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Scuttle leftovers, June 1

June 1, 2013 - Burt Angeli
ScuttleBu(r)t ...

From Reggie Hayes, Fort Wayne News Sentinel: “University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban was ‘disappointed’ that a former assistant coach called Saban ‘the devil himself.’ Fans of Notre Dame say it's an easy mistake to make, since Alabama looked like one hell of a team against the Irish.”

Another big decision today. Do I attend the U.P. Track & Field Finals in Kingsford, also known as the longest day in sports, or head to “Title Town” for the Packers Pro Shop’s annual tent sale at Lambeau Field?

They both wind up about 6 p.m. ...

Iron Mountain’s Mike Moreau takes over a Kaukauna (Wis.) High School football program that didn’t win a game last season.

“To be able to fill the position with someone of coach Moreau’s caliber, who has the innate ability to relate with student-athletes and inspire them to build on the tradition of Kaukauna football is truly a special opportunity for the district,” said Corey Baumgartner, associate principal for co-curricular activities at Kaukauna.

A six-time Coach of the Year pick by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association, Moreau has been involved with six state finalists in 29 years at Hilbert. He stepped down after the 2006 season ...

Ross Michaels, a 5-foot-7 running back at Hancock High School, holds former Norway and Michigan Tech star Phil Milbrath in high regard.

“Phil Milbrath was like my hero out there,” Michaels said of the 5-9 Milbrath. “I don’t really see (size) as a disadvantage. I’m low to the ground. My lateral movement is better than taller kids.”

Michaels, who signed with Tech, watched Milbrath’s exploits from the hill behind Sherman Field’s south end zone ...



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