Lawrence Westbrook - Minnesota
DeShawn Sims - Michigan
Zack Gibson - Michigan
David Lighty - Ohio State
Evan Turner - Ohio State
Keaton Grant - Purdue
Robbie Hummel - Purdue
Jamal Abu-Shamala - Minnesota
Kevin Coble - Northwestern
Michael Thompson - Northwestern
Graig Moore - Northwestern
Cyrus Tate - Iowa
Danny Morrissey - Penn State
E'Twaun Morre - Purdue
Chris Kramer - Purdue
Joe Karabbenhoft - Wisconsin
Marcus Landry - Wisconsin
Kyle Taber - Indiana
Chester Frazier - Illinois
Trent Meacham - Illinois
Tubby Smith – Minnesota
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Lawrence Westbrook - Minnesota
Monday, October 27, 2008
Jamal has gone through the coaching carousel at the University and shares his thoughts on the upcoming season; the Dan Monson era and what its like under Tubby Smith.
Last season Jamal averaged 3.4 points per game.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Saturday, October 25, 2008
This is going to be my first media event like this and I am very excited. I have been around coaches and players and the media my whole life but I have never been the one asking the questions. Except for my stints working for my web site at the high school state tournament games in March and June, this is the biggest media gathering I will have participated in.
Basketball has always been my passion and I have always been a team guy. When I was growing up I played sports and I have always been involved in sports in some way.
Over my years on the sports scene, I have met some very good coaches on all levels and have also made some friends in the media. During the Media Day, I plan to keep my eyes open and I will make this a great learning experience.
The event takes place on Sunday in Chicago and I look forward to bringing you an inside look at the Big Ten Media Day.
Hardaway is getting attention from major programs like Oregon, Florida State, Michigan, Virginia Tech and Miami who have all watched him play in open gyms. He is going to take his time making a decision on his college destination.
Vince Taylor, one of Tubby Smith’s assistant coaches, has shown interest in Hardaway.
Olson, who has cited health issues, lost his wife Bobby during his teams’ Final Four run when it was held at the Metrodome. Olson led his team to four Final Four’s and won the NCAA National title in 1997.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
On the Southwest Lakers first drive, Lee gets the ball and finds the end zone. The extra point is good and with 7:24 here left to go in the first quarter, it is Edina 7 and Minneapolis Southwest 0.
Southwest gets the ball back and Reggie Gandy has a short gain here on his first drive. The Lakers drive down the field and it's now at 4th and 9 yards to go. They come up short and give the ball back to Edina.
Edina has gotten the ball back here and they are driving down the field. They are in the in good position to score. Anders Lee has found the end zone again, as he scores another touchdown. That was Lee's second touchdown.
The Hornets kicked off again to the Lakers. Ledarius Aaron got the ball and is charging up the field. Elliot Mathue is trying to find Ledarius Aaron, and he connects for a Southwest first down. Mathue has found Reggie Gandy and Southwest has a first down. Elliot Mathue keeps the ball and is running the ball up the field. Reggie has gotten the ball for a gain and has gotten another first down. The Lakers are charging down the field. Elliot Mathue has found Dominque Dawson for a Minneapolis Southwest touchdown. The two point conversion is no good with 2:26 left to go in the first quarter. The score is Edina 13 and Southwest 6.
Minneapolis Southwest kicks off and they try an onside-kick and have recovered the ball. On the next play, Mathue can't find any one deep down the field. Southwest is trying to get something going here, late in the first quarter. The Lakers have 4th down and 10 yards to go, and they get a delay of game. Its 4th and 15 and they have to punt it away to the Hornets.
The Hornets have gotten the ball back here. Anders Lee is rushing the ball late in the first quarter. Ander's Lee is looking sharp here in this game here. Colin Moynihan is also getting his share of the ball's in this game.
At the end of the 1st quarter, the score is Edina 13 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
On the first drive of the second quarter, the Hornets have come out hungry. On the next play, Anders Lee has come up big, got the ball, and is having a good game. Colin Moynihan got a one yard touchdown. Stephen Asp made the two point conversion. With that touchdown and two point conversion, the score is Edina 21 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
The Lakers get the ball back after the touchdown. The Lakers are trying to get something going here in the second quarter. The Hornets swarm the quarterback for a loss on third down, and they have to put the punt team on the field.
