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  • Rockford defense dominates in 17-7 win over Hudsonville

    ROCKFORD, Mich. — Rockford’s defense brought Hudsonville to a halt in a 17-7 win Friday night to help the Rams stay undefeated. The Rams forced several turnovers and shut down everyone outside of Eagles quarterback Ike Irish. “We knew he was the real deal and we had to play our A-game to beat him,” senior defensive lineman Reid Nicholson said. “I feel like we played one heck of a game and we played it like Rockford plays it.” Ball security […]

  • Red Hawks’ defense shuts down FHC in 30-6 win

    CEDAR SPRINGS, Mich. — Cedar Springs dominated on both sides of the ball in a 30-6 win Friday night against Forest Hills Central. The Red Hawks held the Rangers to just 134 yards of offense and forced three turnovers in their fifth win of the season. Heading into the game, the focus was supposed to be the Red Hawks offense against what had been a stifling FHC defense. But it turned out to be the opposite. “We established that we […]

  • ‘Trying to survive’: Mike Avery among Ohio State doctor’s victims

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — An investigation continues into a now-deceased doctor at Ohio State University who sexually abused at least 177 students during his time at the school. Richard Strauss was a physician at OSU from 1978 to 1998 who was responsible for the medical care of student-athletes. An independent investigation found Strauss repeatedly groped dozens of male athletes and other students over the two decades he worked for the school. In OSU’s annual crime report released this week — which […]

  • Wassink, Broncos cruise past CMU to retain Victory Cannon

    KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Western Michigan’s balanced offensive attack sliced up the Central Michigan defense as the Broncos cruised to a 31-15 victory Saturday. Senior quarterback Jon Wassink completed 18-of-29 passes for 244 yards and two total touchdowns and running back LeVante Bellamy added 105 yards and a touchdown. WMU head coach Tim Lester said he was happy with his offense’s efficiency in limited snaps. “Offensively, we knew we were going to get limited touches, they were in no hurry. We […]

  • Leroy Quinn, Oakridge get revenge on Montague in OT win

    MONTAGUE, Mich. — Senior running back Leroy Quinn piled up 144 yards and scored the game-winning touchdown in Oakridge’s 15-13 overtime win over Montague. Quinn had Friday night’s game marked on the calendar since last season when Montague narrowly defeated the Eagles. “What I’ve been waiting for is to beat Montague,” Quinn said. “They beat us last year by that one point and all I wanted was redemption on them. I’m so proud of the team and I’m glad we […]

  • Muskegon releases report of investigation into officer with KKK item

    MUSKEGON, Mich. — Muskegon has released its 421-page report in the investigation of a police officer who was fired after a KKK application was found inside his home. Charles Anderson was terminated Sept. 12 after being placed on leave in August while the police department conducted an internal investigation into his conduct. The investigation started after a couple touring a home Anderson is trying to sell found the item hanging on a wall. Robert and Reyna Mathis shared a photo […]

  • Antonio Brown says he’s headed back to school at CMU

    MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown says he is heading back to school at Central Michigan University. Brown posted a photo of four online classes at CMU for the fall semester to his Instagram story Monday morning. He was a student-athlete at CMU from 2007-09 but left without a degree to enter the 2010 NFL Draft, where he was a sixth-round selection by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown was traded to the Oakland Raiders before this season and […]

  • ‘Outplayed, outprepared, outcoached’: Wolverines dominated at Wisconsin

    MADISON, Wis. — Heisman candidate Jonathan Taylor and the Wisconsin Badgers flattened Michigan in a 35-14 victory Saturday at Camp Randall. Wisconsin’s dominated both sides of the ball through four quarters, outgaining Michigan 487-299. “I thought Wisconsin had a great game plan and executed it extremely well. (They) outplayed us offensively and defensively,” Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said after the game. “… We were outplayed, outprepared, outcoached.” The Wolverines seemed doomed from the start after opening the game by […]

  • Michigan’s offensive struggles continue; ‘We don’t have an identity’

    MADISON, Wis. — Michigan’s offense is still a work-in-progress after suffering a crushing loss Saturday at Wisconsin. The Wolverines have a first-year offensive play-caller in Josh Gattis and installed a new offense over the offseason. They are working in a run-pass option system and getting away from the pro-style system head coach Jim Harbaugh has traditionally had. Senior tight end Nick Eubanks said the team is still finding its rhythm with the RPO and its identity as a football team. “I […]

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