The Word on the Herd Archive
4/28/16 BOGACZYK: Dozier More Than Chip off an Old Block
4/26/16 BOGACZYK: Herd History Puts Pelphrey Among SoCon Greats
4/23/16 BOGACZYK: Hands Down, Vedvik Foots Big Role for Herd
4/22/16 BOGACZYK: Herd’s One Puts Sophomore Hits Behind Him
4/21/16 BOGACZYK: Freshman Shapiro Making big Pitch for Herd
4/19/16 BOGACZYK: Neely Hoping to Help Herd Defense on Back Line
4/19/16 BOGACZYK: Turhan Taking Strong Season to the Finish Line
4/16/16 BOGACZYK: Knight, Clark Receiving Big Opportunities
4/13/16 BOGACZYK: Price Looks Left and Right for New Tackles
4/9/16 BOGACZYK: Pearson Brings Deep Resume to Herd Backfield Job
4/7/16 BOGACZYK: Allen Hopes to Corner Leadership for Herd
3/30/16 BOGACZYK: It’s a New-Name Game at LB for Fuller
3/28/16 BOGACZYK: Selby’s Return to Guard Rooted in Herd Run Game
3/16/16 BOGACZYK: A Different `Long Season' for Daniel's Herd
BOGACZYK: Napier Changes Foreign Language from Hoops to Chinese
The Word on the Herd - April 29, 2016
A member of the Marshall men’s basketball staff is headed overseas again. It isn’t what you’re probably thinking … This is no recruiting trip.
There are multiple good reasons for Damien Dozier to be a promising football player at Marshall, and he could entitle a couple of those “My Two Dads.”
It’s been three decades since Karen Pelphrey starred as Marshall women’s basketball ushered in the NCAA and Southern Conference eras with the then-Lady Herd.
One of the more important players on Marshall’s 2016 football team never threw or caught a pass or rushed for yardage on a chilly Saturday morning at Edwards Stadium.
Whether or not Tomell One believes in the sophomore jinx doesn’t matter anymore. But there is no question the Marshall defensive tackle endured it during the 2015 season.
When Joshua Shapiro goes to the mound for Marshall, he brings his two- and four-seam fastballs, a circle change and a knuckle-curve.
Two years ago, Corey Neely was pointed toward a future in Conference USA football.
The days of college tennis have dwindled to a few for Derya Turhan. So, the Marshall junior doesn’t intend to sit back and take them from the baseline.
As Marshall football digs deeper into 2016 spring practice, Josh Knight and Michael Clark are doing much more than catching on and catching passes.
Asked to tackle a question on the loss of Marshall’s top three interior defensive linemen from 2015, Coach Doc Holliday didn’t flinch.