The Word on the Herd Archive
6/30/15 BOGACZYK: Hamrick Wants Herd Fans to See Big Scheduling Picture
6/29/15 BOGACZYK: Herd Special Teams Living Up to Their Name
6/25/15 BOGACZYK: Herd’s Samuel Gets Stormy on Preseason Forecasts
6/24/15 BOGACZYK: Woods Goes from Herd to Region I Youth Coaching Success
6/23/15 BOGACZYK: Herd's Heater Returns After Rough Ride
6/14/15 BOGACZYK: Boca Bowl Victory Includes a Herd Profit -- Again
6/10/15 BOGACZYK: Impressive Harless Center Gives Herd Academics a Boost
6/9/15 BOGACZYK: D'Antoni Likes Defensive Moves in Rules Changes
6/4/15 BOGACZYK: Herd Swimming/Diving a Summer Sport, too
6/3/15 BOGACZYK: Daniel Speaking on Topic He Knows Well
6/2/15 BOGACZYK: Herd Spring GPAs Follow APR Success
5/27/15 BOGACZYK: Herd's APR Numbers Continue to Climb
5/23/15 BOGACZYK: Fofanah Runs to NCAA with More than Records
5/8/15 BOGACZYK: Fajardo's Dive Makes Big Splash for Herd
BOGACZYK: Kelly Anything but Green as Talented Transfer
The Word on the Herd-July 3, 2015
When Justin Edmonds started 24 games and averaged 9.8 points last season, he made a significant contribution to Marshall basketball in Year 1 under Coach Dan D’Antoni
Mike Hamrick is baffled, and to be honest, disappointed. Hamrick, Marshall’s veteran director of athletics, has heard little but backlash from much of the Herd fan base in the aftermath of last week’s announcement of a signed home-and-home football series with Appalachian State.
Marshall football has no special teams coordinator, but the Herd coaching staff’s attention to detail among divided duties – and depth of talent – has made those units truly special in recent seasons.
If Jarquez Samuel is looking for a nickname entering his redshirt senior football season at Marshall, he might choose “No-Name.”
No one on the West Virginia Futbol Club 99 Black needs to be told what Coach Ashleigh Woods’ two passions are. Her players will play with those passions when the 245-team US Youth Soccer Region I Tournament descends on Barboursville and Huntington in the coming days.
Chuck Heater felt plenty of pain that Thanksgiving weekend day when Western Kentucky poured 67 points and 738 yards on his stout defense in Marshall's only football loss last season.
Besides the obvious exposure and a victory that closed Marshall's most successful football season in years last December, the Boca Raton Bowl brought something else to the Herd.
Previously, when Marshall student-athletes used the phrase "in good standing academically," it could have been taken two ways.
Men's college basketball is going to look different - and play different - starting next season. Marshall Coach Dan D'Antoni applauded the changes that were approved Monday.
Storm or shine this summer, Marshall Coach Bill Tramel has the same anti-lifeguard message for his swimming and diving team.