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The 2013 Preseason All-Big Ten Conference Team by College Football Universe has been released. Ohio State landed the most first team players with four. Next up for the first team, Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State, and Wisconsin all tied for the second most selections with three each; Iowa, Michigan, and Nebraska had two apiece. To finish it up, Illinois, Indiana, and Minnesota all had one first team representative per school. Purdue is the only school without a first team player listed.Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller may be the most well known player in the Big Ten, but Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan is the highest rated pick for the conference in next year's NFL Draft. The Big Ten has a deep talent pool at the tight end position along with an assortment of offensive linemen. Defensively, the conference has solid linebackers, but lacks depth overall in defensive linemen. More young talent may emerge in the trenches as the season progresses. 2013 All-Big ...
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On Friday, Michigan Football picked up a commitment from 2015 recruit Shaun Crawford. On Saturday, they added another 2015 prospect when Tyree Kinnel (Huber Heights, Ohio) pledged to play his college football for Brady Hoke and the Wolverines. Checking in at 6-foot, 190 pounds, Kinnel is a 4-star recruit who plays cornerback at Wayne High School. He projects as a safety at the collegiate...
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On Friday, Shaun Crawford (Lakewood, Ohio) became the fifth member of Michigan Football’s 2015 recruiting class. A 4-star defensive back, Crawford is ranked as the #49 overall prospect in the 2015 class by ESPN. He choose Michigan over offers from Miami (Florida), Florida State and Tennessee.
Crawford (5-9, 168) is a versatile...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady returned to his alma mater in Ann Arbor on Thursday and gave a pep talk to the Michigan Wolverines football team.
Brady spoke to the players about how lucky they are to have the opportunity to play for Michigan and what it meant to former Wolverine players like himself. The most interesting part of the speech came when Brady said that...
This installment of the Michigan Football position preview series zeroes in on special teams.
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Will Hagerup is the reigning Big Ten punter of the year, but he will not play in 2013. Hagerup is sitting out this year after disciplinary issues. He is working out with the team and will play his final season of eligibility in 2014...
For the third time in program history, the Michigan football team has named four captains - Taylor Lewan, Courtney Avery, Cam Gordon, and Jake Ryan.
Brady Hoke finally figured out who his backup quarterback is going to be, but he still has plenty of offensive decisions to make before next week's season opener against Central Michigan.
Top recruit Shane Morris will be No. 2 behind Devin Gardner, having finally earned the job in an Aug. 18 scrimmage.
"I think Shane has continued to improve every day," Hoke said...
Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Joe Reynolds is one of the guys expected to replace Amara Darboh, who is out for the year with a foot injury. Reynolds made this catch during the Wolverines most recent scrimmage and I must say that it is quite impressive. Hopefully he will bring some more of that to games in the regular season.
Head coach Brady Hoke was just about in for a ticker-tape parade after 2011. The Ohio native took a Michigan team that had gone 3-9, 5-7, and 7-6 three years previously and went 11-2 his first year, owing mostly to an explosive quarterback in Denard Robinson and a lot of fumbles bouncing their way. The Wolverines regressed slightly in (Visited 2 times, 2 visits today)The post...
VIDEO: Kicking off football season with a bang, Sam Webb welcomed former Michigan quarterbacks Rick Leach and John Wangler on Sunday's GoBlueWolverine Radio Hour. In part two, the trio further discuss the impact of Taylor Lewan, freshmen standing out, and John U. Bacon and Jamie Morris make cameos on the program.
VIDEO: Sunday's first GoBlueWolverine Radio Hour of the season began with a bang as Sam Webb welcomed former Michigan quarterbacks Rick Leach and John Wangler into the studio. In segment one, Sam and the guys discuss Devin Gardner, Taylor Lewan's decision, and quick practice observations.