Bazigran began working for the Jets in 2004 as a College Scout Assistant, and spent the past two seasons as the organization’s Director of Pro Personnel. Bazigran replaces Rex Hogan, who accepted a front office position with the Indianapolis Colts last month.
A former quarterback (and intern coach) for the Bobcats, Bazigran, who concluded his senior year with eight touchdown passes, graduated from Bates in 2000. He would earn his Masters in Sports Management from Springfield College in 2004.
It’s Wednesday, New England D3 Football fans, which means it’s time to unveil a brand new team to watch this season.
This week – in case you haven’t seen our tweets – we’re highlight the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). Below are the various student-athletes we will be watching this season, both on offense and defense.
Prior to this week’s NESCAC ‘Players to Watch’ list, we highlighted four other conferences:
As we inch closer toward a brand new season of New England Division III football, I am excited to announce some new content for our site called Football Friday, a weekly podcast that will feature interviews with coaches and student-athletes, as well as local media members, too.
These weekly podcasts will be posted on our site’s newest page – that would be the Football Friday page, to be exact!
Football Friday officially kicked-off today as I was joined by Dan Mulrooney, who is a first-year head coach at Anna Maria College. Mulrooney and I discussed his initial head coaching gig, as well as his football journey, which began in Connecticut.
Ty Anderson of WEEI.com joined Noontime Sports the Podcast this week to chat about his Boston Bruins coverage, both for the website and radio station, as well as the ongoing changes in the world of sports media.
Anderson arrived at WEEI last October (2016) and covered the team through their final game of the postseason this spring.
Prior to joining WEEI, Anderson covered the Black and Gold for HockeyBuzz.com.
It’s Wednesday, Noontime Sports fans, which means it’s time to highlight another New England Division III football conference to watch this season.
This week, we’re highlighting the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC), an eight-team league that features squads from New England, as well as outside the region, too. All eight teams were represented on our ‘Players to Watch’ list below.
Prior to this week’s ECFC Players to Watch post, we highlighted the following conferences: