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September 18, 2009 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 2009-09-18

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with EMU quarterback
Andy Schmitt
Name the one non-sports-related item you can't live
without - My car.
Perfect pregame meal - Some pasta, steak or chicken
and a potato.
Ideal superpower and why - Invisibility. For playing
football, you could sneak into practice and look at people's
gameplan. And on the field, no one would be able to take
you down.
What's a hidden talent - That's a tough one. Nothing
really pops up.
Most embarrassing football moment.- When we lost
last year to homecoming against Northern.
Worst school picture ever and describe it - Back in like
the sixth grade, I had a slick combover.
Biggest fear - I hate failure.
Favorite sports rivalry - Eastern Michigan and Central
Favorite class - Methods of Teaching of Individual Sport.
If we came to campus, we'd be most likely to find you
where? You could find me at the Convocation Center,
either getting treatment or watching game film.
What's the best option: Playoffs or BCS? Playoffs, I'd like
to see that.
Best meal you can cook by yourself - Stir fry or
pulled pork.
Favorite pro sports team - Tigers and Lions.
If you had three words to describe your coach, what
would they be? Intense, Passionate and detailed.
If you could only watch one movie for the rest of your
life, what would it be? Wedding Crashers.


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