Jim Harbaugh confirms ‘fabulous’ honorary captain for Penn State game

This coming Saturday, the No. 5 Michigan Wolverines will be back at it when they welcome the No. 14 Penn State Nittany Lions to the Big House.

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On Monday, Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh spoke to the media during his weekly press conference and he confirmed that former Michigan basketball player Chris Webber will be the honorary captain for this week’s game.

Webber, of course, was part of the infamous “Fab Five” which consisted of himself, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, Ray Jackson, and Juwan Howard.

During his two seasons at Michigan, Webber averaged 17.4 points and 10.0 rebounds per game. During his freshman season, Webber led the Wolverines all the way to the National Championship game where they were blown out by Duke. The following season, the “Fab Five” managed to get all the way to the final game once again before falling to North Carolina in a game where Webber called a timeout when the Wolverines had none remaining.

Webber, who was accused of accepting in excess of $200,00 from a local booster, was eventually convicted with perjury and was banned from any affiliation with Michigan through 2013.


Detroit Lions DL Ricky Jean Francois calls out teammates following loss to Seahawks

The Detroit Lions should be embarrassed after their abysmal performance during Sunday’s 28-14 loss at home to the Seattle Seahawks. After all, the Lions were dominated in all three phases of the game as the Seahawks were clearly the more prepared team and the team that wanted the win the most.

Following the game, Lions defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois spoke to the media and he was clearly not thrilled as he called out his teammates.

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