Saturday, December 28, 2013

Marathon Meeeechigan Day

My buddy, Desmond Howard Sharp, is ready for a Meechigan Marathon today.

First, at 3:30, Michigan Hockey takes the ice at Comerica park, taking on the Michigan State Spartans, in the 3rd place game of the Great Lakes Invitational.

#3 ranked Michigan lost last night to Western Michigan, 3-2, in overtime if the GLI semi-finals.

TV....FOX Sports Detroit.

Then, at 6:30, the Michigan Basketball team takes on the Crusaders of Holy Cross from the Crisler Center in Ann Arbor.

The final game of the non-conference hoops schedule ends today against the Crusaders.

The Wolverines will be without star center Mitch McGarry, out indefinitely with back trouble.

TV...Big Ten Network.

Then, at 10:30 tonight, it's time for Michigan Football in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Game in Arizona againat Kansas State.

Michigan is 7-5 on the season, and a win gives Team 134 a better looking 8 win season.

True Freshman Shane Morris is the starting QB, as Junior Devin Gardner is sidelined as he recovers from a broken foot he suffered in the Ohio State.

Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke is 27-12 in his three years as the Wolverines leader, including a 1-1 bowl game record.

This is also play by play man Frank Beckman's last broadcast, after 33 years calling Michigan Fooball games.

For 70 years Michigan has had just two men broadcast the Wolverines on flagship radio...Frank Beckman and Bob Ufer...that's what we call Meeeechigan Tradition.



Monday, December 23, 2013

Happy 50th Birthday Jim Harbaugh

Happy 50th Birthday to current San Francisco 49er head coach Jim Harbaugh.

Born Decenber 23rd, 1963, in Toledo, Ohio, the former Michigan Wolverine QB was the 1986 Big Ten MVP and Silver Football winner.

Jim Harbaugh was the  Chicago Bears First Round Draft Pick in 1987.

This photo says it all about the legend that was Jim Harbaugh as the leader of the Michigan Wolverines.

Go Blue!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

This weeks Sports Illuatrated Cover

Former Michigan quarterback and 1986 Big Ten MVP Jim Harbaugh graces one regional cover of this week's S.I.

Harbaugh, the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, has his team at 8-4, on their way to the NFL playoffs.