ESPN (YTESPN) article on the "dead snap," meant to avoid snap disasters. And Coach Jim is right at the forefront of the revolution.
Having watched ISU football for the last 40 years (living only 10 miles from the stadium) they could sure use another year of eligibility from him.
The first Wolverine gridder to receive the B1G's highest honor in 17 years.
First awarded in 1914, a male and female (since 1982) athlete from each B1G school is presented "to a student in the graduating class that has demonstrated proficiency in scholarship and athletics"
Here are all the Medal of Honor recipients from the Michigan Football program.
|1921-22||Robert Jerome Dunne|
|1940-41||Forest Evashevski, Sr.|
|1943-44||Paul Grover White|
|1946-47||Paul G. White|
|1954-55||J. Daniel Cline|
Butt with Nicole Artz of Women's Gymnastics who won the female Medal of Honor.
There's an article in the Detroit News this morning about former WR/S/LB Cam Gordon. Apparetnly, he was still hanging on in the NFL, but some back injuries have put an end to that path. He is now going to join the Michigan State Police trooper recruiting school with the hope of becoming a full time trooper. The majority of the article is about funding for the MSP and how pending retirments mean that more recruits are necessary.
Just for fun, here is his Hello post from December of 2008.