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  • Western Michigan Football: New Head Coach, New Motto

    It’s likely to be a whole new era for Western Michigan University football now that they have a new head coach, Tim Lester. A former Bronco and Western Michigan quarterback coach, Lester was introduced as P.J. Fleck’s replacement Saturday. Tim is beginning his 5-year term with the Broncos by dealing with a major blow to the WMU 2017 recruiting class. P.J. Fleck poached 9 players, verbally committed to Western, only hours after he landed at his new gig in Minnesota. He has also hired Kirk Ciarrocca, WMU offensive coordinator, and 7 other Western Michigan assistants to his Minnesota staff. This leaves Tim Lester, and his new Broncos football staff, scrambling to complete the 2017 recruiting season. Looks like Fleck’s “Row the Boat” mantra is exactly what the new Bronco coaching staff needs to escape Fleck's shark-like antics.

    However, is it time for a new slogan to go along with a new coach? “Row the Boat” doesn’t have the same sentiment when your captain abandons ship, and takes your oars with him. Besides, Fleck is attempting to secure the rights to use his “Row the Boat” motto at Minnesota. To an outsider, although it’s a personal phrase to Fleck, it makes no sense for Bronco’s to be rowing a boat. The same goes for Gophers. Too bad Fleck didn’t leave for a school whose mascot was a Viking or a sailor, where “rowing” would seem sensible. Good riddance to Fleck, and his “Row the Boat” mantra. It’s time to get your Western Michigan University apparel and support the new coach in town, Tim Lester. Hopefully, he can come up with a slogan better suited for a wild team like the Broncos.

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  • A Peppers-less Future for U of M

    Jabrill Peppers, the University of Michigan’s multi-position all-star, has declared for the NFL draft. Likely to go early in the first round, there isn’t much hope that we will be watching Peppers play linebacker, defensive back, or any other position for another Michigan team. At least not anytime soon. This decision leaves Wolverine head coach Jim Harbaugh, and the rest of his coaching staff, in the hunt to replace the most diverse, and arguably the best, player in college football.

    While there are many options, and year three under Harbaugh looks nothing less than promising, Don Brown, defensive coordinator for the Wolverines, seems to know exactly how big the shoes are that Peppers left to be filled. Brown describes Peppers’ ability to play many positions as critical and as an asset because it made the team less predictable. Without him, the Michigan Wolverines will need to dip into their young, yet talented options in search of a suitable replacement, or replacements. It would not be shocking if Michigan stumbles in 2017 while they work with fledgling players. Yet, it also wouldn’t be surprising if they duplicated or perfected on 2016. Nothing is certain.

    Also, on a side note, Jim Harbaugh welcomed his seventh child, a son named John, on the 11th. Born a month early, little John Harbaugh is spending time in the NICU. Congrats and well wishes from Campus Den to Jim and his newest Wolverine. During this time of uncertainty and change, continue to show your maize and blue pride, and support for Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines, with items like our Jim Harbaugh Bobblehead, or our ‘Harbaughnation’ Michigan T-shirt. Go Blue!

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    In what appeared, at the beginning of the season, as another losing year to add to the Detroit Lions legacy and another season of frustration for fans, the Lions went from 1-3 in week 4 to 9-7 by week 17. Now, as the No. 6 seed in the NFC, the Detroit Lions have entered the playoffs as a Wild Card. Hoping for their first playoff win since the 1991-1992 season, the Detroit Lions will face the Seattle Seahawks on the road. Defending the den won’t be easy for the Lions as they attempt to battle their way through a long stretch of road games, culminating in what all of us Detroit fans hope will be Super Bowl LI.

    It’s never been easy being a Lions fan, at least not if you have cheered in the last 60 years, but it’s the perfect year for some new Detroit Lions gear. Buy with the hope of wearing it after a win against Seattle, or to prepare for what will hopefully be an even better season next fall. Win or lose, it could always be worse. Remember 2008? However unlikely the outcome might be of the Detroit Lions starring in the Super Bowl, this wouldn’t be the first time a No. 6 seed powered through the playoff gauntlet and come out on top; so, there is always hope. The Lions just need to take it one game at a time. First step, beat the Seahawks on Saturday. Even if you can’t make it to Seattle to display your Detroit Lions spirit in person, show that you are part of the pride by wearing your Lions apparel as you watch the game from home Saturday night. Go Lions!

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