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Marshall University owns a unique tradition in college football. The program has overcome the tragedy of the 1970 plane crash to capture repeated conference and bowl championships. Follow the Herd here.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Spring's top story

Is it what could be a developing playing-time battle at quarterback? How about the competition to replace Ahmad Bradshaw at tailback? Then there’s the matter of establishing two new starting offensive tackles and developing depth along the defensive line. So here’s the question: what is the top storyline entering spring practice, which kicks off on Tuesday? Feel free to choose from the above or pick from a different direction.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Georgia Tech QB transfers to Herd

Marshall’s quarterback future just keeps getting more interesting. On Wednesday, the Herd added Georgia Tech transfer Jonathan Garner to an already competitive mix. Garner, a 6-4, 225-pound southpaw from Daytona Beach, Fla., won’t be eligible until the 2008 season because of NCAA transfer rules, but will participate in fall practice. He committed to Florida as a high school senior but reconsidered when then-Gators coach Ron Zook was fired. His final five then were Michigan, Louisville, Memphis, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech. So what do you think Herd fans?