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October 26, 2007 - Image 9

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8B Saturday, October 27, 2007
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Name: The Little Brown Jug
Location: Undisclosed. The actual jug disappeared from the Michigan
trophy case in 1930 and wasn't returned until an Ann Arbor gas station
attendant found it behind a clump of bushes in 1934. Since then, the equip-
ment manager for each team is responsible for closely guarding the real
trophy while a replica sits in the trophy case.
Drinkability rating: Low. As Lloyd said when asked if he had ever drank
anything out of it: "No. I don't think I would want to do that."
Urineability rating: None existent. We would never desecrate such a
hallowed trophy.
Favorite story: We shouldn't have to tell you this one. But if you want
to hear a great rendition of the history, listen to Lloyd's press conference
from Monday. About as good as it gets.


Name: The Brown Jug
Established: 1938
Location: 2014 S. University st.
Drinkability rating: Pretty high. A football player or two (or 10) have
been known to show up at the watering hole on a Saturday night.
Urineability rating: Average. Sure, a trough filled with ice seems like a
fine place to pee after you've knocked back a few, but have you ever done it
sober? It's a little too awkward for Daily Sports.
Favorite story: Insert your own. Bonus points if vomiting is included.

Former defensive back Darnell Hood poses after taking back the Brown Jug with a
28-l4 win at Minnesota last season.

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