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Yeah, they are terrible. However, the B1G (while the logo is pretty meh), is pretty cool, IMO. It's an internet forum world and B1G is short and easy to type.
I thought B16 was cool, when that was floating around. B1G, however, is dumb.
And I think this whole testing it out thing means there's no way it's changing. It gets people to shut up about it through the season, and by the time it's over most of the backlash will have calmed down. Delany is a stubborn asshole who's not going to let the fans overrule him.
Greg Mattison accepted the defensive coordinator job at the University of Michigan and the Ravens promoted secondary coach Chuck Pagano to replace him as defensive coordinator, the team announced Tuesday.
In two seasons with Mattison as defensive coordinator, the Ravens finished in the top 10 in the NFL.
ANN ARBOR – University of Michigan head coach Brady Hoke announced today (Tuesday, Jan. 18) the hiring of seven staff members to his Wolverine coaching and support staff. Hoke named six of the nine assistant coaching positions and the appointment of his strength and conditioning coach.
Six members of the San Diego State staff joined Hoke in Ann Arbor. Al Borges will coordinate the offense and work with the quarterbacks, Dan Ferrigno will coordinate the special teams and coach the tight ends, Darrell Funk will coach the offensive line, Jeff Hecklinski mentors the wide receivers and Mark Smith has been appointed linebackers coach. Aaron Wellman also joined the Wolverines’ staff as the strength and conditioning coach.
Hoke rehired long time Michigan running backs coach Fred Jackson to the same position on the staff. Jackson will begin his 20th season as a member of the Wolverine coaching staff in 2011.