BREAKING: ‘Legendary’ Central Michigan coach retires

According to reports, Sue Guevara, the winningest women’s basketball coach in Central Michigan University history, has retired. BREAKING: Legendary women’s basketball coach Sue Guevara, who’s built quite the program at Central Michigan, is retiring, per source. Team is being told right now. More details to come. — Tony Paul (@TonyPaul1984) July 12, 2019 CMU made … Read more

DE Michael Danna transfers to Michigan

The Michigan Wolverines announced yesterday that defensive end Michael Danna would be joining the football program as a graduate transfer. Welcome to Michigan, Michael Danna! @MDanna7 The graduate transfer from Central Michigan is a defensive lineman and will be eligible to compete this fall. #GoBlue | #NewBlue pic.twitter.com/zaQuWPswfM — Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) February 20, 2019 A Detroit native, … Read more

BREAKING: Michigan DE Deron Irving-Bey transfers

With the season opener against Notre Dame less than two weeks away,  former Michigan DE Deron Irving-Bey has decided to transfer. According to Central Michigan head coach John Bobemego, Irving-Bey will be a Chippewa moving forward. https://twitter.com/CMUCoachBono/status/1031723832309178369 The first report came from Evan Petzold of CM Life, the student newspaper for Central Michigan. From CM Life: … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 18

All good things must come to an end at some point. And we’re looking at our final hoops roundup of the season. Thanks a ton to those who enjoy the content. First, let’s congratulate Michigan on another impressive showing in the Big Ten Tournament to earn a second straight conference tournament title heading into the … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 17

Selection Sunday is two weeks away. Will your favorite mitten team make the dance? Mittens says if they’re not Spartans or Wolverines… they’re only making it by winning their conference tourney. Both the Big Ten and Horizon League begin their league tournaments and I’m glad this early start is just a one-time deal for the … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 15

One month from this past Sunday, the field of 68 for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament will be revealed. In fact, it was on Sunday that the selection committee revealed a sneak peek of who the top 16 teams in the tournament — top four in each region — would be if the … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 14

Now with Super Bowl LII in our rear-view mirror, the sports focus turns to college hoops and what should be an exciting finish to the regular season; one that has already been completely unpredictable. This week in the mitten, the trio of Mid-American programs look to continue making one final push; and a colossal top-5 … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 13

With the calendar set to flip to February this week, college basketball action around the country is about to get more intense. Here in the mitten, it will be no different. Notable action this week around the mitten; how two Big Ten clubs fare in some potential trap games, whether one Horizon League team is … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 12

It was not a particularly strong week from the mitten’s seven major college basketball programs. The group managed just a 6-7 record collectively, with two local teams going winless. The action continues this week with key games that will continue to impact the races in the Big Ten, Horizon League, and Mid-American Conference. CENTRAL MICHIGAN … Read more

BREAKING: Legendary sportscaster, Michigan native Dick Enberg passes at 82

Legendary sports broadcaster Dick Enberg has passed away at the age of 82. His career spanned 60 years and several sports on numerous radio and television stations. Beloved Hall of Fame broadcaster Dick Enberg has died. He was 82. https://t.co/qrYyAu3ive — ESPN (@espn) December 22, 2017 He had been scheduled to fly to Boston but … Read more