Whether you pick your bracket off basketball knowledge or everyone's favorite pastime -- mascots, this year's opening weekend left no shortage of busted brackets. Each year I think it can't get any better, and that couldn't be the furthest from the truth. Thursday through Sunday was filled with Retrievers, buzzer beaters, and a lady named … Continue reading Pure Madness: First Weekend Recap
When Consuming Media started, one of the things I said I wanted to blog about was music. Well, I finally decided to get some words down about what I’ve been listening to. I’ll talk about how I came to listen to a certain artist or album and what I think of it, or why I’ve … Continue reading In Rotation: What I’ve been listening to lately
Reports have surfaced today out of Seattle that the Seahawks are preparing to move on from their four-time Pro Bowl cornerback, and Legion of Boom leader, Richard Sherman. While nothing is set in stone just yet, Sherman has reportedly been saying his goodbyes to teammates and his own mother has posted on social media indicating … Continue reading Richard Sherman On The Move?
One year ago, Michigan Basketball went on a four game tear in the Big Ten Tournament capped off by cutting down the nets. The adversity of a plane crash, and the memories of victory are fresh in the minds of players and fans alike. Although Michigan is without three key members of that team, the … Continue reading B1G Tournament Preview
As the month of February ticks along, we inch ever closer to college basketball fans favorite time of year: March Madness. Sunday's win for Michigan over the #8 Buckeyes sealed their tournament hopes for yet another season. It is no secret that Michigan is playing for seeding as opposed to fighting for their tournament lives … Continue reading March is on the Horizon
Recruiting is the life-blood of any successful college program no matter the sport. Some coaches require more game ready talent to have success, while others relish in prospects that need a little tune up before striking fear into their opponents by the time they are upperclassmen. John Beilein would fall into the latter category of … Continue reading Recruiting Season Strikes Gold
The Highest Rated Class in MAC History 2017 was a very disappointing year for Broncos fans. Coming off a historic 13-1 record, a Cotton Bowl appearance in 2016 and on the heels of PJ Fleck leaving for Minnesota, the 6-6 record in 2017 was less than ideal. Names like Darius Phillips and Chukwuma Okorafor … Continue reading 2018 WMU Recruiting Review