Thursday Quick Hits: The Check Is in the Mail

By · Thursday, July 31, 2008 · 1:34 AM |  Share | Leave a Comment 
  • The Free Press profiled Mike Barwis.
  • The BTN compiled a list of people from the Big Ten that qualified for the Olympics. Michigan had the most by far with 28 qualifiers.
  • Ball State head coach and former Michigan assistant Brady Hoke thinks Toledo “will do great” when they play at U-M on October 11.
  • Jake Long got some punches thrown at him by Phillip Merling after Merling was being dominated by Long.
  • Pete Fiutak previews Michigan.
  • Andrew Carter, an offensive lineman recruit that Michigan was going after, committed to Illinois.
  • West Virginia is expecting to receive a $2.5 million check from Michigan to take care of part of Rich Rodriguez’s buyout.
  • ESPN’s Mark Schlabach has Michigan 6th on his list of the most hated teams in the country.
  • A Big Ten official that missed a crucial call in last year’s Ohio State-Illinois game reportedly didn’t have his contract renewed for this coming season.
  • Two Penn State defensive tackles were kicked off the team by Joe Paterno.
  • Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour will be featured on a giant Joey Harrington-like billboard on the back of Comerica Park’s scoreboard.

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