Players to Watch: Week 4

By Adeel Ansari (’21) Week 4 in the NFL had some spectacular games. Whether it be the Buccaneers pulling off an underdog win against last year’s Super Bowl contenders, the Rams, or and obvious Chargers win against, arguably the worst team in the league, the Dolphins, Sunday was quite a day for teams all around the NFL. Here are some individuals on the teams that … Continue reading Players to Watch: Week 4

Top Candidates for Lion’s Head Coach Vacancy

-Alex Fry (‘19)   After four interesting and rather mediocre seasons, Jim Caldwell is finished as the head Coach of the Lions. He certainly was not a bad coach. In fact, he was the first Lions coach to have multiple seasons with a winning record since Joe Schmidt, who retired 1972. The only problem with Jim Caldwell was his inability to raise the Lions to … Continue reading Top Candidates for Lion’s Head Coach Vacancy

College Football Playoff Predictions

-Alex Fry (‘19)   After two weeks of upsets, close games and broken dreams to close this year’s college football regular season, one thing was certainly clear to the College Football Playoff Committee: the Big Ten is not capable of having a worthy team for the playoffs. With Wisconsin losing to Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship Game, ruining their perfect season, the Big … Continue reading College Football Playoff Predictions

It Is Time for the Big Ten to Worry About A Playoff Spot

-Alex Fry (‘19)   For a long time running, the Big Ten has consistently been host to powerhouse football teams. Whether it was Joe Paterno’s Nittany Lions, Bo Schembechler’s Wolverines or more recent teams such as Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes and Mark Dantonio’s Spartans, the Big Ten has always had a team feared throughout the nation. Along with these great teams always came an appearance in … Continue reading It Is Time for the Big Ten to Worry About A Playoff Spot

Taking A Critical Look at Jim Harbaugh

-Alex Fry (‘19)   When Jim Harbaugh was hired by Michigan in the winter of 2014, fans rejoiced as if it were The Second Coming. After seven years of mediocrity and disappointment under Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke, expectations were high for the former NFL coach, and his resume definitely supported his cause. Harbaugh had a storied career as a quarterback in both college and … Continue reading Taking A Critical Look at Jim Harbaugh