Madonna wants her daughter to go to U-M

<p>Madonna</a> tells NFL Network's Rich Eisen she wants daughter to go to University of Michigan |</p>

<p>When the 53-year-old sat down with NFL Network anchor Rich Eisen to discuss her halftime performance in Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI, the two former Wolverines shared a touching "Go Blue" moment.</p>

<p>Eisen: Y'know, I went to the University of Michigan-</p>

<p>Madonna: Which is amazing. High-fives. Go Blue.</p>

<p>Eisen: Go Blue. Go Blue, Madonna. I never thought I'd say that.</p>

<p>Madonna: I want my daughter to go there.</p>

<p>Eisen:You do?</p>

<p>Madonna: I do. UMich.</p>

<p>Eisen: Well let's work on that.</p>

<p>Madonna: I'm working that. I keep telling her Ann Arbor's an awesome place.</p>

<p>The above segment is at 4:42 of the video (link at bottom of article).</p>

<p>That was a REALLY awkward interview, that's why sports guys shouldn't interview non-sports guys, he had no idea was he was doing.</p>

<p>I don't know many alums who would not want their kids to attend Michigan. My son is so going there...class of '32 baby! ;)</p>

<p>It'll be pretty cool if she did attend. Go blue! ^_^</p>

<p>@Alexandre, LOL.</p>

<p>"My son is so going there...class of '32 baby!"</p>

<p>I recommend he take AP blocks and legos and go for student body president at his nursery school. Gotta beef up those ECs.</p>

<p>I am way ahead of you MoP2. In the attached picture, you can clearly see Georges explaining the concepts of differentiation and integration. </p>

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<p>He can also recite his if he could only learn the rest of the alphabet! ;)</p>

<p>Why not? We could use a few celebrities around here.</p>