I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
Heres the first episode from inside michigan bball. Lets hope this season can match the excitement from last year.
The 91 Heisman Trophy vote would go down still to this day as the biggest margin of victory by any football player. Our very own Desmond Howard won the trophy with 2077 votes beating FSUs Casey Weldon who got 503 votes. Desmond got the highest percentage of first place votes ever with 640 votes to 19 for Weldon. OJ Simpson was at the presentation and his reaction was priceless. Too bad his life spiraled outta control. I also posted the 91 awards ceremony where Desmond won the Maxwell award.
Enjoy and GO BLUE!!!
EDIT: Bruce Feldman confirms the hire:
ORIGINAL RUMORS: According to ESPN's Brett McMurphy as well as footballscoop:
Notre Dame DC Bob Diaco in "serious negotiations" to become UConn coach, source told @ESPN— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) December 12, 2013
Sources tell us Bob Diaco will be the new head coach at UConn. Happy for him http://t.co/sNnVtycOD5— FootballScoop Staff (@footballscoop) December 12, 2013
A lot of coaching news breaking tonight (Boise, EMU, UConn) -- hopefully some news out of Texas will come soon, too?
NEW YORK -- The five power conferences of college sports want more flexibility in providing financial support to athletes.
A major reason they lack that freedom in the first place is other NCAA members have feared widening the wealthiest programs' competitive advantage.
Now NCAA president Mark Emmert and the leaders of those behemoth leagues must convince schools with fewer resources that giving the power conferences greater autonomy is in the best interest of college athletics.
For those confused about the thread title, I refer you to this: http://mgoblog.com/content/why-small-schools-are-overriding-fcoa
If you don't know who Harsin is, you probably haven't heard of Chris Creighton -- he's the current head coach for the Drake Bulldogs.
According to footballscoop, Mike Hart was interviewed for the position -- so at least they gave him a shot.
Sixty Wolverines from 7 fall sports were named to Academic All-B1G Teams. Congratulations to all of the student-athletes honored for their academic and athletic accomplishments.
Michigan's 2013 Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (5)
Mason Ferlic, Jr., aerospace engineering, St. Paul, Minn.
August Pappas, Jr., performance music, Chelsea, Mich.
Nick Posada, Jr., political science, Winter Park, Fla.
Morsi Rayyan, Sr., biology, Dewitt, Mich.
James Yau, Sr., movement science, Troy, Mich.
WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (8)
Brook Handler, Jr., chemical engineering, Rochester Hills, Mich.
Devon Hoppe, Jr., international studies, Newport Beach, Calif.
Gina McNamara, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Northville, Mich.
Anna Pasternak, Jr., psychology, Brighton, Mich.
Megan Pearson, Sr., sport management, Paw Paw, Mich.
Taylor Pogue, Sr., sociology, Goodrich, Mich.
Heather Price, So., mathematics, Holland, Mich.
Brittany Robinson, So., movement science, Fenton, Mich.
FIELD HOCKEY (11)
Jaime Dean, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Marathon, N.Y.
Mackenzie Ellis, Jr., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Madison, N.J.
Sammy Gray, Sr., sociology, Wilmette, Ill.
Lauren Hauge, Sr., environment, Tulsa, Okla.
Chris Lueb, So., computer science, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Rachael Mack, Sr., English, Bromsgrove, England
Taryn Mark, So., art and design, West Vancouver, British Columbia
Ainsley McCallister, Sr., movement science, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Shannon Scavelli, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.
Leslie Smith, Sr., general studies, Hummelstown, Pa.
Lauren Thomas, So., art and design, Aylesbury, England
Courtney Avery, Sr., political science/Afro-American and African Studies, Mansfield, Ohio
Brennen Beyer, Jr., history, Canton, Mich.
Joey Burzynski, Sr., biomedical engineering, Carlsbad, Calif.
Jareth Glanda, Gr., movement science, Rochester Hills, Mich.
Graham Glasgow, Jr., economics, Aurora, Ill.
Jeremy Jackson, Sr., general studies, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Joe Kerridge, Jr., sport management, Traverse City, Mich.
Desmond Morgan, Jr., secondary education/social studies, Holland, Mich.
Joe Reynolds, Sr., Spanish, Rochester, Mich.
Matt Wile, Jr., industrial and operations engineering, San Diego, Calif.
MEN'S SOCCER (10)
Tyler Arnone, Sr., physical education, Hicksville, N.Y.
Adam Grinwis, Sr., Spanish, Ada, Mich.
Ezekiel Harris, Sr., political science, Flint, Mich.
Tyler Leppek, Sr., biochemistry, Rochester, Mich.
Nick Lewin, Sr., civil engineering, Walled Lake, Mich.
Ben Manko, Jr., organizational studies, Mission Viejo, Calif.
Colin McAtee, Jr., economics, San Diego, Calif.
Dylan Mencia, Sr., economics, Honesdale, Pa.
James Murphy, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Oxford, England
Fabio Pereira, Sr., general studies, Sao Paulo, Brazil
WOMEN'S SOCCER (13)
Maddie Clarfield, So., business administration, Malibu, Calif.
Nkem Ezurike, Sr., economics, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia
Corinne Harris, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Chicago, Ill.
Holly Hein, Sr., screen arts and cultures, Castaic, Calif.
Zaryn Jennings, Jr., environment, Dexter, Mich.
Danielle Mazur, Jr., economics, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Christina Ordonez, So., Literature, Science and the Arts/undeclared, Elmhurst, Ill.
Jen Pace, Jr., biopsychology, cognition and neuroscience, Valley Village, Calif.
Sydney Raguse, So., School of Kinesiology/undeclared, Newport Beach, Calif.
Megan Schechtman, Jr., movement science, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Chloe Sosenko, Jr., psychology, South Lyon, Mich.
Keyana Thompson-Shaw, Sr., sport management, Long Beach, Calif.
Shelina Zadorsky, Sr., psychology, London, Ontario