Yesterday on STL, we ran through this week’s bowl watch, which seems to become murkier by the day. Out of the seven most likely destinations, the Hoos were projected at least one time for six of those games.
Malcolm Brogdon is a big reason why the Milwaukee Bucks are off to such a hot start in this year’s NBA regular season, currently standing at 10-3. After tearing a tendon in his left quad last February, Brogdon has come back strong, averaging 14.4 points per game thus far. On his mentality moving forward, the former Virginia star kept it simple, “Go out and win.”
After struggling to work through shoulder injuries in the 2018 season, the Chicago Cubs re-signed the once Virginia standout Danny Hultzen, the team who he sparingly pitched for this year, on a minor league pact. The lefty will look to make it to his first Major League game in 2019.
After playing just eight minutes in the men’s basketball team’s opener against Towson, Jay Huff earned 16 minutes on the floor during Sunday’s victory over George Washington. On Huff, Coach Tony Bennett noted that “The flashes are there,” but how the 7-foot-1 forward needs to continue to try to “rebound and play as big as he can and fight for position.” We’ll see how the big man progresses, as he tries to work his way into a more consistent role off of the bench.
Shoutout to you fans who made Scott Stadium rock this season!