Just released article about EMU' men Basketball coach
MAC athletic department power index. . interesting.
I know I am over a week late in posting this. Why I care about them winning is because former EMU player Tim Bond (played for EMU 2015-2018) is on the team. Good to see him having a successful career after college! https://twitter.com/itsbout_tim?lang=en
TJ Lang announced his retirement from the NFL the other. One of the greatest players to ever play for EMU.
The URL says it all. None of my words would add additional value.
Vote Now - who do you think provided a better representation of the MAC's style of football?
* In the WNY market the game had more than *double* the ratings of the OSU / Purdue game... * The only things rated higher in Buffalo on Saturday was the local and national news. * It did better than shows on during weeknight primetime in WNY
Adam was interviewed about the process of joining the national team, and the experience of the event. Good for him, and MAC soccer.
On November 13, 2013, Diesel, NIU’s live Huskie mascot, brought a smile to college football fans across the country when he gave a spirited "High Five" to celebrate a Huskie touchdown! Television broadcasters captured the magical moment and broadcast it to a delighted nationwide television audience. Later ESPN’s Sportscenter also highlighted the moment. It was a genuine heart-warming display of Huskie spirit that captured the hearts of college football fans from coast to coast. Diesel is no longer with us, but he will not be forgotten by Huskie football fans. To honor Diesel, his owner and handler Tom Bonnevier and to honor all past, current and future Huskie mascots, the Diesel Memorial Project has been established. The Project has a goal of raising funds to pay for the sculpting of a bronze memorial statue of Diesel in his famous "High Five" pose. The statue commemorates that event and celebrates the unique association with Huskie football of Diesel and other past, current and future mascots. The statue will be sculpted by renowned sculptor Renee Bemis. An agreement has been reached with the NIU Foundation to place the sculpture in a prominent place outside Huskie Stadium.