Can you feel that in the air? That's Reverse Survivor, pals and gal pals. Division I currently holds two teams without a win this season -- VMI and Michigan -- and one of those teams has a chance to end the competition tonight, under the lights, in the Big House. This is why college lacrosse remains the best.
Neither Detroit or Michigan are particularly good teams, but Reverse Survivor doesn't care whether a team is good, bad, or actually a collection of tomato soup cans put together to look like a lacrosse team; Reverse Survivor only cares whether teams will continue to lose regardless of the circumstances. Looking at the remaining schedules for both VMI and Michigan, the Keydets are likely to finish the season winless unless they can get a victory against three-win Manhattan (not impossible, but this is VMI), and Michigan's road -- if they can't beat the Titans tonight -- doesn't look all that hot either with only a potential victory remaining against St. Joseph's.
This is it, people. The eyes of the universe are set upon Ann Arbor tonight.
Here is your highlight for the day:
Detroit at Michigan: This, basically:
Here's today's full schedule with links to things so that you can monitor the carnage (Wagner isn't in action today because it doesn't believe in the existence of the State of Michigan):
Leave your notes about the games or anything else (QUERY: "Tally ho" or "Ahoy, mateys"?) in the comments below.