Adrian Bulldogs Notch First Road Victory For The State’s 2020 College Football Season!

Bulldogs Conquer the Host Manchester Spartans, 41-10

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind.–Junior Jimmie Clark ran for a career-high 110 yards, classmate Steven Moses added 88 on the ground and junior defensive lineman DeAndre Jennings notched his first career touchdown to highlight a 41-10 Adrian rout over host Manchester in a non-conference football game on Saturday.

THE BASICS
= Final Score: Adrian College 41, Manchester University 10

= Location: Spartan Stadium; Weather: Mostly Cloudy, 60 degrees, Wind S 13 mph

= Records: Adrian Bulldogs 1-1 overall (0-0 MIAA); Manchester Spartans, 0-2 overall (0-0 HCAC)

TOP DAWGS
= Clark and Moses were very efficient in their rush attempts as Clark averaged 11 yards on 10 carries and Moses–a converted defensive back–had a 9.8 yards per attempt clip. 

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Adrian College Kicks Off 2020-2021 Football Season In Michigan!

D-3 Adrian College Faced Off Against Trine University, First Collegiate Action In The State Of Michigan This Year!

Released October 03, 2020

ADRIAN, Mich.–With a limited crowd and the participating teams adhering to COVID-19 protocols, Adrian and Trine became the first NCAA Division III programs to start the 2020 season. The Bulldogs’ home facility Kapnick Field at Docking Stadium also became the site of the first college football game played at any level in this new “normal.” But the visiting Thunder were able to fend off an Adrian comeback bid for a 44-27 non-conference victory on Saturday.

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Updated Horizon League Statement on 2020 Fall Season

August 13, 2020

Reposted From the official press release

INDIANAPOLIS – Guided by its core value of student-athlete well-being and considering further developments in the outbreak
of COVID-19, the Horizon League Board of Directors, acting on a recommendation from the League’s Council, has decided to postpone fall competition for the fall season.
This decision impacts all Horizon League sports that compete in the fall both for their championship season (men’s and women’s
cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball) and for their non-championship segment (men’s and women’s golf, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis).

A decision on whether fall sport competition can take place in the spring will be determined by the Board and Council at a later
date. Individual institutions will make decisions regarding training, practice and recruiting in accordance with NCAA regulations, state and institutional guidelines.

The voting members of the Horizon League Board of Directors are comprised of the 12 member institutions’ chief executiveofficers.

The Council consists of the 12 member institutions’ athletic directors, chairpersons of the Senior Woman’s Administrators and Faculty Athletic Representatives and a student-athlete.

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GLIAC Council of Presidents Suspends all Sports Competition Through End of Calendar Year

August 12, 2020

Per Official Press Release

GLIAC — Following a thorough evaluation of all COVID-19 risks and safety protocols, and numerous meetings involving various GLIAC governance groups, the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents and Chancellors voted unanimously on Tuesday, Aug. 11, to suspend all sports competition until Jan. 1, 2021.

“Our council of presidents and GLIAC athletic directors weighed this decision from every angle, hoping to find a feasible option for student-athletes to compete this fall, but in the end, the potential risks to student-athletes, coaches, support staff and fans made fall competition impossible,” said Dr. Richard Pappas of Davenport University, who is the GLIAC Council of Presidents and Chancellors chair for 2020-21. “Plans to provide fall teams with competition opportunities during the spring semester are a priority for the league. We look forward to getting our student-athletes back on campus so they can resume training, and our members remain devoted to providing a quality student-athlete experience despite these challenging circumstances.”

GLIAC student-athletes will have opportunities to practice and take part in athletic training programs in adherence to NCAA, institutional, local and state guidelines.

“The decision to suspend all sports competition this fall was extremely difficult,” GLIAC Commissioner Kris Dunbar said. “After thoroughly reviewing federal, state, and NCAA SSI (Sport Science Institute) and Board of Governor’s guidelines, it became apparent that conducting contests and championships this fall was insurmountable. My frustration and sadness for the coaches, student-athletes, families and fans is unmitigated. The league will continue to work on protocols for a safe return for our athletic programs, with the health and safety of our student-athletes and staff taking the highest priority.”

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The MISPORTS-TV(c) Program Guide

Ypsilanti, MI —

MISPORTS-TV(c), our FREE TV Channel on the ROKU TV(tm) platform, will post each day’s programming here on this website. This information will also be posted to our Facebook(TM) page also.

Today (October 23, 2020) Is A ‘Halloween Festival Saturday and our live-streamed content features:

  • The Manster
  • String Theory(c)
  • Carnival Of Souls
  • Voyage To The Pre-Histroic Planet
  • Horror, The Blancheville Monster

Also, don’t forget to check back/or subscribe to our website, as we will soon be announcing the call for actors, actresses, and scriptwriters to power the re-boot of one of our original content vehicles!

