Jayru Campbell (Cass Tech) wins Harlon Hill Trophy

Ferris State junior quarterback Jayru Campbell was named the Harlon Hill Trophy winner Friday. Full Release – FERRIS STATE’S JAYRU CAMPBELL WINS 2018 HARLON HILL TROPHY AS DIVISION II FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR – https://t.co/yxsuFeLLMN pic.twitter.com/6wiNLWM8R7 — Harlon Hill Award (@HarlonHillAward) December 14, 2018 The Harlon Hill Trophy is awarded to the individual selected as … Read more

NFL Draft Roundup: Players from state of Michigan who were drafted or signed

The NFL Draft has come and gone. Of the 256 draft selections made from Thursday through Saturday, a total of seven players from schools in the state of Michigan were formally drafted this weekend, plus a whole host of others who went undrafted later signed with teams. Add in all the players from the mitten that … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – Players who have signed pro contracts so far

Now that the 2017-18 college hockey season is in the rearview mirror, it is decision time for players around the country, including here in the mitten, regarding their futures as a pro. Let’s take a look at the players here in the state of Michigan who have decided to ink pro contracts and continue their … Read more

JUST IN: Ferris State defeats Northern State in Division II national title game

A tip of the cap to the Ferris State Bulldogs, who took down Northern State (SD) 71-69 in the NCAA Division II men’s basketball championship to secure their first national title in the sport. NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! 🏆 Ferris State has won the 2018 #D2MBB National Championship! #EliteEight pic.twitter.com/6BoftnLn1B — NCAA Division II (@NCAADII) March 24, … Read more

W2W4: Ferris State eyes first ever Division II national championship on Saturday

Ferris State is, without question, enjoying their best season on the hardwood this year. The Bulldogs men’s basketball team are an incredible 37-1 on the year, coming off a 85-79 win over West Texas A&M on Thursday, and are now in line to win the school’s first ever national championship of any kind. 37 DOWN, … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 23

Few things, if any, are better than playoff hockey. Any Michigander will vouch for that. It goes for the college kids as well, and the postseason for many of the mitten-made teams begins this weekend. The Big Ten and WCHA begin their three-week conference tournaments this week, while the NCHC wraps up their regular season. … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 22

We’ve reached the finish line… well, mostly. Six of the seven college hockey teams here in the mitten wrap up their regular seasons this weekend and conference tournaments for our Big Ten and WCHA contingent will begin next weekend. And just about every game we have here in the mitten this week has major playoff … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 21

The mitten is heating up and so is the action on ice here. Mitten teams have anywhere from two to six games left on the schedule and regardless who you root for, every shift and every play counts toward making a strong finish towards the end. It’ll be a limited schedule here again this weekend. … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 20

We’ve got more enticing hockey here in the mitten this week. Without question, the focal point will be a reunion of rivals in the Big Ten, in which one of the two games in the series will take place in downtown Detroit. Exempt from this week’s mitten hockey coverage will be Ferris State (12-19-1) and … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 19

February, for all of college hockey, brings the final stretch of the regular season. With scheduled games dwindling quickly, each one becomes that much more important. A number of teams in the mitten may be playing their season’s most important pair of games this weekend. With six of the seven mitten-made clubs on the road, … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 18

Last weekend was an exciting one for college hockey in the mitten with eight of the 12 games featuring the state’s seven Division I programs being decided by just one goal. We now turn our attention to Week 18 and the final weekend in January. Only six of the seven mitten-made hockey clubs will be … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hockey, Week 17

Mittens is back with a weekly roundup of the Mitten’s College Hockey Roundup. This week will feature both Michigan and Michigan State tangling with ranked teams in their own conference, as well as an in-state showdown in the upper peninsula. FERRIS STATE BULLDOGS RECAP: Ferris State (10-15-1) earned a split with Lake Superior State up … Read more

WEEK 12: Ferris State at Northern Michigan; Lake Superior State at Michigan Tech

Hard to imagine that we’ve already reached the halfway point in the 2017-18 college hockey season. This is the final week of play for the majority of teams around the country before taking a week off for the holidays. Some teams effectively played their final first-half series last weekend and won’t resume play until roughly … Read more

WEEK 11: Michigan, Michigan State resume rivalry; Ferris State battles Michigan Tech

We have ourselves a full slate of college hockey this week in Michigan. All seven teams are in action, including a pair of in-state conference showdowns. FERRIS STATE BULLDOGS vs. MI-TECH HUSKIES RECAP: Ferris State (8-9-1) found themselves a nice rhythm had home last weekend against Alaska-Anchorage, potting seven goals in total en route to … Read more

WEEK 10: Spartans tangle with Notre Dame; Western Michigan travels to North Dakota

We’re back from the holiday weekend and we’re reading for more hockey as the calendar flips to December this upcoming weekend. This week, both Michigan and Michigan Tech will be absent from the roundup as they still recover from eating too much over Thanksgiving… just kidding, they both have a bye. The No. 17 Wolverines … Read more

W2W4: Ferris State continues Division II football playoff run on Saturday

The NCAA Division II football playoffs continue this Saturday and we’re onto the second round. Among the final 16 teams left standing is Ferris State. After securing a victory last weekend in the opening round of the playoffs, the Bulldogs now look to stay alive on Saturday. FSU (10-1) picked up a hard-earned 24-19 win … Read more