Indiana-Michigan pregame


So after a dozen or so consecutive perfect days for football, and in the middle of a drought, it rains the day of the big game. That’s Indiana football.

But the weather is now actually pretty good for football here, as kickoff approaches. A bit raw, but not cold. And the students seem oblivious — for some reason.

Suffice to say that bacchanalia is proceeding with even greater gusto than usual south of 17th Street.

Amid the throngs, sorority sisters were seen running pass patterns along Woodlawn Avenue. They completed a few throws, too.

There is certainly Maize and Blue in evidence, but the crowd is overwhelmingly crimson-clad, which hasn’t always been the case for past Michigan games in Bloomington.

Fans are filtering in slowly, but there are already people sitting in the far corners of the stands. The game is indeed sold out.

And this game should entertain the fans, if nothing else. One would think there will be points aplenty.

And let’s face it, Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has been worth the price of admission alone, so far this season.

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