Posted July 28, 2012 on
In part one of this four part interview with Brady Hoke at Big Ten media day, Michigan’s second year headman discusses the offseason growth of many of his players, the development of Brennen Beyer, Ondre Pipkins’ weight loss, the Alabama match-up, injuries, and more.
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5-star running back Derrick Green has been visiting the Michigan Wolverines all weekend and by all accounts, that visit has been going extremely well. The nations top ranked RB (according to rivals.com) has posed with Heisman Trophies, hung out with Denard Robinson, and spent some quality face time with Brady Hoke.
Checking in at a chiseled 6-foot, 220 pounds, Green is a load and...
5-star RB Derrick Green (Richmond, Virginia) will be visiting Michigan this weekend and partaking in the BBQ at The Big House. Green is ranked as the #1 running back and #12 overall by rivals. He grew up a fan of Ohio State and Eddie George was his favorite player, which is the reason he wears #27. Green had been slated to attend Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights, but canceled...
All B1G coaches presser videos from today can be viewed here.
Transcript via B1G press release:
THE MODERATOR: We're joined by Head Coach Brady Hoke.
COACH HOKE: Number one, thanks to everybody here for coming and traveling and supporting the Big Ten Conference.
I can't tell you how excited we are as a team to be representing such a great league...
In part two of this four part interview with Brady Hoke at Big Ten media day, Michigan’s second year headman discusses Denard, BWC and his penalty, night games, Devin playing 2 positions, Kovacs, Barnum, the RB situation, more.
Brady Hoke thinks he has a team capable of winning the Big Ten championship this season.
And they are going to do it without any extra help.
Although most coaches at Thursday's Big Ten media day left open the option of bringing in players from Penn State, Hoke told reporters that he won't take any Nittany Lions.
"I'll be lying if I didn't say we looked at...
ChambersDevin Gardner: Now wearing #12 and playing WR(Photo: Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com)
University of Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner has been the center of a lot of talk, speculation, and opinions as to what role he will and should play in the upcoming 2012 football season. Well, Michigan’s head coach has put the speculation to rest. According to Michigan football reporter...
In part three of this four part interview with Brady Hoke at Big Ten Media day, Michigan’s second year headman talks a LOT about “The Rivalry,” about the left guard spot, about his running backs, about Blake Countess, and more.
As Big Ten media days wrap up in Chicago, here’s the latest news and information from around the web as it relates to the Michigan Wolverines. For the second straight year, a quarterback from the state of Michigan was the … Continue reading →
With CBR's Big Ten Preview Week drawing to a close, it's time for our staff to give some bold predictions for the conference in the coming season.
Allen Kenney: I have a hard time seeing Michigan living up to expectations this year.
Brady Hoke had a helluva debut season, but living on the edge the way the Wolverines did last year is tough to sustain for two years in a row...
Michigan senior QB, Denard Robinson showed a different side of himself today as the keynote speaker at the 2012 B1G Kickoff Luncheon.
Michigan players Denard Robinson, Taylor Lewan and Jordan Kovacs hit the TV stand yesterday at Big 10 Media Day in Chicago yesterday. Here is some bonus footage of the trio as they talked about the Michigan State rivalry, Ohio State, Michigan’s WR corps, senior leadership, and more.
These are highly subject to change. Brady Hoke remarked at Media Day that UM was picked fifth in their division a year ago; and just outside the top 25 in the year they won their last national title- 1997.
So maybe these rankings don’t really mean all that much? Of course, that won’t stop you from reading them and commenting, right?
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. — It was a busy day at the Spiece Fieldhouse Friday for the GRBA Nationals in the final weekend of the NCAA live evaluation period. There were many Michigan targets in action, and UMHoops was on hand to catch most of them. The focus of the day was on two of the three 2014 prospects with Michigan offers — Keita Bates-Diop and Trevon Blueitt.