Plenty of Michigan and non-Michigan fans are having fun with the university’s tweet from yesterday that asked fans what made them fall in love with the Wolverines. There have been a number of serious answers, as well as some not so serious ones, but this was the best of the bunch. Younger fans may not remember Colorado beating Michigan in the Big House after a Kordell Stewart Hail Mary, but that is still one of the toughest losses in Wolverines history.
the Kordell Stewart TD throw
— Faux Pelini (@FauxPelini) June 24, 2019
One of the main reasons we all love college football is the tailgate scene. Tailgates are an integral part of college football Saturdays, and there is always a lot of debate over what schools have the best tailgates. It’s hard to argue about the top four places in this list, but No. 8 is a pretty questionable pick. Miami is notorious for its fickle fan support, and if the Hurricanes are a 7-5 or 8-4 team, fans don’t show up at their games. Maybe the person that made this list was influenced by the wonders of South Beach.
10 best CFB towns: @USATODAY
1. Madison, Wisconsin
2. Athens, Georgia
3. Austin, Texas
4. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
5. Ann Arbor, Michigan
6. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
7. Auburn, Alabama
8. Miami, Florida
9. South Bend, Indiana
10. Boise, Idaho
— CFB Hype (@CFB_Hype) June 22, 2019
Hypotheticals are a fun way to pass the offseason, and SB Nation has asked a number of its writers to change any game in college football history with a touchdown. There are some interesting scenarios discussed here, showing just how much one game can mean to a player, a coach, or a school.
We all got seven points to change college football history. I decided to see if Oregon could blow Notre Dame out by even more points than Alabama did. https://t.co/uMIo71rqzp
— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) June 24, 2019
Finally, there is once again chatter regarding Texas and Texas A&M renewing their rivalry. Governor Greg Abbott is hoping to get the Lone Star State rivals to start playing again, but there are still a lot of bitter feelings after the Aggies left the Big 12 for the SEC. The two schools haven’t met on the gridiron since 2011, and the back and forth between the two fanbases has been something else.
It’s late June so we are legally obligated to discuss the Texas Aggies vs. Texas Longhorns football rivalry. https://t.co/Jarrfrg4rS
— Good Bull Hunting (@GBHunting) June 24, 2019