Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Milan's Robb stepping down.

Milan Big Red's coach Steve Robb has step down as coach. Feel free to post your comments here.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow - big loss for Milan. Robb was an excellent coach - wish him well.

Huronleaguefootball said...

Will he emerge at one of the Plymouth schools? (Salem?)

Anonymous said...

I don't think so. In the article i read (MEN) he was talking about how he wants to spend more time with his family and children and how his children are growing up and he wants to be around that.

Anonymous said...

how long was robb head coach? 26 years? He had a good run as head coach. I wonder who takes over from here. Will it be someone from the staff? Hoskins?

Anonymous said...

I doubt we see him emerge at any school until his kids are done with school...

Anonymous said...

Oh man, we'll miss you Coach, you were good man...I'd say Jesse Hoskins will take over...

Anonymous said...

It would be a shame if Hagemann never played again. Any word on his playing future?

Anonymous said...

Word has it that Hagemann is already practicing with the soccer team (and that he will be a goalkeeper to be envied).

Furthermore, Steve Robb was a great coach and has left some tremendous shoes to fill. Milan's future on the gridiron will be interesting, but Robb did give a lot of credit to his assistant coaches (many of whom played under him).

Who would have predicted Robb and Redmond leave the Huron League before the legend Marc Cisco?

Haha... probably not many!

Anonymous said...

Yeah really, at this rate Cisco will outlast Giarmo as well.

Anonymous said...

how about giving us an update on what the Huron League players are doing in college.

Noticed Weclowski wasn't on the Toledo roster?

Believe The Hype said...

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Anonymous said...

Even though it's early lets get talking about the 2011 season - any one out there to watch?

Anonymous said...

I like Airport to end CC's league dominance this year. Scott McCormick will be the top sophmore in the league.

Anonymous said...

It is about time to start looking at next season. Chris, are we going to be getting the blog going again? It should be a good year with a lot of wild cards out there. Any predictions yet?

Anonymous said...

Could we possibly get the top 3 players to watch from each team. That would be highly appreciated and let's get this blog going again!

Anonymous said...

Come on Chris - Break the silence. Will the blog be up for this season? You did a great job last year and hopefully you can keep it going.