Please feel free to leave comments or film title requests!

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MIAA Postpones Fall 2020 Conference Season!

July 30, 2020

From A MIAA Press Release

Freeland, Mich. –Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Presidents’ Council has voted to postpone conference competition and conference tournaments for cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball. The Conference will develop schedules for these sports to take place later in the academic year. The MIAA is committed to offering engaging athletic experiences for student-athletes in these sports with extensive team activities this fall to include practice, skill development, strength & conditioning, leadership, and professional development opportunities.

Adrian College, Calvin University, and Trine University are exploring options to compete in all fall sports that they normally sponsor. Olivet College will explore options for competing in cross country, golf, and tennis this fall. All MIAA member institutions will continue to follow the NCAA recommendations outlined in the Resocialization to Sport – Developing Standards for Competition and Sport document for preseason resocialization to campus, practice, and competition this fall.

Decisions regarding winter sports that begin play in the fall — men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, swimming and diving, and indoor track and field — will be made at a later date.

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Horizon League Adds 12th Member!

June 15, 2020

Re-posted from the official Horizon League(R) website (Thanks to UDM for the “spread”!)

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. – The Horizon League and Robert Morris University announced in a press conference Monday at the UPMC Events Center that the Colonials will join the Horizon League as their 12th member starting in the 2020-21 season.

Beginning July 1, 2020, the Horizon League will have 12 members, including Cleveland State University (Cleveland, Ohio), the University of Detroit Mercy (Detroit, Mich.), the University of Illinois at Chicago (Chicago, Ill.), Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (Indianapolis, Ind.), Northern Kentucky University (Highland Heights, Ky.), Oakland University (Rochester, Mich.), Purdue University Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Ind.), Robert Morris, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (Green Bay, Wisc.), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisc.), Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio) and Youngstown State University (Youngstown, Ohio).

In the Horizon League, the Colonials will compete in men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, women’s cross country and indoor and outdoor track & field, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf and softball.

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College Football Is Alive And Well, On MISPORTS-TV(c)!

March 16, 2020

Ypsilanti, MI –

Thanks to the technology of video giant YouTube(tm) and the global reach of the Internet, college football can again be enjoyed in living color and vibrant action as MISPORTS-TV(c) will be featuring some of the best matchups of the 2019 football season that most…football fans missed because the media giant coverage was only on the 2 largest football campuses in the state.

However, due to the national health crisis, a lot of people are or may soon be unable to go to work because of conditions outside of their control.

So, to fill the void that our sports fans are going through, we will be offering a VOD presentation of “Great Games That You Might Have Missed”! With no spoilers on the results!

This Week’s Game features Alma College traveling to Albion MI to face-off with Albion College.

 

 

More Great Games Can Be Found By Clicking On the MI Football Nirvana tab in the menu above.

Go Team!

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UDM Titans Men’s Basketball Set For Battle With Green Bay On Friday

Game To Be Broadcast On ESPN+

From A UDM Press Release

DETROIT (2/19/2020) — The University of Detroit Mercy men’s basketball team will host its final two home games of the regular season this week starting with Green Bay on Friday, Feb. 21, at Calihan Hall.

Game time is set for 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN+ with Jeremy Otto and Earl Cureton providing the action as well as over the air on 910 AM Superstation with the Voice of the Titans Dan Hasty calling all the action.

The Titans will look to end a five-game slide and move upwards in the standings, while keeping Green Bay at bay in the middle of the pack.

Sophomore Antoine Davis continues to be one of the top scorers in the country ranking sixth in Division I and leading the Horizon League in scoring at 23.2 points per game, while his 5.07 assists per game in conference play is tied for the HL best.

Tickets start at just $10 and can be purchased at DetroitTitans.com/tix.

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MSU’s Mark Dantonio Steps Down. Winningest Football Coach In Program History!

February 5, 2020

Reposted from MSU Athletics Website —

EAST LANSING, Mich. – After a storied 13 seasons as head coach of the Michigan State football program, Mark Dantonio announced his decision to retire on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Dantonio finishes his career with a record of 114-57 in East Lansing, 132-74 in 16 seasons overall. During his time at the helm of the Spartan program, Dantonio compiled an impressive list of accomplishments including three Big Ten Championships, two victories in the Big Ten Championship Game, victories in the 2014 Rose Bowl and the 2015 Cotton Bowl, and an appearance in the 2015 College Football Playoff, finishing his career as the winningest football coach in Michigan State history.

Mike Tressel will serve as acting head coach while a search is conducted to find Dantonio’s replacement.

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“Today marks one of the most difficult decisions that I have ever made here at Michigan State,” said Dantonio. “I would first like to thank our fans, alumni, and our administration; both past and present staff and especially our current and past players and coaches for all their support, hard work and dedication over these past 13 years. You have truly helped make my dreams come true.

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