Prior to the Michigan vs. Northwestern game this weekend, it was hard to get excited over any other football games. Watching the LSU vs. Florida game may have raised a few eyebrows though. The game looked like it was over from the start as #1-ranked LSU was in control…
(The seat of the infamous Bartman) All I can hope for is that no one pulls a “Bartman” tonight at the Tigers game. Catching…
I was one of those students who sold their tickets to the Michigan vs. Minnesota game this past weekend. I had a good excuse to do so and I still showed my support for the team by listening to every play on the radio. The game was a nail biter for the first minute then was all Michigan after that. Many would change the station knowing it was a blowout but the radio kept it engaging and my friends and I continued to listen to the finish.
As University of Michigan students, we know what it’s like to grind through tough days like these. One student in particular, who was probably even more involved and dedicated to after school activities than the average Wolverine, had his life taken all too soon.
At the age of 16, many of us were just getting our driver’s license, waiting for the school week to end, and debating who to vote for on American Idol. Lexi Thompson isn’t much different in that sense except that she has swung her way into the national record books, becoming the youngest golfer to win an LPGA event at the age of 16.
As I was preparing to head out last Friday night, I checked Facebook one last time before making my way out the door. A post from one of my friends had come up on my newsfeed saying, “I can’t believe it’s this close… go Tigers!!”
After serving his sentence, Vick was put on “supervised release” for three years, where it banned him from owning a dog, assumed by the public as well as by Vick himself, for the rest of his life. In a recent interview, however, he stated that he would like to “own a dog again.”
As you let your hoarse voices heal think back to the events of Saturday night, from the key turnovers caused by the defense, or lack-there-of, to Roy Roundtree’s spectacular game-winning catch.
Andy Roddick, former World No. 1 and currently the second highest-ranked American tennis player, has been receiving a lot of heat from the media after his recent interview with Chris Fowler regarding his comment that tennis analysts having the “easiest job in the world.”