2011 Around the Great Lakes columns
Albion's scheduling pays off
It was a familiar question that Craig Rundle fielded in the offseason. “Who in the world does your schedule?” Rundle chuckles, “It's me. I'm the idiot.”
Working toward a new tradition
Westminster (Pa.) was an NAIA football power, winning six titles and playing for the title three more times. But the Titans have not lived up to their nickname in Division III, yet. What are they going to change?
Not settling for 'good'
When Jim Hilvert took the reins at Thomas More he inherited a program that had tasted some success. But he wasn't interested in just some success.
A midseason roundup
We are six weeks into the season and it's an opportunity to look at some storylines developing in the region.
A new era at Muskingum?
Like most team building efforts, progress is often gauged in microscopic measurements, but this past week the Muskies took a pretty symoblic leap forward.
Moving across the street
Kalamazoo will get a taste of the big time this season, playing in Western Michigan's home stadium while the Hornets' home is redone.
Witt builds on family ties
No matter the era, no matter what year, Wittenberg transcends time. Coach Joe Fincham thinks he understands why.
Ten games to watch for 2011
Introducing new columnist Dean Jackson, who takes us through the key games for the upcoming season in Around the Great Lakes.