Donnal is up for an Ohio player of the week award. It looks like he should have no problem winning it but I wanted to pass it on to the board.
You can vote here if you're so inclined, http://www.jjhuddle.com/forums/showthread.php?t=274621
Edit: Actually there is a kid from Salem who is ahead...
Edit2: Thanks for the votes! Donnal was down ~200 votes and has now pulled ahead, voting ends 1/3. FWIW,he had a really solid week and plays a really good Central Catholic team tonight.
Edit3: Kid from Salem is back up by 70 votes.
Edit4: I don't know how bots work but votes for the kid from Salem appear to by increasing at an unrealistic rate...
Hello, again, MGoBloggers! It's been an interesting December, full of highs and pitfalls - cliffs, if you will. One thing has been steady and true - the basketball team continues to win. To help aid in the process of defining one's life's worth through wins and losses, I've created another "calendar" wallpaper. This one is for, as the title suggests, the January slate of Michigan basketball. Before a bunch of curmudgeons (you know who you are) point it out, this is obviously not the whole team being featured. This is who I believe should be the starting crew the rest of the way. If you don't like it, well that's, like, your opinion, man. Anyway, I hope you like it. As always, constructive criticism and/or requests are welcome, as I'm always looking for new ideas to continue to hone my relatively primitive Adobe skills.
Mobile (iPhone, etc)
NOTE: Mobile version will come as I get time. Maybe tonight if I get a bout of insomnia - who knows?
EDIT: I took the easy way out for the mobile version for now. I'll ask forgiveness later, but it'll do until I can put some real effort into an alternative mobile version.
Tom Izzo has announced that sophomore SF Brandan Kearney is transferring from the MSU program. He was a 3-star from Detroit Southeastern and was considered to be a key piece down the road for the Spartans.
Looks like Izzo will need to scratch even harder to fill a one- or two-man class for next year.
Unfortunately, the only link currently available is from the Freep: