Friday Quick Hits

…because I’m pseudo/fully lazy.

Important games today:

  • Michigan baseball home opener 3:05 EDT at Ray Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines take on IPFW. Paul and I will be in the house, so stop by and say hey.
  • Michigan hockey in the CCHA semifinals against Alaska. Yost Built has 10 Things to Know about the Nanooks.
  • Michigan lacrosse against Eastern Michigan in their CCLA conference opener. 8PM at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. Come support an awesome club varsity team. $3/6 for students/non.

Hockey Sophomore Louie Caporusso has been named a finalist for the Hobey Baker award. Great honor for the young player, though his torrid goal pace from the beginning of the year didn’t hold up.

Michigan Sports Center has your first glimpse at the 2009 student football shirt. For the record, I don’t mind the slogan on the back, more as a reminder to those who wear them than as decoration for other people to see.

Saturday’s basketball game against Oklahoma will take place at 5:50 PM EDT. Don’t forget to check out last night’s victory post, and I’ll have your preview of the Sooners coming tomorrow.

Speaking of posting previews on the weekend and such, I know the semi-regular schedule around here has gravitated toward “hectic and random” of late, but it’s a fairly busy time, what with the basketball team in the Tournament and all. Once they bow out, the football-centric Varsity Blue you know and love should return.

Recruiting Update coming this afternoon.

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4 Comments so far

  1. No preview for today’s game. I got backed up with life, stat programs, and rodeos. Good news is I finally figured how to get the stat program to work the way I like it. We may see more of it in weeks to come if I can get the data entry to go quicker.

    I’m off to lunch/work. Back around 6pm. Go Blue.

  2. UofMSnowboarder says...

    The ‘Big House Pledge’ is pretty awesome. I hope /certain/ people take it to heart.

  3. Rosey says...

    Tim, I bet you and Paul still use your M-Cards to get a student discount at games.

  4. Tim says...

    Well, I use my “I work at the lacrosse games” discount to get in for free. I will remain silent on whether Paul uses his MCard to get the student price.

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