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Michigan senior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon saw a major increase in production with Devin Gardner under center in 2012. Now 2013, Gallon can’t wait for the Wolverine offense to show everyone how hard they’ve been working (VIDEO included).
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According to reddit user sarpo3000, members of the Michigan State Spartans football team dared special teams coach Dan Ferrigno to act a fool and strike some ridiculous pose when the official team photo was taken. Apparently, even as 60-year-old man, Ferrigno wasn’t going to back down from a dare, even if it wasn’t a triple-dog […]The post Michigan St. assistant coach acts...
New Offense, New Faces
all know Devin Gardner as a quarterback thanks to his 5 games as the
signal caller to finish out the 2012 season. While Gardner was certainly a
success at QB, that was a year ago in an offense that will be much
different from what we'll see 17 days from now. Gone are the days of
relying heavily on the spread. Team 134 will...
Continuing with the 2013 Michigan Football position preview series, this edition will focus on the quarterback position, where Devin Gardner is entrenched as the starter.
What we know
Devin Gardner (Photo: Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
Devin Gardner was a revelation in five starts at quarterback last year. He accounted for 18 touchdowns and two Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week awards...
One of the unique aspects of college football compared to the pro game is that multiple players can wear the same name — they just can’t be on the field at the same time. Often this results in doubly-cool jerseys where a fan has a number that represents both an offensive and defensive star.
However, there can be drawbacks on occasion, particularly if fans only know a player but...
ANN ARBOR -- Fitz Toussaint knows one things about the 2013 football season.
It can't possibly be worse than 2012.
For the second summer in a row, Toussaint is expected to be Michigan's starting tailback, especially after the injury to five-star freshman Derrick Green. This year, though, he hopes things work out a little better.
The senior spent last summer knowing he...
We all knew that Brady Hoke was a stellar recruiter. But perhaps he’s a lot better than first perceived.
For the 2015 season (which is obviously still a long ways off), Hoke was able to pluck 5-Star wideout George Campbell (Tarpon Springs, Fla) right out of the heart of SEC country.
And before the Wolverine detractors (or even SEC slaps) begin to wonder when exactly Campbell will...
Michigan may have recovered from its slide under Rich Rodriguez.
Brady Hoke took Michigan to the Sugar Bowl in his first year as the Wolverines' coach, but the team slipped to an 8-5 mark last season, and there's still work to be done in Ann Arbor.
Michigan must now move on without Denard Robinson, who was such a big part of the offense. Last year, Robinson was limited...
Michigan redshirt junior linebacker Jake Ryan hasn’t exactly had it easy since tearing his ACL in the spring. Not focused on the negative, Ryan is making great gains in his attempt to return for game action in October. His thoughts on the Wolverines fall camp inside as well (VIDEO included).
Michigan sophomore tight end Devin Funchess isn’t looking back on his freshman year feeling accomplished. Heading into year two in Ann Arbor, Funchess spent the off-season reshaping his body, and he’s noticing a big difference in fall camp (VIDEO included).
Michigan linebacker coach Mark Smith sat down with GoBlueWolverine’s Sam Webb recently to discuss progression of the players at his position this far in fall camp. Smith highlighted the leadership emerging at the position, the growth of Joe Bolden, and James Ross, Desmond Morgan’s move to the MIKE, Royce Jenkins-Stone’s improvement, and more.
Michigan defensive backs coach Curt Mallory fielded queries from the media recently about how his unit is progressing and gave an encouraging review. The third year Wolverine assistant discussed Blake Countess’ recovery, the improvement shown by Delonte Hollowell and Josh Furman, how Raymon Taylor has responded to the challenges issued him, and more.