Posted August 07, 2012 on
One of the few 2013 recruits left on the board for the Michigan Wolverines is Arizona wide receiver Devon Allen. GBW caught up with Allen’s father to talk about their recent experience at the BHBBQ, impressions of the coaching staff, and whether or not this speeds up the timeline for a decision.

Hoke gives no timeline for Toussaint's return

Michigan started preseason practice without suspended players Fitz Toussaint and Frank Clark, and with coach Brady Hoke giving no hint on when either would return. Toussaint, the starting tailback, was arrested for drunken driving. Clark, a defensive end, was charged with second-degree home invasion. Hoke announced Monday both will remain off the field for the indefinitely. The...

Michigan Football Preview: Breaking Down the Legends Division Competition

Between now and Sept. 1, when the Michigan Wolverines open the 2012 college football season against Alabama, we'll be breaking down the upcoming season. Continue reading →

Big Tentacles: Illinois vs. Northwestern, Iowa, and Brady Hoke.

A few quick hits today. Expect a bigger BT tomorrow (I hope). From the "you care more about this more than we do" dept. Rodger Sherman mocks Illinois's attempts to make its instate rivalry against Northwestern more meaningful than it actually is. (Sippin' on Purple) Falling to Black.  Iowa gives its 2012 season the title "Enter the Black."...

Hoke: Wolverines Off to Crisp Start (Video)

Brady Hoke met with members of the media Monday to discuss to recap the opening of fall camp. The Wolverines' second year headman discussed Michael Schofield's move to tackle, Brennen Beyer's development, Will Campbell's maturation, Thomas Rawls, Jake Ryan, and much much more. (with video)

Fall practice primer

The season opener against Alabama is 26 days away, but today Michigan begins its final preparations as Team 133 hits the field for fall camp. Freshmen reported on Saturday and veterans on Sunday as the team takes the field today for the first of 29 practices. With 15 returning starters most starting spots are locked up, but some questions undoubtedly remain to be answered over the...

B1G Schedule Breakdown: Michigan

Wait, we have to predict Michigan, too? Previously: Leaders: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Wisconsin Legends: Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern Michigan Wolverines 2011 Overall Record: 11-2 2011 Big Ten Record: 6-2 DateOpponent Sept 1vs Alabama (Arlington, TX) Sept 8Air Force Sept 15UMass Sept 22@ Notre Dame...

Three Michigan hoops players visit kids’ Detroit lemonade stand

Joshua Smith, 9, and Dwayne Durant, 10, had a vision.  They spent last week running a lemonade stand in their parents’ front yard just like many kids across the country.  The profits weren’t going to go toward a video game or sports equipment.  Their focus was on the bigger picture.  Their revenue was going to be given to the struggling city of Detroit. The boys’ endeavor...

Michigan Wolverines’ Taylor Lewan: next big OL NFL Prospect

The Big Ten has been great at producing offensive linemen prospects for he NFL lately. The Wisconsin Badgers are a factory, but there’s also been a bunch in the few year coming out from the Illinois Fighting Illini, Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines. Who’s the next Jake Long? Maybe Michigan junior left tackle Taylor Lewan. Part of what makes these o linemen from the...

Big Ten Football Preview: Michigan Wolverines

MICHIGAN WOLVERINES Last Season: 11-2, 6-2 Big Ten. Finished second in Legends Division. Coach: Brady Hoke, second year. Career FBS Record: 58-52. Starters Returning: 13 – Offense 6, Defense 7. On Jan. 11, 2011, Brady Hoke was named the 19th head coach in University of Michigan football history, even...
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