If you happen to be a Michigan football fan and you were turned in to Friday night’s game on ESPN between South Florida and Tulsa, something may have caught you attention.
During the game, one of the announcers said, “Michigan gets Tarik Black back,” as he was talking about Saturday’s matchup between Michigan and Wisconsin.
The guy calling the South Florida-Tulsa game just said, "Michigan gets Tarik Black back," referring to the Wisconsin game. Did I miss that news?
— Derick Hutchinson (@Derick_Hutch) October 13, 2018
There has not yet been confirmation as to when exactly Black will return from his foot injury but is was reported that he is out of his walking boot and he could return to the field soon.
Nation, how big of a deal would this be for the Wolverines’ offense?
Debate Continues on Potential Sergei Fedorov Jersey Retirement
The Hall of Fame career of Sergei Fedorov can’t be questioned, especially when it comes to his tenure with the Detroit Red Wings.
During his 13 years with Detroit, Fedorov scored 400 goals (4th in Red Wings history), put up 554 assists (7th in Red Wings history) for a total of 954 points (6th in Red Wings history). He won the Hart Trophy in 1994 as the NHL’s most valuable player, won the Selke Trophy twice as the NHL’s top defensive forward, and was an integral part of the 1997, 1998 and 2002 Stanley Cup winning teams.
But of course, his time with Detroit wasn’t without controversy, and the way it ended in 2003 with his departure to Anaheim (who had just swept Detroit out the playoffs months earlier) still rubs some fans the wrong way. His decision to hold out at the start of the 1997-98 season and sign a massive offer sheet with the Carolina Hurricanes that Detroit matched was rumored to not have sat well with Mike Ilitch.
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