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The Wolverines have had a roller coaster year starting with their opening night lost to #2 (then #1) Alabama and then three weeks later to #1 (then #11) Notre Dame to drop to 2-2. Since then they have won six of the seven, only losing to Nebraska in Lincoln and that was after losing QB Denard Robinson to a nerve issue in his throwing right elbow. Now they have a two quarterback offense with Jr. QB Devin Gardner and Robinson. Gardner who has led the offense these past three games, with outstanding performances (combined passing 46 for 70 for 834 yards, 7 touchdowns a QB Rating of 190.2 and rushing 28 carries for 106 yards, but 6 rushing touchdowns) all wins, while Robinson was healing.
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Michigan Football will trek down to Columbus this week for their regular season finale. Awaiting them will be the undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes and a hostile crowd. There is much on the line in this, the 109th edition of The Game. OSU will look to cap a perfect season in their final game of 2012, they are ineligible for a bowl game. Pending the outcome of Nebraska at Iowa on Friday...
Last week against Iowa, the Michigan coaching staff revealed a twist to the offense which had never been seen before in the capacity that it was used: Denard Robinson and Devin Gardner on the field at the same time, with Gardner under center instead of Denard. Last year, Gardner did get some playing time at quarterback while Denard ran some plays at wide receiver or running back...
The 2012 Presidential Election was officially over when it was announced that the state of Ohio’s electoral votes went to Barack Obama. Now, fans a select group of people in “the Mother of Presidents” is asking for a favor in return. The Ohio State Buckeyes are one game away from a perfect regular season. Even [...]
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Michigan senior safety Jordan Kovacs says he's living his dream.
Kovacs will start the 45th game of his storybook career Saturday when the 20th-ranked Wolverines travel to his home state to play No. 4 Ohio State.
He grew up in Curtice, Ohio, about 15 miles southeast of the Michigan state line...
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke doesn’t blame opposing fans for being excited and trying to rattle his team in road situations. Saturday at Ohio State won’t be any different (well, maybe a little).
Michigan senior quarterback Denard Robinson talks about his protective sleeve, the effects it has on him throwing the football, his thankfulness for his injury not ending his career, his new role in the Michigan offense, his first ever catch in a game, his thoughts on doing whatever takes to get on the field, the last time he played another position, and more. ***Watch the full interview.***
Michigan fifth-year senior Elliott Mealer reflects on his experience as a child
growing up in Ohio, the excitement leading up to the game, and what it will be
like playing in front of friends and family.