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Backyard Hypocrisy

We all see Jim Harbaugh making $40 million dollars to coach the University of Michigan football team. So here’s how his players are fairing over the summer: Idk how the NCAA thinks we supposed to eat right with these lil indentured servant checks they give us..I Should've stayed in the dorms smh — PeppyPep (@JabrillPeppers) […]

George Blaha Calls Final Minute of MSU

BEST GAME OF ALL TIME

Michigan State stunned the Baylor Bears with an improbable comeback that will stand the test of time AS THE BEST GAME (maybe) OF ALL TIME. The Spartans scored first with a dominant rushing attack. Then, the Gay Bears showed their deep ball, a trend you’d better get used to. Michigan State went up 14-7, then […]

Please, Bring This MotherFucker Down

This is Jameis Winston’s actual statement from Florida State’s hearing earlier this week on the matter: Rape is a vicious crime. The only thing as vicious as rape is falsely accusing someone of rape.  (Pin drop.) Winston goes on to whine and cry about how his life has been so hard since being accused. You know, staying […]

O-Verrated

Both Michigan & Michigan State had the Luckeyes in the first half, and a poor close to the second quarter by each team fed the false bravado that is Ohio State. Our defense shut them down, leading 14-7 with their only score on an interception. It’s like everyone let’s them get it their heads. Are […]

Michigan Robbed

Exhibit A) Michigan emphatically scooped up a Maryland punt AND TOOK IT TO THE HOUSE – only to have it called back on a weak penalty. We would not score on the drive. B) Maryland makes a field goal, only to have their kicker flop to the ground on innocent contact. The kicker was then […]

Michigan Holds Off Northwestern

It was not like the Ohio State-Michigan State shootout. Instead, the score was 0-0 at halftime. The Wolverines turned it over twice in the Wildcats red zone, then had a field goal blocked right before the half. Their defense, however, maintained, and our running game was active. Good signs. Back De’Veon Smith rushed for the […]

Calm Down, Spartans

You won.

Not Looking Good for the Rapist

“No one who is not a dealer is going to submit that many autographs at one time,” said Matt Powers of Powers Collectibles in Kansas City, which sells the autographs of more than 1,000 athletes. “But besides the number, the giveaway of the JSA authenticated items that you can see on eBay, that suggests it […]

Michigan Tops Penn State

Looking spectacular in their all-blue night uniforms, Michigan ended it’s three game losing streak with a defensive triumph over Penn State – “Da Pervs.” Our quarterback was banged up, but he still went back into the game after sitting out. Our defense allowed zero fourth quarter points and took the game home on a safety […]

Rutgers Snarfs Michigan

Big Ten, who are we kidding ourselves? The kids are traveling cross country for these in conference games now. Michigan barely lost (by two) on the road in Rutgers. A last-minute field goal was blocked by the Scarlet Knights, who apparently excel in that area. However, it only came down to that because of some […]

Michigan Tops Miami (OH)

It was only 10-10 in the second quarter, but Michigan finished with 24 unanswered points in the Big House for the victory. The Wolverines ran for 276 yards on 45 carries while allowing just 31 rushing yards to the Redhawks. Derrick Green lead the way for the Blue with 137 yards on 22 tries, including two […]

Brutal Day for Big Ten

Smoke up, snarfs. It’s Sunday.

Michigan Avenges Appalachian State

Brady Hoke clearly has these ’14 Wolverines ready. Devin Gardner tossed 13 of 14 passes for completions, including two touchdowns on his first two possessions to Devin Funchess for a 14-0 lead after one. The tandem made it three straight to start the game in the second quarter. Both Michigan running backs also tore it up, each eclipsing […]

Northwestern Wildcats Football Takes Giant Step for College Athletes

“The NCAA invented the term student-athlete to prevent the exact ruling that was made today. For 60 years, people have bought into the notion that they are students only. The reality is players are employees, and today’s ruling confirms that. The players are one giant step closer to justice.” via Northwestern Wildcats football players win […]

BREAKING NEWS: AWESOME COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER COMES OUT

BREAKING NEWS: AWESOME COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER COMES OUT

What a G. WHAT A G. I know this is a brave, brave move, and not an easy one. I’m just so proud of this G. HE IS A BEAST. THE SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR! AND HE’S GAY. HE’S GAY. DEAL WITH IT! This is Martin Luther Kings big. This is one of the […]

Tragedy in College Football

Tragedy in College Football

Ted Agu, defensive lineman of California Golden Bears, dies – ESPN. It is believed that Agu, 21, collapsed at practice and died because of his sickle cell trait. While respecting the situation, I would like to point out that to ESPN, the following are all more important than the sudden death at practice of a defensive lineman: […]

Oklahoma Nails McCarron for Sack Fumble Touchdown to Seal Sugar Bowl

45-31 final in New Orleans! Has Nick Saban lost his mojo?

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