Monday Happy Hour Is Running Late

Maize n Brew gives you your daily (or semi-daily) rundown of all the Michigan Football, Michigan Basketball, College Football, and College Basketball news you need to get through the tedium of your boring desk job. For good measure we'll throw in a little irreverent information, comedy and commentary to help you salt away the time until the clock strikes 5pm. If you want Maize n Brew in 140 characters or less, follow us on Twitter! Or you can friend us on Facebook and become a fan of Maize n Brew on Facebook for more links. Here's what's ON TAP:

Programming Note

Running late today. The Michigan Bowling Green game wrap up will be up around 2ish CST, and more fun to follow. In the meatime, here's a revised version of Sunday's Happy Hour courtesy of Remember Bo, who is doing this from LONDON, to keep you satiated - Dave

Stuff You Must Read Right Now

Quick Hits - Brief roundup of Saturday's storyline including UCLA's shocker against the Horns.

Everybody Back Away From the Edge - Denard Robinson's knee should be fine.  Just a minor scratch.  Oh, and before that, he had 5 carries for 129 yards and 2 TD's.  So BGSU kind of stopped him.

Longing for Weisingham - The Brian Kelly Experiment doesn't look so hot right now in South Bend.

Michigan Football

He called us ''talented!'' - A BGSU blogger's take on the loss.  Is it just me, or was he right about the Big House being fairly quiet yesterday?

Three-Headed Monster - At least we have depth, but we all see how different the game is with number 16 on the field.  With respect to Tate's 12-12 performance and Devin's TD drive, of course.  Via DetNews dot com.

Videos! Much, Much Prettier Videos! - Remember last week's defensive highlights?  Watch every offensive snap and forget your worries! 65 points are a nice chaser.  Via mgoblog dot com.

Big Ten Football

PSU Squeaks By - The headline of this one is misleading -Penn State didn't ''dominate'' anyone.  Maybe nighttime in Happy Valley doesn't look quite so intimidating.  Evan Royster does, though, racking up something like 180 yards. 

Chappell Looks Dangerous - (versus Western Kentucky) Indiana QB Ben Chappell had a great passing performance (versus WKU) and was named the Big Ten offensive player of the week (versus WKU, and Denard played for a quarter)

The MSU We Know and Love - Dion Sims runs into trouble with the law.  Stealing from DPS? Come on, man.  That's low.  Oh, and Don Treadwell coached Sparty to an easy win, but who cares?

College Football

Mallett Tracker - Ryan Mallett's latest comeback attempt falls short with an INT versus the top-ranked Tide.

Coolest.Picture.Ever. - Sure, the game didn't really matter to M fans, but check out that pic of the weather...

HAHAHAHA - Stanford runs all over Notre Dame.  Better luck next week, Irish fans.  (ed: the previous wish is insincere)

Incredibly Important YouTube Clip of the Moment:


in honour of my British vacation.  Until next Sunday, Cheers, Michigan Faithful!  Any seasoned Midwestern brew recommendations for my London stay?  I'd welcome the comments.

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