1. Why ESPN and The General Media Still Don't Get It

    ESPN's Joe Schad just doesn't get it. His generalized sound bites on ESPN (notably this one) fail to address the critical - and only - issue in this soon-to-be non-story: whether extra time spent on football was mandatory...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 24 reads 0 comments

  2. Michigan Wolverines Football: Carson Butler Says No Violations

    Wolverine fans know that Carson had his ups and downs last year under Coach Rodriguez's program. Now a rookie with the Detroit Lions, Butler has come out and said that there were no violations...

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  3. Michigan Wolverines Depth Chart Released

    Scroll down to page 14. Tate is listed first, but RR insisted at presser that it didn't mean anything.Other notables include the following players cracking the two-deep:X - Darryl Stonum behind ...

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  4. Je'Ron Stokes' Dad Speaks Out

    For those just checking in, Je'Ron Stokes was one of the two freshmen misled by the Freep's Snyder/Rosenberg investigation team...

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  5. Michigan Wolverines Become Victims of The Detroit Free Press Agenda

    We all have our opinions on the quality of this weekend's Detroit Free Press articles quoting whiners and cry-babies who couldn't and can't cut it at Michigan. But it's relatively hard to argue with some key facts suggesting an agenda...

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  6. Parents of Michigan Players Deny Allegations

    The fathers of Tate Forcier and Michael Schofield have come out and supported the Michigan team and coaching staff. "I've had three sons in college football now, and they've all gone through the same things so far," Mike Forcier said...

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  7. Inkster Loses But Gardner Performs Well

    Although he suffered a few big hits (one of which was helmet-to-helmet), Devin Gardner did all he could to will his team to victory against Michigan commit Ricardo Millers's Ann Arbor Pioneer...

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  8. Devin Gardner Willing to Compete for Michigan Wolverines

    Inkster star Devin Gardner is solid Blue, regardless of the competition at the quarterback position for Michigan. "I’m going to have to compete regardless," Gardner said. "If he does well that just makes for more competition...

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  9. Some Problems with the Michigan NCAA Violation Allegations

    It's still very early in this process, and we don't yet know all of the details, but here are some preliminary thoughts. 1...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 1,187 reads 21 comments

  10. Jared Van Slyke Earns His Keep with Michigan Wolverines

    Few fans may have heard of walk-on Jared Van Slyke, son of MLB player Andy Van Slyke. He went to Southeast Missouri State and barely played. So he transferred to Michigan—as a walk-on...

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  11. Ken Wilkins an "Unbelievable Physical Talent"

    Michigan commit Ken Wilkins has been described as nothing less than a beast, standing at 6'3", 231 lbs. Pre-Barwis, Wilkins benches 365 and runs a 40-yard dash in 4.61 seconds. "He's an unbelievable physical talent," Trinity Coach Ed Dalton said...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 570 reads 1 comments

  12. Rodriguez Not Eager to Give Up Hotel Rooms

    Some fans may not know the Wolverines spend the night before a big game in hotel rooms. In fact, all teams do. Well, that may soon change at the NCAA Convention next January...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 292 reads 3 comments

  13. For Those with an Extra 65-95k Floating Around....

    Why not blow it on a one-year subscription to receive a 15-by-28 foot suite at the Big House? After all, you get to bring 15 of your friends, and the windows open if you'd like to hear the crowd noise...

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  14. "Football is my ticket out of the world I grew up in," says Tony Grimes

    The star cornerback from Miami Florida is ready to be a vocal leader. His position coach actually says he takes over sometimes and coaches the other corners...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 21 reads 0 comments

  15. Matt Millen, Kirk Herbstreit Predict Big Improvement for Michigan in 2009

    While we're not in the habit of following Mr. Herbstreit's every move, he did have some positive things to say about the Wolverines in 2009. So did former WR-loving-NFL-GM-turned-college-analyst Matt Millen...

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  16. Brandon Ifill Updates

    The Pittsburgh corner/safety prospect says he'll visit Maryland and Michigan in September. Maryland is recruiting him as a receiver, Michigan as a defensive back...

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  17. Teric Jones Discusses Position Switch

    We love his attitude here at michiganfootballblog. Teric is a high energy committed guy who is willing to do whatever is asked of him to play for Michigan. He's definitely all in...

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  18. Michigan Wolverine's Offensive Line: The Key to a 2009 Turnaround?

    Howie Beardsley of the Grand Rapids Press thinks so: "To catch, pass, and run within the spread, the offensive line must be able to block and protect...

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  19. Kevin Koger Just Wants Michigan Wolverines to Win

    He's bigger, stronger, faster, and the coaching staff took a trip to Oklahoma this offseason to see how they utilize the tight end position in their spread attack. It's hard not to think that 2009 will be bright for Koger...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 5 years ago 93 reads 1 comments

  20. Fred Jackson Has a Plan for His Deep Backfield

    RB Coach Fred Jackson says he has a good idea of how to effectively utilize the wealth of talent in his backfield. "I think I already got that in the back of my mind how to do it," Jackson said Sunday during Michigan's media day...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about almost 6 years ago 603 reads 3 comments

  21. Devin Gardner Speaks About Elite 11 Experience

    Devin Gardner recently gave us his thoughts about his approach to the Elite 11 camp and his development as a quarterback. "They told me not to run 40s and do all that stuff, but I was like 'I've made myself better,' " Gardner said...

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  22. Returning Starters in the Big Ten

    Big Ten teams return on average 14-15 starters this season. While there has been some skepticism around the validity of this statistic in predicting success, it (perhaps coincidentally) did a pretty good job of forecasting success in 2008...

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  23. UM Offense and Big Plays

    This past week the UM offense, and the QBs in particular, were highlighted by the coaching staff for making several big plays...

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  24. Michigan On Other End of Upset Alert?

    Earlier this week Michigan was picked as one of five potential upsets in week one by a Sporting News football writer. The heart of the argument compared WMU's "loaded" offense versus Michigan's inexperienced QB...

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  25. Why Do Notre Dame Fans Keep Giving Weis a Free Pass?

    “No, no, no,” goes the annual thinking of a typical Notre Dame fan. “This is the year we’ll finally hold Weis accountable. Forget last year...and the year before...

    The Wolverine Written by The Wolverine about 5 years ago 587 reads 28 comments