, I couldn't be more happy.
We can be starving no longer. Come eat my children, our college football dinner is served and it smells like burning leaf piles, some rubbery torn up turf, and venison, and I am ready to eat.
Well here we are again, it's early June which means its time for some solid TV to start dropping (Stranger Things, Obi-Wan). Some solid weather to appreciate (it's a balmy 83 right now here in Michigan). Some graduation parties to start crashing (GPC as I've written about before). And of course, the NBA Finals. I … Continue reading Celtics vs. Warriors (And an Actually Fun NBA Finals.)
I've been called the modern day Jackson Pollock of flowcharts.
When I look back at the history of Michigan football under Jim Harbaugh (and the last two decades) I see a collection of games and results that frankly make me feel ill. The list of heartbreak is too long to count. In fact, I started a list the other day (because I hate myself) and … Continue reading Paul Bunyan: Balanced on a Knife’s Edge