This is a really really simple post I put together last week when I compiled how many likes on Facebook each respective college program has. Some teams like USC obviously are not social media friendly while some programs may surprise you with the numbers they’ve compiled. Enjoy:
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The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) recently announced its rankings of top selling institutions & manufacturers for the 2011-2012 year. After coming in 4th last year, Michigan came in 5th, still far and away the leaders of the Big Ten teams. Kentucky jumped up four spots from 7th after winning the national title. O$U is not . . . → Read More: Top Selling Institutions & Manufacturers (2011-2012)
Thanks to @michealflorek for pointing out this video posted by YouTube user dilksy:
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Across The Court: Michigan State (Eleven Warriors)
eBay Watch: Schembechler Snaps (MVictors)
Kirk Ferentz talks Iowa staff changes (ESPN B1G Blog)
Most Valuable Player Rankings: Wide Receiver (Big Ten or Bust)
Ohio State parts ways with Jaamal Berry (Dr. Saturday)
Quick Hitters (MGoRecruit)
Rivals 100 Breakdown for 2013 (This is Michigan Football)
Videos, Notes & . . . → Read More: The End Around (2/9/12)
This past weekend Michigan goalie Shawn Hunwick allowed one goal in a two game sweep over Miami (Ohio). For his efforts, Inside College Hockey named him the National Player of the Week. Over his last twelve games Hunwick has a 1.34 GAA and a .957 Save Percentage. Here is an interview Hunwick did last season:
. . . → Read More: INCH National Player of the Week – Shawn Hunwick
After serving a 22 game suspension, Jon Merrill has returned and since then the Wolverines are 4-1-1. The future New Jersey Devil did a lot of soul searching during his time away. If he wanted to, he could have left Ann Arbor for the OHL and played with the Plymouth Whalers. Instead, he worked . . . → Read More: Jon Merrill Sticks With The Wolverines
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Michael Rothstein of AnnA … err … WolverineNation.com has mailbag answering readers questions.
Great article by the Green Bay Press Gazette detailing how much of a impact Charles Woodson still makes as he increases in age.
A Bleacher Report writer attempted to name the top ten college hockey teams of all-time. A task I . . . → Read More: State Week End Around
Desmond Howard recently did an interview with the Orlando Sentinel and talked about his new book:
“It was comfortable. It’s not your typical book. What it is is a book that’s filled with a lot of pictures and stories about my career at Michigan and some of my childhood and some of my post career . . . → Read More: The 5th Edition of the Michigan End Around
TweetCheck them out:
Yost Ice Arena
Michigan Football Stadium
Yost’s scoreboard picture courtesy of @TheYostPost
Video of the new football scoreboard in action:
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This past week, many NHL teams held developmental camps. Mac Bennett gave this brief interview from the Montreal Canadians camp:
Jon Merrill didn’t attend the New Jersey Devils camp as he’s in summer school. Devils Blog In Lou We Trust ranked him the second best prospect in their system. ESPN’s Mark Stepneski had the following . . . → Read More: Update On The Ice
Michigan is officially recognizing its play of the year and letting you decide:
Vote at MGoBlue.com, voting ends Friday, July 22nd @ Midnight E.S.T.
Who are you voting for? Let us know below. I’m going to vote for Denard’s amazing run and the 2nd OT goal by the soccer team. Two of the . . . → Read More: MGoBlue.com Play of the Year
The Michigan Wolverines Athletic Program finished 15th in the 2010/2011 school year standings. The Leerfield Sports Directors’ Cup gives points to the top ten programs male and female for each respective Division 1 sport. Stanford won the Director’s Cup for the 17th year in a row.
Other Big Ten teams: Ohio State finished 2nd, . . . → Read More: Michigan Finishes 15th In Directors’ Cup Standings
MGoBlue recently caught up with Colton Christian:
"Before I went to East Asia I worked out with a coach at home named Pete Knoll. I workout with him when I’m at home. I was only at home for a month before I left for training for the AIA trip — we trained for a . . . → Read More: The 4th Wolverine End-Around
Bloomberg reports that Michigan will be crashing the Northeast private party that has been Division 1 Lacrosse for the better part of the sports history.
Denard Robinson clocked in on the third team of Phil Steele’s All-Big Ten Teams. Not remotely offended in the slightest bit due to Steele being a lone member of the . . . → Read More: The Third Edition of the End Around