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A night game every year? Oops, I already couldn't make a decision for the very next year. I am not impressed with the track record for making decisions, emphasize MAKING decisions, not polling them.
Oops that's true. My bad I'll just go with ND then.
I'm glad he didn't make it a novelty this year, so I support waiting till next year. Who would we have a night game for this year if MSU was not an option...exactly, wait till next year
I doubt MSU will ever be a night game in DB's reign. A night game at Michigan is the big stage, huge exposure to recruits, makes no sense to give your instate rival that kind of exposure.
huge exposure to our recruits, and when we win its even better
This article is back from February. At the time, I thought it sounded like ND again, even with the comments about nothing being set up. I feel like I remember seeing an interview where Brandon said he could see Michigan/ND being a night game every year.
I still think it's going to be ND.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- If you were planning on coming to Michigan for a night football game this season -- don't count on it. That was the message from
It shouldn't be every year, but it would make sense since it is our only big game sans Nebraska and it would give us a big advantage to start off 2-0 and a clear path to starting 7-0.
We are college football
They could make ND a regular night game (basically every other year) and also do a second one in any season we have a great B10 match-up early enough on the home schedule. Even if they exclude OSU and MSU, there will be plenty of years in which Nebraska, PSU, Wisky, Iowa or Illinois might be big enough games to do a second one.
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