The Hornets go deep and Joey Herring comes up with a big catch and a first down. They are on the 6 yard line. Edina is charging and looking to sting again, midway through the second quarter. Anders Lee found Joey Herring again and the Hornets look to score. Colin Moynihan scores a touchdown. The extra point is good, and the score is Edina 28 and Minneapolis South West 6.
The Lakers are trying to get something going and Mathue gets sacked on a 10 yard loss. Mathue, again, is trying to get something going, as he scrambles up the field. With fourth down and a mile to go to get a first down, the Lakers have to punt.
Edina has the ball back and they are trying to get something going late in the second quarter. Anders Lee has just gotten sacked by Greg Gandy from Southwest. Anders Lee has just found David Newman for a 15 yard advantage. The Hornets are at fourth down and Anders Lee is going for a first down. Anders Lee is trying to find David Newman and he over shoots him. The Hornets are trying to find the end zone. The Hornets are charging down the field and they just another first down. Both teams are fighting hard here in the first half. Edina's Anders Lee has found Joey Harring for 5 yards. Anders Lee found the end zone and scored another touchdown. The extra point is good.
Southwest is going to try to get something going here late in the second quarter. The Lakers don't need to panic. The Lakers try to find the end zone but come up short.
At half time, the score is Edina 35 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
As the second half gets underway, Edina kicks off to the Lakers. Reggie Gandy got the ball and then fumbles it. The Edina Hornets recover the ball on the seven yard line. Stephen Asp gets a 7 yard touchdown run for the Edina Hornets. On the extra point attempt, there was an off-sides call that went against the Lakers. Then the Hornets move up five yards and they try the extra point attempt again and make it. With 10:15 left to go in the third, the score is Edina 42 Minneapolis Southwest 6.
Alex Marquette has come in to become the new Edina quarterback. We will have to see what he can do. He has gotten the Hornets back into this game. Alex Marquette scores another Edina touchdown. The extra point is up and good. With 7:00 left to go in the third quarter, the Score is Edina 49 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
The Lakers got it back here and they are back deep in their end zone. They are going to have to go deep to get the ball in to the Hornet territory. Elliot Mathue is trying to find different receivers here in this game. Elliot Mathue has just found Ledarius Aaron for a Southwest first down. Elliot Mathue has found Sam Beaver and they just got another first down. Elliot Mathue has found Ledarius Aaron again and they are now 4th down and 1 yard to go. They try to go for it and they come up short. They turn it over on downs again.
Anders Lee has come back into this game for the Hornets. The Hornets will try to score again here late in the quarter. The Hornets are going to have to punt here for the first time tonight. Reggie Gandy receives the ball and gets swarmed by the Hornets, but the Lakers have gotten the ball.
At the end of the third quarter, the score is Edina 49 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
Minneapolis Southwest has the ball here as the fourth quarter is underway. Elliot Matheu has found Domininque Dawson. The Southwest Lakers have been passing the ball a lot in this game. Elliot Mathue was picked-off by Nate Carlson and the Lakers turned the ball over.
The Hornets are trying to score again and are pushing the ball up the field. This game is kind of getting out of hand here for the Lakers. All they can do is hold on and play this game out.
In a game that has gotten out of control from the beginning, the Edina Hornets come out and beat Minneapolis Southwest by the final of 49-6.
Final score Minneapolis Southwest 6
The Edina Hornets now move on to the Semi Final game against Eden Parrie.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Look for Cedric Martin to make up his mind and make all of his visits, during the late signing period. He is pretty close to making up his mind and is said to be heavily recruited by Texas State.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
A couple of future Gophers were in the crowd at this year's Tubby tip off. Rodney Williams and Royce White were on hand to witness this year's Tubby's Tip off. As they got a feel of the event that they will take part in next year.
Friday, October 17, 2008
Last season he decided to leave Marquette University just before fall classes started.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
THE TOP TWO TEAMS IN MINNEAPOLIS AND ST PAUL SQUARE OFF IN A BATTLE FOR THE TIWN CITIES CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
As this game gets underway here, the stands begin to fill. Washburn is kicking off to Central. The Minutemen get the ball on their own 20 yard line and are looking to get off to a strong start. The Washburn Millers are coming out of the gates scrappy, as they all want to make a statement here to start the game on the defensive end. Washburn picks it off and is looking to score here early in the game. The Millers are a threat to score early and that's what they do, as Brandon King scores the Millers first touchdown. The extra point attempt is no good so with 8:56 left to go in the first quarter. The score is Washburn 6 and Central 0.
