Michigan Wolverines Football News - August 19, 2008
Are two quarterbacks better than one at Michigan?
OSU, Michigan workouts brutal
The Wolverine offensive line: Almost no experience, a ton of hope
UM offense unlike other Big Ten versions
Projecting Michigan's 2008 Recruiting Class
Wolverines began their 129th season Monday
Michigan memoirs: Grady still suspended
Waiting for Michigan Football to Fall? It Might Be a While
"I'm not saying Michigan is going to come out and win the Big Ten championship this year. But within the next four years? I'll be shocked if they don't. In fact, it's safe to say we expect a national title game within that span."
"Michigan has had some bad seasons in the past, but to almost every Michigan fan out there today, a bad season is 7-5 or 8-4. Sub-.500 just doesn't compute for Michigan. In fact, the last time Michigan had a losing record was 1967. The last time Michigan didn't play in a bowl game was 1975. Both streaks are current NCAA Division I-A records."
Big Ten aims to bolster image
- Interesting article on Kirk Herbstreit defending the Big Ten. Good to see him doing something worthwhile.
UM coach Rodriguez likes how defense looks
University of Michigan freshmen heavily counted on, as offense returns only one starter
Lloyd Carr discusses Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry
Carr enjoying his time as the 'former' coach at Michigan
2008 Michigan Wolverines Preview: The Rich Rodriguez era begins in Ann Arbor
2008 Big Ten preview: Michigan’s defense looks to lead the way
After a busy summer, new Buckeye Boren doesn't regret his departure from Michigan
Rodriguez's story is more than just West Virginia
Questions for Rich Rodriguez
An interview with the University of Michigan's new head football coach
Michigan offense not wowing Rich Rodriguez
Coach calls practice 'average'
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