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BRANDON OUT AT UM.....F, 10/31/14


University of Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon
has resigned.

UofM announced the resignation at a Friday afternoon
news conference.

James Hackett, like Brandon a 1970s Wolverine football player under
legendary UM coach Bo Schembechler, has been named Michigan's interim

Under fire from students, alumni and the Michigan Board of Regents,
Brandon submitted his letter of resignation earlier this week.

Students had prepared 2,000 t-shirts reading "Fire Brandon" to wear
at Saturday's Homecoming game vs Indiana and still plan to distribute

The Regents were aligned along political lines against Brandon 6-2.
Brandon, a former Republican one-term member of that Board, was
hired as Wolverine AD on March 8, 2010. His contract had been extended
into 2018.

Brandon fired unpopular head football coach Rick Rodriguez and
replaced him with curren...   [ Read More... ]

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On OCT 23RD the three finalists were named for each position in the AL and NL 2014 "Gold Glove" Award balloting for fielding excellence. Three Tigers were among the nominees with the winners to be announced NOV 4TH. Of the Detroit Tigers listed below, who was NOT nominated?
Alex Avila
Miguel Cabrera
Torii Hunter
Ian Kinsler

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  • Fan Fact

    OCTOBER 31, 2008:     The Plymouth Whalers lost their third consecutive game, 6-3 at London, while going just 1-for-10 in a generous and road rare 2-to-1 power play advantage of 10-to-5 chances. While London's Daniel Erlich couldn't quite manage a Hat Trick, he did colect three points in his Halloween Treat bag, a pair of goals (#4 & #5) and an assist. Sergei Korostin (#2), Philip McRae (#7), Nazem Kadri (#11) and Kale Kerbashian (#7) also scored for the Knights. Kaine Geldart had his first multi-goal game of the season for the Whalers by scoring a pair (#4 & #5) and A.J. Jenks (#2, a PPG) had Plymouh's other goal. Whalers goaltender Jeremy Smith made 35-SV and London's Jason Guy had 33-SV.

    POW Award

    With Pro Bowl WR Calvin Johnson (ankle) and others all sidelined, Tate has become the top target in the Lion offense. Tate had a second consecutive big game in a second straight Detroit come from behind win when the Lions edged the Atlanta Falcons on OCT 26TH in London, ENG. Tate caught a 59-yd touchdown pass to kick-start Detroit's 2nd half comeback from a 21-0 halftime deficit. His 32-yd reception began the winning field goal drive and the Lions edged Atlanta 22-21 as time expired. On the day, Tate had seven grabs for 151-yds (just 3-yds shy of his career-high set the week before). The Notre Dame alum, Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl champion, off-season Lion free agent signee is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of October 20th--26th, 2014. It's his first ever POW Award.      

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