The Minutemen get the ball back after the touchdown and they get it on the twenty yard line. Andrew Lewis had a nice return for the Minutemen. They're looking to get the ball up the field here on this drive. Andrew Lewis is finding a few holes in the Miller defense early in the game. DJ Johnson has just come up with a huge run, for a St Paul Johnson first down. The ball is on the seven yard line and Johnson is looking to score. They are knocking at the door step. The Minutemen are trying some different looks on the offensive end here. They are doing a good job of confusing the Miller defense. The Minutemen try to go for it on fourth down and 8 but they don't convert and turn it over on downs.
On the first play of the series Montrell Wade came up with the ball and ran it down 96 yards and now the Millers are knocking on the door looking to score here in the first quarter. There is a penalty on the play. It was pass interference on the Millers and that backed them up to the 24 yard line. The Millers are going through a tough time right now, having penalties that are hurting them. It is 4th down and 29 to go. They are going for it but it comes up short and St Paul Central takes over on the 29 yard line.
The Central Minutemen have gotten the ball back and they are having a hard time coming up with some plays here in the first quarter.
At the end of the first quarter the score is Minneapolis Washburn 6 and St Paul Central 0.
The Millers get the ball first here in the beginning of the second quarter. The Millers are looking to run the ball here. The Millers look sharp, as they continue to push the ball down the field. Johnny Walkins just had a 70 yard touchdown pass. Peter Branstad caught the two point conversion. With the touchdown and the extra point the score now is Minneapolis Washburn 14 and Central 0,
St Paul Central has come right back with a Malik Glass reception for an 83 yard touchdown with 7:49 left to go in the second quarter. With that touchdown pass, the score is now Minneapolis Washburn 14 and St Paul Central 6.
The Millers have gotten the ball back after the St Paul Central Touchdown and they are attempting to get something going again. Washburn is trying to run the ball here in the middle of the second quarter. The Millers have gotten another first down, as they continue to drive down field. They are on the 50 yard line. Peter Branstand has just come up with another nice catch form the quarterback Brandon King. Montrell Wade has also got some nice runs tonight so far. The Millers are threatening here late in the second quarter. The Millers have come up some big miscues in the second quarter. They are going to have to tighten it up in the second half to come away with it. Central is going to have to come up and take advantage of the Miller mistakes to come back and win this game. They just came up with one here late in the first half, as they recover a Washburn fumble late in the half.
At half time the score is Washburn 14 and St Paul Central 6.
It should be pointed out the Minneapolis Washburn's Tight End Ra'Shede Hageman is not present at this game tonight he is not even at the complex.
Washburn has gotten the ball here to start off the second half. They have come out hungry for a victory here in the second half. Peter Haugen must have gotten them fired up at half time. The Millers get a first down on their first series after the half time. They have gotten the ball up the field. Brandon King is running the ball well and he is sharing that responsibility with Montrell Wade. They both have had some nice carries here in the game tonight. Brandon King is also looking good. The Millers are looking to score on this drive. The Millers turn it over again on downs because they couldn't convert.
At the end of the third quarter the score is Minneapolis Washburn Millers 14 and St Paul Central Minutemen 6.
Washburn has gotten off to a good start in the fourth quarter. Johnny Walkens has gotten off to a good start. Washburn forced a safety here in the middle of the fourth quarter. There have been two fumbles by each team here in the fourth quarter.
Washburn has gotten 4th and long once again and are looking to punt. They have not been effective with the ball thus far in the fourth quarter. Both teams are still playing well here late in this game.
Minneapolis Washburn has come away with a 22-6 victory tonight. They have played a tough game against St Paul Central. The Minutemen have played a good game and should be congratulated on a good season. And good luck to both of these teams in the post season.
On the Governor's first drive, they were forced to go four downs and punt it back to the Lakers. Elliot Matheu's is looking to throw it to Ledairus Aaron. He has connected here in the early first quarter. Elliot Matheu has gotten knocked down very hard here with 7:33 left in the first. Backup quarterback Ayrton Scott has comes in to replace the injured Elliot Matheu. Elliot Mathue walked off the field on his own. The Lakers continue to look to get the ball up the field. The Lakers have gotten a first down and they are trying to move it down the field but they ran into trouble. They are now faced with 4th down and 13. Southwest is picked off at the one yard line and they turn it over to the Johnson Governors with 3:15 left to go in the 1st quarter.
