Brian @ MGoBlog

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This Week In Schadenfreude: Wisconsin Rejects Your So-Called 'Objective Reality'

Desperate Badger fans hurriedly look up parallax for maximum internet victory. The Old Man Card is played. West Virginia fans have itchy trigger fingers. And UCLA fans suddenly seem reasonable....

This Week In Schadenfreude: Wolverine Lizard Apocalypse

The alma mater takes it on the chin WHAT WAS THAT FOURTH AND ONE CALL FOR AAAARGH. Georgia Tech and Cal have a nerdfight, and Tommy Tuberville takes the lead in emoticons inspired.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Deep In The Id Of Texas

Texas would like to insert things in Mack Brown's diverse cavities. Everyone's coach is Ron Zook, except Ron Zook is 6-0. A Kansas fan has hope. A Florida fan has a Real Good Time. Da'Rick Rogers...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Buckeye Walrus Apocalypse

Jim Bollman: walrus or walrus sent from space to destroy Ohio State football? Boston College: desperately searching for Richard Gere. UConn: unfamiliar with this "foot-ball." Florida and Texas A&M...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Terps On Tilt

How much vomit can a Maryland fan's stomach hold? How many programs can Lane Kiffin ruin at once? Is Pete Boone a robot sent to destroy Ole Miss? What does "Shermshine pumping" consist of? All this...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Buckeyes Locate Bauserman

An Ohio State fan wants to use his kids' clean records to revenge himself on Like A Baus. BC fans issue words never before heard. Kansas fans openly pine for Mangino. Polkamatic, Folkamatic, two...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Notre Dame Is Dead (Again)

Notre Dame loses twice in 72 seconds, killing the institution. Paul Pasqualoni wants to sex you up; you are not having any of this. And it's My Coach Is A Coward week in the Big Ten. All this and a...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Brian Kelly's Brain Explodes

Brian Kelly challenges Bo Pelini to a Yosemite-Sam-off. TCU ladies are going to shucking kill someone, and Miami fans still have football. Football! The enjoyment from horrible things happening to...

Year-End College Football BlogPoll Rankings: Auburn On Top, Big East Nowhere To Be Found

The final college football rankings of the 2010 season have Auburn on top, of course, and zero Big East teams in the top 25.

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 15: Placing Our Bet On Auburn

Auburn moves to No. 1 in our college football rankings after destroying South Carolina in the SEC title game. Oregon ends the regular season at No. 2.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Excuse Nebraska While They Have A Seizure

Cornhusker fans have a SEIZURE on the FRIGGING ground, the Bearcat gets arrested, Arizona fans deploy more stars than letters after losing on an OT missed extra point, and UCLA fans want everyone...

College Football BlogPoll Week 14: Auburn And Oregon, Neck And Neck

The race for number one is a split decision between Auburn and Oregon, Boise State no longer has to complain about being left out of the BCS, voters almost cease being wack entirely, and the fey...

This Week In Schadenfreude: Boise State Got Miracled

A crying six year old makes all of us feel like awful people. The entire state of Iowa drinks Four Loko simultaneously. Don Henley sums up Miami football. And pedophiles get brought up by Alabama...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 13: Boise State's Back, Everything Else Is The Same

Our college football rankings for Week 13 have Oregon and Auburn still at No. 1 and 2, but Boise State has leapfrogged TCU to move back into the No. 3 spot.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Nebraska Coach Head Explosion Funtime

If your name is Pelini and you didn't punch a police horse this weekend, please turn in your lunatic card. In other rage, an ibis throwing up emoticon (srs), Greg Robinson rubbing a beaver or...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 12: TCU Still On Deck, For Now

Our college football rankings for Week 12 haven't changed much from Week 11, although TCU is lurking even close to Oregon and Auburn now.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Washington State Had A Plan, And Tried

Oregon State's brilliantly subtle fanbase frightens me; their football team frightens no one. Also: heads explode in Clemson, beat poetry is written about the Big East, teams starting with "I" get...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 11: TCU Leapfrogs Boise State To Find Itself On Deck

Our college football rankings, as voted on by over 100 bloggers, have TCU at No. 3, waiting just behind Oregon and Auburn for a shot at a National Championship.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Texas Longhorns Earn A Special Mention

In which plain old facts are more damning to Texas than anything else could possibly be, the word "Makovic" is dropped, and Ty Willingham is proclaimed to be a flat-out better coach than anyone....

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 10: It Starts Making Sense

Our Week 10 college football rankings, as voted on by over 100 bloggers, have Auburn and Oregon on a collision course for the national championship.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Michigan Fan Or Smiths Song? You Make The Call!

It's Halloween so it's time for Michigan fans to go pathetically emo, Clemson fans to go FFFFFUUUUUU, and Texas fans to lose their last tenuous hold on reality. Also: the worst costume ever and...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 9: Auburn Leaps Into Hypothetical National Title Game

Our week 9 college football rankings have Auburn leap-frogging Boise State to take over the No. 2 spot. Elsewhere, Missouri makes a big move up while Oklahoma falls down the poll.

This Week In Schadenfreude: I Just Woke Up And Texas Is Losing To Iowa State

People wake up from their slumber to find Armageddon going on in Austin. The Maginot line makes multiple appearances. You can't throw a rock in Iowa City without hitting a depressed girl. And a...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 8: Hooray Us, Hooray Oregon

Week 8 of our college football rankings, as voted on by hundreds of bloggers, has Oregon still at No. 1, with Ohio State taking a big tumble.

This Week In Schadenfreude: Sad People Dressed Up Like Corn

This Week In Schadenfreude: Just don't put corn on your head. Seriously. Elsewhere Ohio State coaches NEED REPLACED, Turner Gill has the audacity to hit up Pottery Barn after losing 59-7 and a loss...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 7: Alabama Falls, And All Is Chaos

In the newest BlogPoll results, Alabama takes a tumble, and Oregon vaults over Ohio State and into the lead.

This Week In Schadenfreude: The Les Miles Misery Machine

Les Miles sends his opponent to the Tears of Unfathomable Sadness with help from the devil. A baby soils itself. Some person who is not me screams at Rich Rodriguez. And Monte Kiffin is wished...

College Football BlogPoll Rankings, Week 6: Alabama's Dominance Cannot Be Contained By Math

Our weekly college football rankings, as voted on by bloggers, has Alabama securely in first, with Oregon taking over the No. 2 spot.

This Week In Schadenfreude: The Worst Game Ever Played

The ending of LSU-Tennessee sends UT fans into emo funks and LSU fans into lathers, Rutgers looks forward to basketball season, Texas congratulates Oklahoma for being the less uncouth squadron, and...

College Football BlogPoll, Week 5: In Which Texas Is Messed With, And Big East Gets The Boot

College Football Rankings, Week 5, as voted on by bloggers has Alabama still at No. 1, while Texas takes a massive fall.

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