Michigan Wolverines Lineman Achieves All-American, Center Honors


Michigan Wolverines fifth year Center David Molk (Lemont, Ill./Lemont Township HS, hey that’s close enough to SICA! Holla!) has been named recipient of the 2011 Rimington Trophy, announced during the ESPN College Football Award Show last night in Disney World.

Molk becomes the second Michigan player to win the Rimington Trophy, named after former Nebraska center and two-time All-American Dave Rimington. David Baas shared the award in 2004.

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Kirk Ferentz’s son a Candidate for Nation’s Best Collegiate Center Award


Usually, the coach’s son is a player who’s often subject to ridicule on his team. Of course, he’s often also very good, and fundamentally sound. University of Iowa junior center James Ferentz, yes son of Hawkeyes Coach Kirk Ferentz, has been named to the Rimington Trophy Watch List.  The Rimington Trophy is presented annually to the Most Outstanding Center in NCAA Division I college football.

And as we all know, Hawkeyes football in the Ferentz era has produced a ton of good offensive linemen.

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