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32 min ago | MLive.com
When Michigan welcomed the first batch of its new recruits to campus in January, most believed two of the team's three new wide receivers may have a shot at doing something this season.
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4 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Music was blaring and lights were shining and fans were screaming with anticipation as Derrick Green ran across the field in Michigan Stadium and took his place in the huddle with the first string.
Hey all Steve Kleintank here with one of the main writers from the Appalachian State Blog Yosef's Cabin and the Mountaineer Message Board , Thomas Sherrill .
Now perching at Al Borges' former post, the former Alabama offensive coordinator faces the task of calling the shots for a Wolverines offense that is abundant with talent but riddled with holes - case in point: an incredibly porous offensive line that Of course, that's excluding Mason Cole, a 6'5", 292-pound true freshman who'll likely start the ... (more)
The reported loss of Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, left, for the season is good news for the Spartans, according to ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit.
Behold the cascade of baby photos, the flood of funny kid anecdotes and the steady stream of school milestones on Facebook.
Oct 19, 2013; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Devin Gardner is tackled by Indiana Hoosiers safety Antonio Allen in the first half at Michigan Stadium.
Second-year G Patrick Omameh made good use of his opportunity to start in Saturday's game against Miami, and that may have earned him an encore next weekenda And other discussions The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went into their August 8 preseason opener in Jacksonville still looking to determine their two starting offensive guards.
If you remember the 2010 Rutgers football season, you might remember pretty darn awful offensive line play .
Joshua Henschke is a writer at the Wolverines blog Maize-n-Brew . His opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the Detroit Free Press nor its writers.
Over 30,000 fans joined the Michigan football team Saturday night when it held the first 'Under the Lights' scrimmage in the Big House.
At this point, though, coach Brady Hoke is hoping to be able to start honing in on a real two-deep across the board.
The Michigan defense dialed up all kinds of pressure against the offense in Saturday's open scrimmage at Michigan Stadium.
Only one real scrimmage although they have had some structured type hitting and this Saturday will tell us much more.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 07:54 am
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