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I've been on the road the last two days, so content has been sparse. We'll resume normal programming tomorrow.
Official word from UM media relations:
University of Michigan football sophomore cornerback Blake Countess (Owings Mills, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel) will miss the remainder of the 2012 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in last Saturday...
It is being reported that Michigan Football’s sophomore cornerback Blake Countess is out of the season with a knee injury.
MT @mgoblog Michigan CB Blake Countess Done For Year: bit.ly/Tbp4AM
— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) September 3, 2012
Countess was injured during the Alabama game and was replaced by Courtney Avery (Jr), who struggled. Raymon Taylor (So) and Terry Richardson...
Michigan has lost starting cornerback Blake Countess because of a season-ending knee injury.
The team announced Monday that Countess tore an anterior cruciate ligament against Alabama. He was hurt early in Saturday night when the eighth-ranked Wolverines lost 41-14 to the second-ranked Crimson Tide.
Countess played in 12 games and started six last season as a freshman.
University of Michigan football sophomore cornerback Blake Countess (Owings Mills, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel) will miss the remainder of the 2012 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in last Saturday’s game against Alabama. The loss to the Crimson Tide was bad enough, but now there’s injury added to insult for the Wolverines.
Countess started six of...
Brady Hoke thinks his Michigan team's spirits are still high following Saturday's 41-14 loss to No. 2 Alabama.
The Wolverines weren't as lucky on the physical side.
Hoke confirmed that starting cornerback Blake Countess will miss the rest of the season after tearing his ACL on a special-teams play early in the game. Countess, who will take a medical redshirt, will be...
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke fought through a weak voice earlier this afternoon addressing media after the Wolverines season opening loss. Hoke delves into Michigan’s struggles against Alabama, updates on the injury front and how they plan to avoid a letdown in week two.
Michigan headman Brady Hoke reflects upon his team's 41-14 loss to Alabama in the Cowboy Classic. **With Video**
The hits keep coming in Ann Arbor.
Saturday the Wolverines for demolished by Alabama in front of the entire country, effectively ending their chances of playing for a national title and capitalizing on Urban Meyer's one year vacation from postseason dominance in Columbus.
Their star quarterback's Heisman hopes were likely washed down the shower drain in Cowboys...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Brady Hoke made sure his Michigan Wolverines understood the week's big message.
Hoke said when he met with the media on Monday, and so did both Elliott Mealer and Devin Gardner.
"We can't let Alabama beat us twice."
Hoke is worried that, after being humiliated 41-14 by the Crimson Tide on national television, his team won't be in the right...
The toughest of tests was too much for coach Brady Hoke and Michigan. This was Alabama - still at its very best.
After an 11-win season and BCS victory in Hoke's first season, the last thing the Wolverines expected was to start year two with a confidence-shaking performance.
''Obviously, we didn't play Michigan football, and that's something that bothers our...
Michigan still on right path, but far from elite
The Michigan Wolverines thought they were back after having a quick turnaround season under Brady Hoke ending with a victory in the Sugar Bowl and creating strong momentum in recruiting over the past year. The stains left from the Rich Rodriguez were seemingly removed but in ironic fashion it was Tide that brought them back. Crimson...
Brady Hoke wants to make sure his team bounces back mentally from Saturday's 41-14 loss to then-No. 2 Alabama.
"The important thing is that we can't let Alabama beat us twice," Hoke said. "This is a week where we will learn about our team's leadership and our motivation. There are only 11 more guaranteed opportunities for University of Michigan football...
Using the Alabama game to our benefit
I’ll never say a loss is a good thing, but perhaps losing the way Michigan did on Saturday can be beneficial going forward. Most of us can agree that Michigan was overrated at No. 8 entering the season. With the unfavorable schedule and key losses, we all knew it was going to be hard to repeat the successes of last season.
After the Week 1...