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Why This Inordinate Publicity Regarding Craig Sager?!

Sure I gushed and am touched by Cindy Stowell and in essence her fame is being on the show “Jeopardy.”

Conversely, Craig Sager, who also recently passed away, never meant much to me. 295 more words

Bo and the CFP

What could have been if Bo Schembechler, who never won a National Championship, had the benefits of the College Football Playoff during his tenure as coach?  1,419 more words

Sports & Recreation

Bo proved that money isn't everything when Texas A&M came calling

Published November 17, 2016

We all have those “I remember where I was when I heard the news” moments.

Some are deeply personal, while others are shared by the general populace—sometimes the whole world over. 1,056 more words

College Football

Harbaugh Echoes Schembechler: No Friday Night Games

By: Will Burchfield

Jim Harbaugh can still hear Bo Schembechler, all these years later.

“We’re gonna tee it up at 1:00 on a Saturday afternoon! 287 more words


Vote: The No. 1 Lakeview football player of all time?

Lakeview has gone from being the ‘other’  city school in Battle Creek in the 1950s and 1960s as a Class B program to now being the largest school in the county. 1,910 more words


Fournette laughs off fight; video tells another story

BATON ROUGE – Apparently, LSU tailback Leonard Fournette can avoid offensive linemen as well as he avoids defensive linemen.

Fournette’s head showed as much lateral movement as his lower body in what was termed a playful “slap” fight with offensive tackle Garrett Brumfield by Fournette and LSU coach Les Miles, but it clearly looked more serious than that on a video obtained by national celebrity news website TMZ as it featured clenched fists and haymaker rights and lefts from both Tigers. 1,199 more words

SEC News

Belleville's Jahmil Taylor has big shoes to fill

Michael Taylor sent his son to Belleville High School this afternoon to pick up his equipment for Monday’s first day of football practice.

Taylor played quarterback at the University of Michigan from 1986 to 1989, the final years under coach Bo Schembechler and “never lost to Ohio State in a game that I started,’’ he noted. 694 more words