Posted February 06, 2012 on
Commit number three comes in for the Michigan Wolverines, Detroit Crockett tight end Khalid Hill.
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The Michigan Wolverines added a 25th member to their 2012 recruiting class when Dan Gibbs (Birmingham, Michigan) accepted an offer to walk-on at U-M. ”Officially playing football at Michigan next year!” Gibbs announced on his twitter feed. “Couldn’t be happier with my choice.” The 6-foot-7, 320 pond Gibbs is a OL prospect out of nearby Seaholm High School. Gibbs is also...
A mere five days after the Michigan Wolverines had 25 highly touted recruits sign national letters of intent and officially became members of their 2012 recruiting class, junior tight end and defensive end prospect Khalid Hill (Detroit, MI) gave the Wolverines a verbal pledge to join the class of 2013.
"If you are wondering I did get the offer from U of M and I...
Junior Hemingway completed his Michigan football career by being named Most Valuable Player of the Sugar Bowl.
A month later, one of his prized possessions from that final game was stolen from his father's home in Conway, S.C.
Hemingway's Sugar Bowl watch, along with a Gator Bowl watch and Outback Bowl ring from previous years, were among numerous valuables reported stolen...
ESPN’s Michael Rothstein caught up with Jon Horford after Michigan’s loss in East Lansing on Sunday and the sophomore big man reiterated that a redshirt remains the most likely option.
“If coach said, ‘We absolutely need you to come back,’ I could come back,” Horford said Sunday following Michigan’s 64-54 loss to Michigan State. “But other than that, I’ve missed...
Everyone knew 2011 would be an adjustment for Denard Robinson and the Michigan offense. Not only would they be implementing an entirely new coaching staff, but would be totally switching gears from the wide open spread offense to a more conventional pro-style offense. The one constant that most figured would remain was that “Shoelace” would still be the focal point...
Scout.com caught up with Ryan White for a quick update on his thoughts on the Michigan Wolverines – his latest scholarship offer.
Zack Novak, Trey Burke and Stu Douglass met with the media after Michigan’s 64-54 loss in East Lansing against Michigan State. Watch the videos in the embedded media players below:
Burke and Douglass after the jump.
Trey Burke and Zack Novak reflect upon Michigan's 64-54 loss at Michigan State (with video).
One shot went in. One didn't. That is what separated the Michigan State women and Michigan women Sunday in their version of the Super Bowl. Trailing by two points, MSU's Porsche Poole fired a pass inside to Lykendra Johnson for a basket to tie the game with 53 seconds remaining.