ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 10: Michigan Wolverines head football coach Jim Harbaugh watches the action during the second quarter of the game against the Northwestern Wildcats on October 10, 2015 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Wolverines defeated the Wildcats 38-0. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh shared some major news for Saturday’s game against Penn State on Monday.The Wolverines, who are set to host the Nittany Lions in a huge Big Ten showdown at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, will have a very special game captain.Harbaugh announced that former Michigan basketball star Chris Webber will be an honorary game captain on Saturday.Webber initially accepted the captain offer from Harbaugh during a radio appearance this summer.“I would definitely be honored, Coach, and you know I would do anything for you,” Webber said on the air. “You know, the No. 4s at Michigan, we’ve got to stick together.”Harbaugh gave Webber the option to pick whatever game he wanted and he’s chosen Penn State.This is a cool development for Webber, whose relationship with Michigan had been strained as a result of a booster scandal. The NCAA forced Michigan to disassociate with Webber for 10 years and had his team’s Final Four banners get taken down as a result.Webber has said he would like for everything to be fixed and for there to be a reunion with his former Fab Five teammates.“There’s nothing I would want more than (a reunion), and I think we’re on the right path for that, but I think there has to be conversation organically,” Webber said this summer.“For the fans I want to do it, for myself, for my family, for hoopers. It’s something I think we’re working toward.”Michigan and Penn State are set to kick off at 3:45 p.m. E.T. on Saturday. The game will be on ESPN.
Dallas: All ten people on board were killed when a small airplane struggled to gain altitude after taking off from a Dallas-area airport, veered to the left and plunged into a hangar, local authorities and witnesses said. Mary Rosenbleeth, spokeswoman for the town of Addison, Texas, said there were no survivors of the twin-engine plane crash at the Addison Municipal Airport, a northern suburb of Dallas. The Beechcraft BE-350 King Air hit an unoccupied hangar soon after 9 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The hangar burst into flames and black smoke billowed from the building as firefighters sprayed on water to contain the blaze. The crash left a gaping hole in the hangar. Also Read – Turkey preparations for Syria offensive ‘completed’National Transportation Safety Board Vice Chair Bruce Landsberg said there were eight passengers and two crew onboard. The identities of those killed were not immediately released. Landsberg said the tail number of the plane was still uncertain. It had been owned by a charter company in Chicago but may have recently been sold, NTSB officials said. Landsburg said the plane was headed from Texas to St. Petersburg, Florida. Edward Martelle, another official with the town of Addison, said the plane was taking off at the south end of the airport and had just lifted off the runway when it veered left, dropped its left wing and went into the hangar.