Overtime with Jeff Thurn: Wednesday
Check out who is going to be showing up on Wednesday's edition of Overtime with Jeff Thurn from 4 PM - 7 PM.
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Dick Weiss - better known as "Hoops" - has been covering college basketball for 40 years, and since 1993 for the NYDN. He is a past president of the College Football and Basketball Writers' Associations and is a member of the USBWA college basketball writers' Hall of Fame.
Michael is a native of Omaha and has lived in the Bay Area for the past 3 ½ years, working as a writer and editor at San Francisco State University and freelance writer and editor. He has covered professional golf tournaments, including the 2010 U.S. Open, and provided game day coverage of Oakland Raiders games that appeared on NFL.com.
Signed National Letter of Intent during the December signing period. Enrolled and started classes in January. Will participate in spring practice. Comes to Minnesota with three years of eligibility remaining. Earned a two-star rating from Rivals.com and Scout.com. Red-shirted 2011 season to ensure he would have three years of NCAA eligibility. Sure-handed receiver has flashed big play ability. High-points the ball well, using his 6-foot 2-inch frame to go over defenders. Special teams standout in addition to his work as a receiver.
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