Tuesday Quick Hits: Schedule Set for Michigan Madness

By · Tuesday, October 6, 2009 · 4:40 AM |  Share | 4 Comments 
  • Michigan’s night game against Iowa on Saturday is going to be nationally broadcast on ABC.
  • The Delaware State game on October 17 will start at noon and be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
  • The E:60 story about Elliott Mealer is going to air tonight at 7 p.m. on ESPN.
  • The schedule for Michigan Madness, which takes place a week from Friday, has been released.  Gates to Crisler Arena won’t open until 8 p.m., but “Borseth’s BBQ” for Michigan students will start at 7 p.m. and be held outside of Crisler.  The basketball-related activities will get started shortly after 8, and the list of events includes a skills competition, a three-point shootout, a dunk contest featuring DeShawn Sims, Manny Harris, Zack Novak, and Darius Morris, and finally a 10-minute long scrimmage for the women’s team and another one for the men’s team.
  • It looks like freshman cornerback J.T. Turner is going to be redshirted.  Obviously there is still a chance that he could play, but considering he hasn’t even played yet at a position hurting for talent outside of Donovan Warren, I highly doubt he will progress enough to see the field this season.
  • Braylon Edwards allegedly hit a friend of LeBron James early Monday morning outside of a club.  The situation definitely doesn’t look good for Braylon, especially now that LeBron has called him out for what he described as “childish” actions.

4 Comments

  1. The Truth says:

    I wish Braylon could get out of that hell hole. It has to be beyond depressing playing for that team.

  2. ST says:

    I wish Braylon would just grow up.
    He had maturity issues at UM, and apparently still does.
    Hell of a talent, but time to grow up none the less.

  3. Matt says:

    I don’t think we should take maturity comments from LeBron James at face value, given his actions last year when the Cavs were eliminated.

  4. The Truth says:

    Guess I got my wish. I’m happy Braylon went to the Jets. Now it’s on him.

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