The Word on the Herd Archive
1/10/17 MCGILL: Genuine approach key to @HerdWBB recruiting success
1/8/17 MCGILL: 'Terrific' Elmore on Pace for Historic Numbers
1/4/17 MCGILL: What made D'Antoni devoted to analytics and the 3-pointer?
12/24/16 MCGILL: Christmas, Holidays Provide Special Memories for Herd Family
12/11/16 MCGILL: Marshall Football's Heartwarming Toy Drive a Success
11/29/16 MCGILL: Loop's Shooting Obsession Started on Ohio Hoop
11/27/16 MCGILL: Herd Season Ends with Loss; Focus Shifts to 2017
11/26/16 MCGILL: Cody Carter Leaves Legacy of Toughness
11/24/16 MCGILL: Van Horn's Marshall Experience Filled With Love
11/19/16 MCGILL: @HerdFB Run Game, Defense Provide the Formula
11/17/16 MCGILL: @HerdWBB Seniors Shoulder Load ... More Weight Awaits
11/16/16 MCGILL: @HerdSwimDive Builds Momentum, Sets Big Goals
11/13/16 MCGILL: Herd Dominates Middle Tennessee in Honor of '75'
11/9/16 MCGILL: New Offense, Selfless Setters Help Herd Volleyball Flourish
MCGILL: Cline, Duhon Give Take on Elmore the Free Throw Machine
The Word on the Herd -- Jan. 11, 2017
Marshall junior guard Jon Elmore is one of the top free throw shooters in the country. At 6 feet, 3 inches, the Charleston native is skilled at getting to the basket and drawing contact.
Marshall sophomore women’s basketball player Shayna Gore was part of a recruiting class that ranked No. 52 nationally. That highly touted class of 2015 is just one of the latest incoming groups to receive positive reviews.
Marshall junior guard Jon Elmore, who has only played 41 collegiate games, is among Division I basketball's best in points, assists and free throws.
Marshall men's basketball coach Dan D'Antoni has received national attention for his post-game press conference discussion on analytics and perimeter shooting.
Marshall University athletic department staff members reflect on Christmas and holiday memories from their childhood.
The program collected more than $10,000 worth of toys to distribute to needy kids this holiday season.
The senior Marshall men's basketball player is on pace to make and attempt the most 3-pointers in program history.
Marshall’s football season came to an end Saturday night in a 60-6 loss to WKU in front of 17,397 at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
Marshall football senior made the move from Division II to FBS and turned into a special teams star.
The all-conference offensive lineman concludes six-year career with the Thundering Herd football program on Saturday against WKU.