Not only can Michigan football recruit Shane Morris throw a football, but he can do at least one killer impersonation. In a recent ESPN video that featured recruits doing their best impersonations of coaches they encountered on the recruiting trail, Morris busts out his best Mark Dantonio. Watch the video (Morris’ impersonation starts at 37 seconds) in this post.
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Here’s to hoping you had a great Fourth of July week. Now that everyone is back at work, why don’t you check out our top 10 stories from the week that was.
As a college runner at Iowa, Diane Nukuri Johnson racked up the honors. But before she rant for the Hawkeyes, Nukuri Johnson competed for Burundi in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney as a teenager. Now she’s back competing for Burundi in the marathon and she’s also one of a handful of Big Ten names chronicling their Olympic adventures for BTN.com. Find more journals here.
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It’s Monday, it’s the height of vacation season, but that doesn’t mean the Big Ten football news is at the beach riding waves.
(AP) Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer dismissed senior linebacker Storm Klein from the football team on Saturday following his arrest on domestic violence and assault charges.
Perhaps you saw the picture posted to our BTN Facebook page Thursday. If not, you might want to do yourself a favor and click inside to see a classic photo of BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo. The photo, courtesy of Alyson B. Ryan, is of DiNardo, then a Colorado assistant, taken anywhere from 1982-1990, DiNardo’s tenure in Boulder. See the photo in this post.
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Former basketball star Shawn Respert and five other Spartan products will be inducted into the Michigan State Athletics Hall of Fame on Thursday, Sept. 20, it was announced Friday. Respert, the program’s all-time leading scorer, is joined in this year’s class by Carl Banks (football), Emily Bastel (women’s golf), Clinton Jones (football/track), Diane Spoelstra (women’s basketball/softball/volleyball) and George Szypula (men’s gymnastics coach).