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VIDEO: Cameron Heyward talks about “The Game”
“I think when you come in as a freshman you know what you’re getting yourself into. The Michigan rivalry is one of the greatest and coming here you know it. I think just as a recruit you notice it. All the great traditions you see while walking around. The experience of the gold pants and just the chance to go out there and play for your school. It’s a great rivalry. If you don’t know it you are missing out.” – Cameron Heyward – MORE –
UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday, November 26
Men’s Hockey
Alaska at 1:45 p.m.
– at Nationwide Arena
Men’s Basketball
vs. Miami (Ohio) at 4:00 p.m.
-Big Ten Network
Women’s Soccer
vs. Georgetown at 5:00 p.m.
– NCAA Quarterfinals
Women’s Hockey
vs. Bemidji State at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 27
Football
vs. Michigan at 12:00 p.m.
Women’s Hockey
vs. Bemidji State at 7:00 p.m.
Men’s Hockey
vs. Alaska at 8:05 p.m.
– at Nationwide Arena

Sunday, November 28
Women’s Basketball
vs. UNC Wilmington at 2:00 p.m.

Fickell Named FBS National Assistant Coach of the Year
WACO, Texas — The American Football Coaches Association is proud to announce its 2010 Assistant Coach of the Year winners. One assistant coach from the five divisions of college football has been selected for their dedication to their teams and communities – MORE –
“Lose the Blue” Returns in 2010
COLUMBUS, Ohio – To Ohio State fans in central Ohio and across the world, the phrase “Lose the Blue” comes naturally. The spirit Buckeye fans show for their football team in the week leading up to the annual rivalry game with Michigan also has benefited the community for the past four years. – MORE –
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Omar Vallejo
Soccer
Sarah Mignin
Volleyball
Scarlet, Gray and Green poised to have record game-day recycling season
Ohio State is in solid position to better Michigan Stadium’s recycling performance in 2010. With one game remaining, the U-M program has a 21.9 percent diversion rate and has recycled 29.5 tons. Ohio State’s totals now have reached 44.2 tons and a 42.4 percent diversion rate. – MORE –