1. Lead Running Back Performance: Calvin Magee vs. Fred Jackson

    In the previous post, I highlighted some of the past coaching experience of Michigan’s current quarterback coach, Rod Smith...

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  2. Quarterback Achievement Under Rod Smith

    It’s within the grave realm of possibility that the Michigan football team may start a true freshman at quarterback this fall for only the third time in over 40 years. The last two episodes of such daring ended well statistically for the Wolverines

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  3. The Controversy Over The No. 1 Jersey at Michigan

    One interesting episode during of the off-season maelstrom of Rich Rodriguez’s first year as head football coach at Michigan was the controversy over issueing the No. 1 jersey to a freshmen defensive back, J...

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  4. Courtney Avery selects Wolverines over “El Palo Alto”

    Mr. Courtney Avery, a 3-star, 23rd-ranked cornerback from Lexington, OH decommitted from Stanford last week and transferred his football loyalty to the University of Michigan...

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  5. 2009 Michigan Wolverines: What to Expect and Why

    Kickoff to the 2009 college football season is now 77 days away. Here are some things we should expect from the Michigan football team this fall:Improved Quarterback PlayJust how bad ...

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  6. UCLA's Defense Under Defensive Line Coach Greg Robinson

    The Michigan football team is now on it's fourth defensive coordinator in the last five years. Past Michigan football defensive coordinators include:Jim Herrmann 1996-2005Ron English 2006-2007Scott ...

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  7. The Rodriguez Spread Offense at Full Throttle

    When Rich Rodriguez was hired as the head coach at Michigan, many college football experts and fans made the bee line assumption that to achieve real success, the Wolverines must find a Pat White clone at quarterback...

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  8. Michigan Racking Up More 2010 Recruits

    On May 28, the Michigan Wolverines landed new commitments for the 2010 football class from DE/TE Jordan Paskorz from Allison Park, PA. Paskorz is a three-star, 59th ranked TE in the country by Scout...

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  9. 2010 Inaugural Opponent for Michigan Football Still Undetermined

    The Michigan Wolverines have one more schedule slot to fill for the 2010 college football season. This open date is September 4th, 2010 when renowned Michigan Stadium will re-open with a new ...

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  10. Cupcakes of Death!: Michigan Schedules New 2010 Opponents

    Everyone loves cupcakes. Come on! Who doesn't love cupcakes?Michigan is slowly but surely filling out it's 2010 schedule.They made some good progress today by chiseling in games versus Massachussetts for September 18th, 2010...

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  11. The Magic of Rich Rodriguez in Year Two?

    Spring practice concluded several weeks ago. Michigan Wolverine football players will be participating in the so called "voluntary summary workouts...

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  12. 2009 Big Ten Team Predictions

    Kick off of the 2009 college football season is only 103 days away.Time for ridiculously early football team predictions that make for great reading amusement in the merry month of May! Here ...

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  13. Big Ten Football Predictions for 2009 (An Intro)

    In the coming weeks I will posting predictions for each Big Ten football team for the 2009 season. I'm finishing up quite a bit of research of each team, including a full review 2008 results, ...

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  14. Academic Performance Rates Released for Big Ten Football Programs

    The Academic Performance Rates of NCAA athletic programs have been released, including college football programs. The NCAA appears to be kicking ass and taking names. Just ask Minnesota, Mississippi or Montana State football progams...

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  15. The Yield from Michigan's 2006 Recruiting Class

    In late December of 2005 the Michigan Wolverines wrapped up one of the most frustrating football seasons in recent memory...

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  16. The Big Ten's Eventual Expansion to 12 Teams

    The Big Ten Conference consists today of 11 universities:IndianaIllinoisIowaMichiganMichigan StateMinnesotaNorthwesternOhio StatePenn StatePurdueWisconsinEleven teams is an odd configuration...

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  17. Michigan's Inexperienced Quarterback Situation 2008: UM's Been Here Before

    One of the main reasons the University of Michigan football team is predicted by so many sports media outlets, college football experts, pundits and fans to finish at the bottom of the Big Ten ...

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  18. Michigan Football: Six Reasons Why the Wolverines Will Succeed in 2008

    The college football annuals for 2008 have been on the shelves for weeks now, and the outlook for the Michigan Wolverine football team reads pretty bleakly indeed...

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