Western Michigan Broncos

5th MIDAM D-I | 6-12
  • Field Goal %
    162nd
    44.7 FG%
  • 3-point %
    121st
    36.4 3P%
  • Points Scored
    274th
    1335 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    243rd
    34.9 RPG
  • Jets LB Erin Henderson breaks silence on Twitter
    Jets Wire4 hours ago

    Jets LB Erin Henderson breaks silence on Twitter

    It’s been a while since hearing from Jets inside linebacker Erin Henderson. Since being mysteriously placed on the Non-Football injury list in October, Henderson has not been heard from nor spoken about by the Jets. “Non-disclosed injury,” Bowles said of Henderson when the designation was made. “We’d rather keep that private right now.” The lack of an answer from Bowles and the organization fueled speculation as to what troubled Henderson. He’s had substance abuse issues in the past, but no clarification was ever provided. Henderson finally broke his silence via Twitter early on Sunday morning, confirming that he’s healthy but wouldn’t provide details on what happened with the Jets. Despite being

  • John Elway Surprised A Cab Driver Who Had Just Named The Broncos GM The Best Quarterback Ever
    UPROXX2 hours ago

    John Elway Surprised A Cab Driver Who Had Just Named The Broncos GM The Best Quarterback Ever

    If there’s one thing cab drivers are opinionated about, it’s sports. Maybe it’s because they listen to sports talk radio while they’re driving around, but many cabbies (and Uber and Lyft drivers) love nothing more than asking or telling you who you think is going to win it all this year, or who’s the best at such and such. Elway and his wife were in town with mortgage magnate Glenn Stearns and his wife to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration when the Stearnses seemingly initiated a conversation about who the cab driver, named Sam Snow, thought was the best to ever throw a pigskin.

  • Lane Kiffin latest coach to pull scholarship from committed player
    Orlando Sentinel

    Lane Kiffin latest coach to pull scholarship from committed player

    Ever heard the one about a college football coach who pulled the scholarship offer to a high school player who was committed to join his program? I know you have, and the punchline isn’t funny. The joke is always on the player. It’s happening so often, in fact, that something should be done to make these schools honor scholarship obligations even when new coaches are hired. The schools are leaving kids in the lurch and often with only a few weeks until National Signing Day. This time, D.J. Charles of Orlando Dr. Phillips is scrambling to find another college option. Charles was all set to become an FAU Owl, or, so he thought. Just like Jones offensive lineman Calvin Francis thought he was headed