Believe it or not, as Mr. Ripley would say, the Huskies have completed about 30% of their schedule for the 2017-2018 season. With a record of 4-5-2, the Old Dog in Texas considers what they’ve shown us up to this point.
Following Jackson's goal on the major to Rivera during the delayed penalty call on Brickley, Rob Gilreath expected to see a 5x3 for the Huskies and was quite surprised when the penalty just disappeared. So he went to the NCAA site and took a look at the rulebook to see if he could figure out what happened, and stumbled into the grey area that Chris Perrault and Tony Czech found themselves in.
When Mel Pearson left the Huskies to take over for Red Berenson at the University of Michigan, he was repeating a trip that has helped to define the post-World War II history of hockey both for Michigan Tech and for the Wolverines. Al Renfrew started the saga.
Over the past two decades, recruiting has changed dramatically. As information about young athletes expanded and as alumni and fans became immersed in the “recruiting wars,” the way a roster is assembled has developed into a game-within-the-game. What will it take to successfully recruit in this new era of one-and-dones and flashy facilities?