On this week's edition of the BadgerBlitz.com Podcast John Veldhuis and Jon McNamara break down where they think the men's basketball team can do to replace Tyler Herro after his de-commitment from the Badgers. They also discuss what they saw in Wisconsin's game against Purdue, and make their predictions for UW's homecoming game against Maryland.
The 6-5, 225-pounder has been at or near the top of Michigan's tight end board for some time and after taking many visits, both officially and unofficially, he decided that he was finally ready to pull the trigger. He was originally going to wait until closer to National Signing Day but decided that now was the time. Muhammad had been considering offers from Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Texas, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC but had always been viewed as a Michigan lean. Things started off well back when Jay Harbaugh was still coaching tight ends and U-M never relinquished the top spot. Michigan now has two tight ends committed in the 2018 class in Muhammad and Hamden Hall (Conn.) Hamden
KINGSTON, R.I. (AP) -- Davis Cheek threw for 331 yards and three touchdowns and Warren Messer made an interception in the final minute as Elon rallied to beat Rhode Island 35-34 on Saturday for its sixth straight victory. De'Sean McNair added 126 yards
EASTON, Pa. (AP) -- Colin Jonov returned an interception 95 yards in overtime, one of two Bucknell pick-6s, and the Bison slipped past Lafayette 13-7 on Saturday. It was the 600th win for the Bison (4-3, 1-1 Patriot League), making them the 19th FCS program
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Most everyone expected for Tennessee to get hammered today, and Alabama obliged, laying a 45-7 beatdown on the Vols to drop them to 3-4 overall and 0-4 in the SEC. Here are four quick takeaways after a long afternoon for the orange and white. 1 — The second quarter — No one, at least anyone I’m aware, had given Tennessee a snowball’s chance of throwing a care into Alabama today. Yet, midway through the second quarter, the Vols’— thanks to the defense only — were kind of hanging around, down only 7-0. Then the flood gates opened and the Vols found themselves in deep trouble. Most frustrating for those with orange-tinted rooting interests, things got out of hand at least partly