Elliot Matheu is up running and working with the trainers. It is my best guess that we will see Elliot Matheu back in this game some time soon.
Sam Sanders for Johnson has a huge run here and they are on the 40 yard line here, and they are looking to do something here. Kersey Shadne has taken the ball and had a nice little run of about 10 yards here, to give the Governors a first down.
The score at the end of the first quarter is tied at 0.
St Paul Johnson has the ball to start the second quarter. On the first play of the second quarter, the Governor's got a first down. Johnson is driving the ball now in the second quarter. They are trying short little dive dumps and having success doing it. Southwest is trying to disrupt things. They have made a good effort here so far in the game. Johnson has been able to convert their little dive dumps, and little by little, they inched their way to the goal line. With 1 yard to go, the Lakers were able to come up big and stop the quarterback sneak, and now, they take over on downs, on their one yard line. We will see if the Lakers' will be able to do anything... they got another first down. The Lakers have also been successful on the short dump passes so far in this game. The Lakers now have third down and one to go and Reggie Gandy came up with the first down for the Lakers. Danny Kernan has come up with some good plays here in this game. He just made a leaping catch from Ayrton Scott the quarterback. Aryton Scott has just completed another pass to Danny Kernan for another Southwest first down. The Lakers are trying to get another first down and things going here late in the second quarter but they ended up punting it away with 2:15 left to go in the half.
Sam Sanders has gotten the ball on the punt return and he has run it back 77 yards for a St Paul Johnson Touchdown. The extra point attempt was no good. So with 1:59 left to go in the first half the score is St Paul Johnson 6 and Minneapolis Southwest 0.
With 41 seconds left to go in the half Dominique Dawson caught a 64 yard touchdown pass for the Lakers. He was wide open down the back corner of the end zone. He had to turn around and catch it. It was a fabulous catch. The extra point was not good.
So far this has been a very tight close game. Both teams are playing very well here. It is any one's game now. Both teams are going to have to battle it out in the second half to get a victory. At half time, the score is St Paul Johnson 6 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
St Paul Johnson gets the ball to start the third quarter here and they are driving the ball down the field here to start the third quarter. They have made short dive dumps and short runs. The Governors, 1st down and 4 yards to go here early in the third quarter. Sam Sanders had a two yard touchdown run. The Governors tried the extra point conversion and they made it. With that touchdown and the extra point, the score is now St Paul Johnson 13 and Minneapolis Southwest 6, with 9:45 left to go in the third quarter.
Elliot Matheu has just returned to the game. The Lakers are having trouble connecting here. The Lakers tried a fake punt and it worked. Ledrius Aaron ran the ball for a Lakers first down. The Lakers are trying to get back on the score board now, but they came up short, as the Governors take over on downs.
The Governors are trying to put something together in the third quarter. Kersey Shande just had a good run to give the Governor's a first down. The Lakers have kind of shot themselves in the foot this quarter with penalties. They just had another one for off sides. The Governor's are looking to score, as they are inside the red zone. They are looking thirsty to score. The Laker defense has come up big here in the third quarte,r as they sack the Johnson quarterback on fourth down and get the ball back on downs. The Lakers are looking for long passes now. Ledrius Aaron was wide open in the end zone and he dropped the ball. On the next pass play, the ball gets intercepted and the Governors take over with 2:00 left to go in the third quarter.
Sam Sanders is having a good day here for the St Paul Johnson Governors. He has just caught a nice long pass for a Governor first down. The Governors are looking strong and they have just scored another touchdown on a Sam Sanders two yard run. The extra point is good. With 21 seconds left in the third quarter the score St Paul Johnson 20 and Minneapolis Southwest 6 and that is also the score at the end of the third quarter.
To start the fourth quarter, the Lakers are at 3rd down and seven yards to go. They weren't able to do any thing on third down so they are going for it on 4th. Elliot Mathheu tried to pass it to Danny Kernan but it was incomplete and they turn it over on downs again.
The Governors got it back and they are making short gains. They have come up with another first down. The Governors are driving down the field here and are looking to score. Brian Ross has done most of the carrying of the ball here in the second half for the Governors. He also gets a touchdown for the Governors and the extra point attempt is good. The score with 8:40 left to go in the game St Paul Johnson 27 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
On the kick-off, the ball went into the end zone. Lakers got the ball on their 20 yard line. The Laker offense has had trouble getting stuff going this series, as they have turned it over on downs once again.
