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In indoor football, the scores can be so inflated at times that it takes a real performer to stand out on the defensive side of the ball. Presley joined the Saginaw Sting for the 2015 American Indoor Football League season, and he wasted no time making an impact in their season opener against ASI Reading. Comment?
Soon after the NCAA tournament field was announced on Sunday, Georgia operations coordinator Matt Bucklin got a call from his mother. Had Georgia been bracketed with any of the other 66 teams in the tournament field, that fact would have been a given. Comment?
Having coached a depleted roster comprised mostly of under-recruited talent and little-known prospects this season, John Beilein went hunting this week. He chased big game. Comment?
Scout.com director of basketball recruiting Evan Daniels reported Monday night that 2015 five-star forward Jaylen Brown of Marietta, Georgia will take an official visit to Ann Arbor on Jan. 24, the same weekend U-M hosts the Badgers. A 6-foot-7 small forward, Brown previously took official visits to Kentucky, Kansas and UCLA, and most recently visited North Carolina for its game against Louisville last weekend. Comment?
Having begun recruiting Scout.com's No. 1-ranked 2015 prospect just over a month ago, U-M has earned one of Brown's coveted official officials. Comment?
Jaylen Brown received scholarship offers from the likes of Louisville, Arizona UCLA as far back as the spring of 2013. Last week, the 6-foot-7 small forward took an official visit to Kentucky's Big Blue Madness, the Cats' annual tour de force of self-absorption. Comment?
Carl McCleskey says he tossed and turned for two months trying to figure out just how to pose one of his latest creations - a bronze sculpture of Rotary founder Paul Harris that is to be unveiled Tuesday, Sept. 16, during a ceremony outside the Pere Marquette Depot in downtown Bay City. Comment?
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