Found November 11, 2013 on
Where do I begin? I don’t even know what to say.
Watching the Michigan – Nebraska game was one of the most painful experiences I’ve had in a while. That says something considering what happened in East Lansing a week ago. The most painful thing to watch was our team’s lack of spirit. It was like they were dead inside. The Michigan State experience was obviously much more devastating than the score.
One week after having a negative 48 rushing yards and 168 total yards in the 29-6 beat down by Michigan State, Michigan’s high-octane offense seemed to have run out of gas. The Wolverines only had 60 yards of offense in the first half against the Cornhuskers, including minus 10 yards on the ground. What happened in East Lansing was at least somewhat understandable, considering MSU’s excellent defense. Nebraska has a terrible defense. This defeat in our house was inexcusable.
A mounting concern over Hoke and Borge’s coaching decisions permeates social media. I’m not a coach, but the
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Michigan Football is one of the three finalists with a chance to receive a commitment from super-recruit Da’Shawn Hand (Woodbridge, Virginia). The 6-foot-4, 250 pound defensive end is ranked the #1 recruit in the country by rivals.com.
Hand took an official visit to Florida this past weekend and saw the Gators lose to Vanderbilt. He also recently visited Alabama...
A streak no more! Michigan falls to Nebraska 17-13. Brady Hoke’s home win streak ends at 19 straight.
To say it’s been a down two weeks for our Maize & Blue would be an understatement. After falling to MSU last week, the Wolverines couldn’t shake the loss and were unable to sustain a strong defensive second-half performance by the defense and the team ultimately allowed...
To say that the Michigan Wolverines are struggling right now would be a major understatement, The team has lost three of its last four games and has rushed for -69 yards in the last two against Michigan State and Nebraska, respectively. With the offense struggling, head coach Brady Hoke is feeling the heat from Wolverines fans.
Facing doubt from fans is nothing new for coaches, but...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Michigan had hoped to close the regular season well enough to earn a shot at playing for the Big Ten title.
Officially, that can't happen now, so the Wolverines (6-3, 2-3 Big Ten) have adjusted their ultimate goal this year with the conference championship out of reach.
''You got a chance to win 10 football games...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke responds to the growing sentiment that the Wolverines offensive game plan is predictable and what he thinks about hearing boos from the crowd Saturday.
ANN ARBOR -- Brady Hoke's biggest problem right now might not be the other teams in the Big Ten.
It might be the one next door.
Seven months after John Beilein took a team built around freshmen and sophomores to the national-championship game, Hoke is struggling to make any progress at all with a similar group of players.
As much as he wants to blame himself, that's more...
We know a good chunk of the 100,000 or 110,000 or whatever University of Michigan fans were probably drunk on Saturday as Brady Hoke suffered his first ever home loss as leader of the Wolverines. It really sounds like Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman was drunk too when she gave this speech.
Coleman was honored for her work before she retires during the Summer of 2014. The University...
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The answer is absolutely yes. And who can blame her? That offense could force any Meeeeeeechigan fan to alcohol. After starting the year 5-0, Brady Hoke and his Wolverines have gone 1-3 in their last four, including a stomping at the hands of rival Michigan State and a very uninspiring loss to Nebraska in Ann Arbor Saturday.
Mary Sue Coleman was...
Welcome to the Fallout - Week 11 edition.
It's the Same Old Song.
Alabama defeats LSU 38-17, ensuring the Crimson Tide will remain atop the BCS standings. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Five for Fighting.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel scores five touchdowns as he leads the Aggies over Mississippi State 51-41 at Kyle Field. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and its influence over college football.
The Thrill is Gone.
The extended honeymoon looks to be over for Michigan head coach Brady Hoke after the Wolverines' second straight loss this past weekend against Nebraska. (Off Tackle Empire)
Ah, but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now.
With Ohio State set to face...
In what's becoming a weekly feature on this blog...once again, M bloggers have taken to the streets. Brace for impact.
When the offense took the field with a chance to win the game late in
the fourth quarter there was a stunning sound from the crowd: nothing.
Crickets. Nervous mumbling at best. This muffled din was delivered by
the crowd that unleashed...
Ohio State and Michigan have really returned the Big Ten back to the “Big 2, little 8″ from a recruiting standpoint. Especially so if Michigan gets Da’Shawn Hand. Michigan football looks pretty awful right now, but with their recruiting classes they have on the way, they’re going to be really solid. No. 1 ranked college football recruit Da’Shawn Hand will make his college...
For the second straight week Michigan finished in the negative with their rushing attack. Michigan coach Brady Hoke addressed the issue and the lack of push out of the Wolverines front.
Should Brady Hoke still get a pass as he tries to undo the damage Rich Rodriguez did to the Michigan program? Or should he be help accountable for the mess we’re still seeing in Ann Arbor?
Michigan fans are losing patience, though Big Ten fans are also getting frustrated. Sure, as an Ohio State fan, it’s always fun to watch the Buckeyes stomp Michigan, and that has become a regular...
1. Ohio State: Not a debate and the only intrigue remaining is how badly will Urban Meyer house Michigan and will it be enough to get Brady Hoke fired?
2. Wisconsin: This is a close call between them and Michigan State, but I go with the Badgers because I think they could move the ball some on MSU and Wisconsin’s defense is good enough to where MSU would struggle to score more...