The Governors have come up with big plays and are marching down the field, as they find the end zone. Quavon Dodd had a nice touchdown catch with 6:20 left to go. The extra point attempt was good making the score St Paul Johnson 34 and Minneapolis Southwest 6.
The Southwest Lakers have gotten the ball back after the Governors Touchdown. The Lakers are looking to get something going here in the fourth quarter. Elliot Matheu has found Ledrius Aaron again as they connect for positive yardage. They have connected again for a Southwest Laker first down. Elliot Matheue has just found Dominique Dawson for a Southwest Laker Touchdown. The extra point attempt was no good. With that touchdown, the score becomes St Paul Johnson 34 and Minneapolis Southwest 12.
The Lakers are kicking off here with 3:57 left to go in the game. The Lakers tried an onside kick but the Governors recovered it. The Governors take over. Brian Ross has made a catch for the Governors to give them a first down. The Governors are getting the ball up the field. Brian Ross has come up again with another nice run here late in the fourth quarter. With 1:30 left to go in the game the Governors look to be on their way to a victory here in this Twin Cities battle.
This game is now over yet the St Paul Johnson Governors are looking to score again late here in the game. They are scrambling to make plays here and have gotten into the red zone. They end up not scoring as time runs out.
You have to give both of these schools a lot of credit. Both teams played well here today in a good game, but in the end, the St Paul Governors come up with the victory today by the final score of ST PAUL JOHNSON 34 MINNEAPOLIS SOUTHWEST 12.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
For more then a few years there was controversy over the football/sports complex on the island where DeLaSalle resides. The neighbors that lived near the school didn’t want the field to be built which forced the Islanders to find other fields to play their home games.
So with the opening of the new football complex the team is getting excited. The coaching staff thinks that it will bring more of a community atmosphere to the Island and now all the students have to do is go across the parking lot for a home game rather then travel to another metro area school.
Monday, October 13, 2008
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Kyle is the younger brother of Minnesota Transition’s 6-8 junior Kevin Noreen. Their father Jerry is an assistant coach in the Transitions program.
Mike has gotten his first offer from Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He will get more offers as the season gets underway.
Saturday, October 11, 2008
South is looking to run the ball on their first possession. South fumbles the ball and a pile of Southwest players jump on the ball and recovers. Elliot Mathue throws a long pass to Dominique Dawson who was in the corner of the end zone for a Southwest touchdown. Southwest leads 13-0 with 7:00 left to go in the first quarter.
South receives the kick off after the touchdown. They are making good strides up the field. They are being successful on short runs. The Tigers were unable to score a touchdown as they went for it on forth and short yardage but they came up short. Southwest took over on downs.
On the next Southwest possession they were not able to do anything and they went four downs and out.
South is looking aggressive late in the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter the score is Southwest 13-0.
Southwest opens the second quarter with the ball and are driving down field. Elliot Mathews has thrown a touchdown pass to Reggie Gandy for the Lakers and are successful on the PAT to make the score 20-0 with 8:04 remaining in the half.
After Southwest scores the touchdown South receives the kick off on their 30 yard line. The Tigers fumbles again and the Lakers recover and take over. On the next play Elliot Mathews found Ledarius Aaron in the end zone for a touchdown. The extra point attempt was missed and with 4:45 left to go in the second quarter the score is Southwest 26 and South 0.
South is trying to keep their temper here late in the second quarter, but find the end zone and score 6 points with 2:00 to go in the second quarter.
The Lakers Lederius Aaron has juked his way into the end zone again with 1:00 left in the half and after a successful PAT they go ahead 33-6.
With Mayor RT Rybak in attendance, the Lakers lead the Tiger at the half 33-6.
Southwest comes out swinging to start of the third quarter and Reggie Gandy scores a touchdown on their first offensive play. The extra point was good, making the score 40-6 with 8:00 left to go in the third quarter.
South gets picked off again on their first offensive series and Southwest takes over. The Lakers were making their way down the field before being stopped on downs by the Tigers.
South is trying to get something going but is having trouble moving the ball and Southwest has taken the ball back again and are now trying their spread offense. The spread proves successful as Danny Kernan scores another touchdown as the third-quarter comes to an end with Southwest leading 47-6.
