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I work for the new Broad museum and when I got to work today I saw that on Saturday morning 90 recruits along with coaches will be taking a tour and getting a lunch in the museum before heading to the basketball game. My supervisor told me MD made the plans to get them into the museum and was excited to show it off to the players.
Also MD was in the museum today for a tour and I was not fortunate enough to meet him and shake his hand since I haven't met him before.
Pretty interesting to see Dantonio bring the recruits over and thought I would share.
To die in ann arbor is redundant
Put out the nudes! I didn't see any when I visited.
It would be even cooler if MD tried to convince them it was a spaceship that they'd be using to travel to the moon on the way to road games. By the time they figure it out, they'll already have signed their LOIs.
I don't know...are recruits going to commit because of a art museum?
"If they want to mock us, I'm telling them it's not over. It will never be over here. It's just starting." - Mark Dantonio, 2007
Quick, somebody tackle Jack Spirit before he rides his bike over there!
what time shall the fat contingent of rcmb nerds arrive?
fixed it for you :-)
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RIP to da job
Come to MSU... we got white bitches and this fruity ass museum! Enjoy!
this is why we need to invest in a giant indoor pool complex. imagine hundreds of girls in bikinis and you parade the players around showing off all the talent. it's a win-win.
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I hope it doesn't take off with them, then we'd be really fucked
"If you're worried about Wolverine fans, just move to Pasadena. You'll never have to deal with 'em."
That is the ugliest building I have ever seen. But if the Oregonification of CFB jerseys is any indication, the recruits will love it.
MD is a genius!
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Fixed it for you.
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no wonder we can't get 5* talent.
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
It's a little outside of the recruiting box as far as I know, and for that reason could make a big impression on some kid. Say there's a kid with an interest in art and/or academics, and every visit it's the same thing: "Hey, kid. Great facilities, "tutors" (wink, wink), and prime-time bitches as far as the eye can see!" Being taken seriously as a thinking person might be nice.
"Look at this. An entire generation of Cinderellas, and there's no glass slipper coming." -- Mother in ALMOST FAMOUS
Broad Museum? That's politically incorrect, they should just call it the Women's Museum.
It's a seriously impressive looking building though. Could be a good strategy.
Well we couldn't call it the Dame Museum because it piss off the Folks in South Bend.
That museum is awesome and they're just having a tour and lunch. You should show it off because it is one of the best in the country.
"You make sure when you come, you got a little blood in your eye, a little blood in your eye, a little fire in your belly. We there yet?"
It's the we're-not-in-Kansas-anymore syndrome.
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