1. Michigan Football: 10 New Year's Resolutions for the Wolverines

    Normal New Year's resolutions pertain to last-minute recruiting needs or changes needed during spring practice or the beginning of fall camp. But for the Michigan Wolverines, this year is different...

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  2. Big Ten/Pac-12 Agreement: Michigan May Host Southern Cal in Big House by 2017

    Thanks to Wednesday's scheduling agreement between the Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences, Michigan fans may finally get the matchup they've been anticipating for years. Michigan and Southern Cal could meet in the Big House for the first time since 1958...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about almost 3 years ago 4,182 reads 4 comments

  3. Sugar Bowl 2012: BeamerBall to Test Michigan Wolverines' Mettle

    It's no secret that Virginia Tech has assembled 19-straight winning seasons and 19 consecutive bowl berths. The Hokies have done it with BeamerBall , a highly successful combination of defense and special teams...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 2,581 reads 13 comments

  4. Michigan Football: 6 Reasons to Be Thankful

    The Michigan football team was in shambles this time a year ago. The Wolverines had just lost their seventh straight to Ohio State, and coach Rich Rodriguez was on his way out...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 6,579 reads 15 comments

  5. Michigan Football: Could Sugar Bowl Be Denard Robinson's Farewell?

    For years, the argument against leaving college football for the NFL was mostly about getting a degree. But as contracts became extremely lucrative, leaving early became the norm...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 5,227 reads 42 comments

  6. Michigan Football: 8 Players the Wolverines Will Miss Most

    Several Michigan seniors will be making their final appearance January 3 when they meet Virginia Tech in the 78th-annual Sugar Bowl. They will all depart on a positive note—finally beating Ohio State and playing in their first BCS bowl game...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 4,052 reads 12 comments

  7. Michigan Football: Rebuilding the Wolverines Defense One Man at a Time

    The biggest challenge Brady Hoke faced when he took the Michigan job was to rebuild the defense. Hoke went right to work, hiring Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Greg Mattison...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 1,093 reads 7 comments

  8. Michigan Football: Recruiting Pipeline to Detroit Cass Tech Alive and Well

    Since the school opened in 1907, Cass Tech has regularly sent gifted high school students to the University of Michigan. In recent years the relationship has become even better...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 6,028 reads 14 comments

  9. Michigan Football: Has Dave Brandon Fired First Shot at NCAA?

    Dave Brandon has faced more than a few challenges during his two-year reign as Michigan's athletic director...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 6,752 reads 94 comments

  10. Michigan Football: Latest Sugar Bowl News and Updates

    No. 13 Michigan (10-2, 6-2) and No. 11 (11-2, 7-1) will meet for the first time at the 78th Sugar Bowl in New Orleans Jan. 3. Kickoff is slated for 8:30 p.m. EST and the game will be televised by ESPN...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 5,676 reads 16 comments

  11. Michigan in the Sugar Bowl: It Was Bo vs. Bo in 1984

    It's been 28 years since the Wolverines played in their first and only Sugar Bowl. The 9-7 Auburn victory was overshadowed by a pair of famous Bo's...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 2,023 reads 4 comments

  12. Michigan Football: Urban Meyer Joins Brady Hoke in Crucial Recruiting Battles

    With National Signing Day (Feb. 1, 2012) less than two months away, a new character has arrived to make things even more interesting as we head down the stretch...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 9,294 reads 86 comments

  13. Michigan to the Sugar Bowl: A Guide to the Matchup vs. Virginia Tech

    No. 13 Michigan landing in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 3 with No. 11 Virginia Tech was a handsome reward for both teams...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 5,676 reads 30 comments

  14. Michigan Bowl Forecast: 6 Possible Opponents Remain

    The late three-game winning streak could pay huge dividends for the Michigan football program. Wins over Illinois, Nebraska and Ohio State could vault Michigan into a BCS Bowl Game for the first time since 2006...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 8,438 reads 26 comments

  15. Michigan Football: Al Borges' Offense Clicked When It Mattered Most

    While Michigan's defense improved throughout the season, the offense sometimes struggled. Taking most of the blame was offensive coordinator Al Borges, who came to the Wolverines from San Diego State along with Brady Hoke...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 3,153 reads 36 comments

  16. Michigan Football: What Saturday's Win over Ohio Means to Michigan's Future

    Looking back, Michigan's 40-34 victory was loaded with historical significance. The win ended Ohio State's seven-game winning streak, it gave Michigan it's first 10-win season since 2006, and it gave Michigan it's first 8-0 season at the Big House...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 4,589 reads 79 comments

  17. Michigan vs. Ohio State: 12 Foolproof Ways To Beat the Buckeyes

    Two schools known for having the greatest rivalry in collegiate sports—Michigan and Ohio State—will meet Saturday for the 108th time before nearly 115,000 fans at famed Michigan Stadium...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 2,086 reads 2 comments

  18. Michigan vs. Ohio State: My Favorite Wolverine Victory over the Buckeyes

    The stage was set for the 1969 Michigan-Ohio State game long before the opening kickoff. It was precisely a year earlier, when in the final moments of the 1968 game, Buckeye coach Woody Hayes made one of the biggest blunders of his illustrious career...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 1,298 reads 8 comments

  19. Michigan Football: Grading the Wolverines' Win over Nebraska Cornhuskers

    Coach Brady Hoke chalked up his first "signature" win Saturday as the Wolverines pummeled Nebraska, 45-17. The victory was merely an example of things to come...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 4,670 reads 23 comments

  20. Michigan Football Notes: Wolverine Recruits to Shine in All-Star Games

    A good chance to view Michigan's recent recruits are by watching the two national high school All-Star games. The 12th U.S. Army All-American Bowl will be held Jan...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 6,473 reads 10 comments

  21. Meet the Wolverines Who Will Beat Nebraska

    The Michigan Wolverines host the Nebraska Cornhuskers Saturday in their first-ever Big Ten Conference meeting. The Wolverines expect a Michigan Stadium crowd of 112,500 for the noon kickoff...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 5,182 reads 33 comments

  22. Michigan Football: Grading the Wolverines' Win at Illinois

    The ghost of former coach Rich Rodriguez has left the building. For better than three seasons, the knock on Michigan has been its inability to compete physically in the Big Ten Conference...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 3,594 reads 17 comments

  23. Michigan Recruiting Could Profit from Ongoing Scandals at Penn State, Ohio State

    While most of the nation has been agonizing over the current child abuse scandal at Penn State, another bombshell has surfaced in Columbus...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 2,952 reads 9 comments

  24. Michigan Football: Can the Wolverines Avoid a Late-Season Collapse?

    The month of November has been unkind to the Michigan Wolverines in recent years. Over the last five seasons, Michigan has managed just a 4-11 record, including five losses to arch-rival Ohio State...

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  25. Joe Paterno Firing: Beaver Stadium Should Remain Empty Saturday

    By now, most of the sports world has awakened to the news of coach Joe Paterno 's firing. The iconic Penn State football coach was fired Wednesday night, along with university ...

    Joel Greer Written by Joel Greer about 3 years ago 1,037 reads 2 comments