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Check out Go Blue Wolverines wrap up of what Michigan head coach Brady Hoke had to say at Big Ten Media days.
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George Campbell (Photo by: [Jim Damaske, Times]Michigan Football’s 2015 recruiting class, picked up a huge commitment on Saturday when 5-star wide receiver George Campbell (East Lake, Florida) committed to the Wolverines. He is in Ann Arbor for Sunday’s the BBQ at the Big House and made his commitment while in town. As a sophomore, Campbell racked up 766 receiving yards and scored...
As the offseason begins to wind down for the Michigan football team, linebacker Jake Ryan’s recovery from a torn ACL during spring practice has been nothing short of remarkable.
In fact according to head coach Brady Hoke, Ryan’s rehabilitation is going so well, he could make a return to the team sometime during the 2013 campaign.
“I think we’re very excited about his progress...
File photo from spring game.
THE MODERATOR: We're joined by Brady Hoke.
COACH HOKE: First off, I know we're all excited that you're all here and you took the opportunity to travel up here and it's really an honor and a privilege to represent the University of Michigan and the team 134.
We've got 12 days until fall camp, look forward to it. We've...
In part two of Brady Hoke breakout session with the media, Michigan’s headman gives the latest on Blake Countess', Jake Ryan's and Fitz Toussaint’s health, and discusses expectations for the new coaches in the league, and more.
You no doubt heard about the courageous kid who was stricken with cancer, named his cancer “Michigan” and made the goal to “beat Michigan.” This young man, named Grant Reid is obviously a huge Ohio State fan. And Mr. Reid did in fact beat his cancer. He’s currently in remission. Michigan Wolverines coach Brady Hoke hooked Reid up with free tickets.
Obviously, matters of...
Brady Hoke likes his team, and he wants them to win the Big Ten championship.
The second part of that sentence is not surprising -- Michigan's goal at the start of every season is to win the conference title -- but the first part is unusual for Hoke.
"I don't usually like my team during the summer," Hoke said during Wednesday's media appearance at Big Ten...
For Devin Gardner it is the best of times, for the city of Detroit it is the worst of times.
Devin Gardner previously played wide receiver for the Michigan Wolverines and he’ll play his redshirt junior season in Ann Arbor. During the fall of 2009, he was rated as the No. 1 dual-threat high school quarterback in the United States by Rivals and the No. 5 quarterback by ESPNU.
The ever-changing landscape of college football is about to trim off another section of fat, as teams begin to move to a 9-game conference schedule and a greater emphasis on strength-of-schedule out of conference due to the new college football playoff. The days of the Florida putting up 79 points on the Citadel are close to being eliminated, as are the amazing upsets like Appalachian...
The Michigan Wolverines landed the nation's top-rated athlete for the 2015 class, George Campbell. Big time.
Michigan’s field general held court during the B1G Media Day breakout session -- he shed light on his growth as a leader, his confidence in his team, the overblown reaction to his so-called “guarantee” of victory over Ohio State, and more.
While Michigan’s assistant coaches were busy on the recruiting trail over the past few weeks, John Beilein was in Kazan, Russia, contributing as an assistant coach for Team USA at the World University Games.
The United States finished a disappointing ninth, after a 94-85 loss to Canada in the final game of the preliminary round knocked them out of medal contention. However, despite...
2012 Record: 8-5 (6-2 in Big Ten)
Head Coach: Brady Hoke (third year at Michigan, 66-57 All-Time)
Last Bowl Game: 2012 Outback Bowl: lost to South Carolina 33-28
Stadium: Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, MI (capacity = 109,901)
Home Field Advantage: ranked 1st out of 69 BCS teams
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Out of Conference: 8/31 vs CMU...
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I am off work the next two days and will be out on an area baseball diamond feeling up teenage boys instead of in front of a computer so these aren’t going to be very long. You’ll live. So I’m tasked with the tough…uh, task of coming up with a topic that I will not need to facilitate. This is going to be tough. NOT! Count it.
College football is probably...