Minneapolis has instituted a new rule this year where the clock will run if the score margin is larger than 35 points in the fourth quarter.
South has the ball to begin the fourth quarter but fail to advance. Southwest takes over but gets picked off by the Tigers on their own 35-yard line. South was not able to do anything with their possession due to another fumble and a Lakers recovery. Elliot Matheu has looked good today and has showed nice patience in his offense. Danny Kernan has just scored another Southwest touchdown. The PAT was missed and the Lakers now lead 53-6.
In a game that was up and down the field, the Minneapolis Southwest Lakers have come away with a 53-6 victory over Minneapolis South. Elliot Matheu had a great game and set a state record with 8 touchdown passes as he spread the ball to all of his receivers. He was 24-41 for 452 total yards and an interception. Lederius Aaron had 10 catches for 168 yards and two touchdowns. Reggie Gandy rushed the ball 14 times for 126 yards.
Next up for the Southwest Lakers is the Twin Cities cross over game. They will have to wait and find out who they will play on Wednesday. This will be their last game before the playoffs start.
Friday, October 10, 2008
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
• Friday, Oct. 10th (5-9PM)
• Sunday evening, Oct. 12th (5-9PM)
LOCATION: Colin Powell Youth Leadership Center2924 4th Avenue South Minneapolils, MN 55408
These clinics are 4 hours long and Tom will coach up to 24 kids/clinic. They are open to both kids AND coaches. The coaches will take the clinic as a student, as that’s the best way to coach anything. You will be able to do it yourself, be in the “stew” of learning, so to speak. He’ll continually point out the coaching points during the clinics.
The fees are reduced for these clinics, in light of the challenging economy we are all facing:
• Regular fee for a player: $50, which includes the Swish 1 DVD
• Regular price augmented (includes both Swish videos*), $60
• Fee for siblings, $40, no video (where first sibling pays full price)
• Fee for repeaters: $40 (no video)
• Repeaters price, including Swish 2: $50
• Fee for coaches, including Swish 2: $40
*The package of both videos is worth $45 alone.
ON-LINE ENROLLMENT IS AVAILABLE
Go to this web page for details on the clinics and the links to enroll On Line:
Tom's clinics are getting more and more exciting and effective as he sees additional things all the time and new ways to say and coach them. He'll be teaching the "Swish Free Throw" at these clinics, a new and extremely powerful way to approach this simple-but-challenging shot. He can see that the main thing he's doing (and teaching others to do) is coaching kids to be able to coach themselves. As they learn to shoot a basketball -- and, more powerfully for them, how to learn anything -- their self images can alter and self esteem rise. This is one of the great things about sports, the potential for growth as human beings. Let’s work together to help more kids experience how awesome they truly are!
P.S. Please note that there is secure parking both in front of the amazing Powell Center and also with underground parking (enter on the north side of the building, off 29th Street). If you have any concerns about this, please call Kelby Brothen, the Athletic Director at the Powell Center. His #’s are:
Work #: 612/638-1014
P.P.S. Tom will be speaking and demonstrating at a special Youth Coaches’ Clinic on Saturday, the 11th. He’ll be presenting twice. Contact Coach Kelby for details. Dave Arseanault, head coach at Grinnell College in Iowa, the highest scoring team in the nation, will be presenting also.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Bell is alumnus of the Academy of Holy Angels and Boston College and was also a first-round draft pick of the NBA Memphis Grizzlies.
Sunday, October 5, 2008
He said that he is going to wait to make his college choice until the spring. He is plans to make an official visit to Minnesota in the middle of October.
Saturday, October 4, 2008
THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE REPORTS ON THE SHOW DOWN BETWEEN FOOTBALL POWERS SOUTHWEST AND WASHBURN
Friday, October 3, 2008
Sam Beaver scores for the Southwest Lakers. The Lakers are showing life here in the middle of the fourth quarter. When Sam Beaver caught the touch down the Southwest fans just exploded with cheers. With 6:00 left to go in the game the score is Washburn 50 and Southwest 32.
On the next drive Elliot Mathews has gotten picked off and there was a Washburn touchdown. Washburn was successful on the two point conversion making the score Washburn 50 and Southwest 26 with 10:30 left to go in the game.
Steven’s Sports Report will report on the game on Saturday morning.