It was shocking to hear the news that Wesley football coach Mike Drass, just 57 years old, had died. Hear from two-time D3football.com All-American receiver Larry Beavers, who tells how Drass helped get him back on track after he struggled and failed out of school. In addition, broadcaster Sean Greene, who has covered the Wolverines for years, joins Pat and Keith to talk about Drass and his impact.
Our podcasters don't often have the opportunity to meet in person and record an interview, let alone an entire podcast, but as Pat traveled across the country, he chatted with Illinois Wesleyan coach Norm Eash and Westminster (Pa.) coach Scott Benzel, and then Pat and Keith met in D.C., where they both chatted with Catholic U. coach Mike Gutelius. They then barricaded themselves in his office to finish the rest of the recording.
We know this. You know this. But perhaps the general population looks down on Division III, right? Student-athletes, fans, we're here to back you up. Get a look at how we're going to help you make the case that Division III is underrated.
Nobody was drafted from Division III, but it didn't take long for Wesley tackle Matthew Gono to get snapped up. And he wasn't alone. Five Division III players have been signed as undrafted free agents and more than ten additional players have received rookie minicamp invites.
The president of Occidental College announced his decision at a meeting of the Occidental Board of Trustees, marking a hard-won comeback after the cancellation of six games in 2017 over safety concerns raised by an injury-diminished roster.
Dubuque cornerback Michael Joseph and Wesley lineman Matthew Gono are two players who could get selected in the upcoming NFL draft, but they're not the only ones who have a shot at the league. Adam Turer talks with candidates about their road to the pros.
The Carousel continues to turn, with four coaching changes in one week of April, including a new coach at Carleton, a 20-year coach stepping down at Bates, Finlandia changing coaches for the second time this offseason and Benedictine making a hire. See the whole offseason at a glance.