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VIDEO: Michigan redshirt sophomore defensive end Keith Heitzman discusses his own development in camp, battling the Wolverines offensive line, transformation of his body, and impressions from Saturday's scrimmage.
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Michigan lost a key part of its offense last weekend, becoming the latest victim of a plague of preseason injuries that has hit both NFL and NCAA teams.
Sophomore wide receiver Amara Darboh injured his foot in a Saturday scrimmage, and the team announced Wednesday that he will require season-ending surgery.
"I love Amara, and just hate it for him, how hard he worked through...
Michigan Football announced on Wednesday morning that sophomore receiver Amara Darboh was out for the season with a foot injury that would require surgery. ”I love Amara, and just hate it for him, how hard he worked through the offseason and fall camp to earn a starting role,” said Brady Hoke. “We’ll rally around him like a family does and help him get through...
Brady Hoke is an inventor, a genius, a creator. This season at Michigan, he's going to unveil something you don't see in college football:
An offense that involves running ... OVER ... people. Or, through them, either way.
"It's what I believe in,'' Hoke, in his third year as Michigan's coach, told me the other day after the final two-a-day practice...
Amara Darboh was expected to play a critical role on the Michigan Wolverines’ receiver-starved roster this season. On to Plan B …
Michigan announced Wednesday that Darboh, who reportedly had not practiced since Saturday’s team scrimmage, would miss the entire 2013 season with a foot injury that requires surgery.
“I love Amara, and just hate it for him, how hard he worked...
Ask Michigan redshirt freshman offensive guard Kyle Kalis if he believes he could’ve played in 2012 and he’ll leave little doubt, lacking no confidence in his answer. Now in 2013, redshirt year done and over-with, Kalis is working to ensure he never leaves the field for the Wolverines (VIDEO included).
Senior defensive back Thomas Gordon is looking for the Wolverines to vie for the Big Ten championship this season. He talks to GBW about the work his team has put in during the off-season and the expectations the coaches have for them.
There’s a hunger that permeates throughout Team 134. The Wolverines collectively make no bones about their failure to live up to a constant standard in Ann Arbor. It has been almost a decade since any player donning the winged helmet could call himself a champion, and that’s something they all take personally. For veterans like Desmond Morgan it’s a source of constant motivation.
After starting out at running back and then moving to cornerback last season, Michigan sophomore Dennis Norfleet seems to have found a home a receiver.
With the Wolverines expected to run more of a pro-style offense now that Devin Gardner is the full-time quarterback, the receiving corps was under...
Michigan sophomore linebacker Joe Bolden has made significant weight and strength gains since this time last year. Now he is working hard to turn that growth into production on the football field.
Lose one weapon, gain another: The Michigan Wolverines have named Fitzgerald Touissant its starting RB, but lost starting WR Amara Darboh for the year.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan Football head coach Brady Hoke announced today (Wednesday, Aug. 21) that sophomore wide receiver Amara Darboh (West Des Moines, Iowa/Dowling Catholic) will miss the 2013 season with a foot injury that will require surgery.
This is GopherDigest sixth edition of the season previews and we look at Minnesota's week six opponent, Michigan Wolverines
Recently-graduated former Michigan basketball captain Josh Bartelstein has returned to the United States after spending some time abroad, and he brings good news: He will be releasing, along with Zack Novak, an e-book chronicling the Michigan basketball team’s rise to prominence over the past three years, with a specific focus on this past season. We sat down with Josh to talk...
Previously: The Offense
The 2013 defense is going to be a nice step in the right direction statistically from 2012. Whereas there were good playmakers in many positions in recent years, that's still the case for Team 134, but now there's good playmakers on the depth chart as well.
This is beneficial for two reasons. One, depth is always good, especially on defense...