Found October 30, 2012 on Hokeamaniac.com:
Wilbert the Wolverine here—sorry I am late with this—I’ve been out wandering around the U of M Campus today.  I can count the students wearing Michigan sweatshirts on one paw.  Last Monday, practically everybody on campus had on a Michigan sweatshirt, and M Flags were still hanging from dorm room windows—none today. Why is that?  Last Monday people were going into to Moe’s Sport Shop, The M Den and University Bookstore buying all sorts of Michigan paraphernalia—not so much today.  How come?  Any undergrad will quickly and gladly tell you, “we beat MSU last week; this week they lost to Nebraska.”  Perhaps the certainty of a Michigan B1G Ten Championship becoming uncertainty lying in the hinter lands of ifs and luck is no reason to hang a flag.  Granted, going from being in the drivers seat on the road to the B1G Ten Championship to somewhere on a crowded bus isn’t motivating enough to run out and buy a sweatshirt. That aside, I have another question. Why is it that last week, “we”
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