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University of Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan was named to the 2012 Walter Camp All-America first team, becoming the 126th All-American in Michigan football history.
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Michigan Football’s Taylor Lewan was recently named to the 2012 Walter Camp All-America first team during the ESPN Home Depot College Football Awards Show. Lewan is the 126th All-American in Michigan’s storied history. This is the latest award for Lewan, who was named the Big Ten’s Offensive Lineman of the Year and a first-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and media...
Tomorrow night, one of three men will be awarded college football’s most prestigious honor, the Heisman Trophy. Only three were invited to the ceremony this season instead of the usual five, but in reality only two of them have a chance of winning the award and only one is actually deserving. But in the wacky landscape of college football in 2012, it’s likely that the most deserving...
The Wolverines should be more prepared for Arkansas' aggressive style of play this time around, and Trey Burke will be able to bounce back from last year's frustrating game Continue reading →
There's just something about #77 at Michigan. For me, it ranks right up there with the #1 jersey for a WR in terms of how much it means to that position. You think of #77, you think of dominant offensive lineman, tackles specifically.
Jon Jansen, Jake Long, and now Taylor Lewan. All wore 77. All are All-Americans.
I've snapped some nice shots of Lewan over the last...
Trey Burke, Jordan Morgan, Mitch McGary met with the media after Michigan’s 13-point home victory over Arkansas. Watch all three players in the embedded media players below, continued after the jump.
Michigan's offense continued to show its versatility in wins over Bradley and Western Michigan, but now the Maize & Blue is gearing up for a different kind of challenge versus Arkansas. In his weekly appearance on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA the Wolverines headman discussed the recent changes to his lineup, adjusting to how teams are starting to defend Nik Stauskas, Mitch McGary...
Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson and Michigan head coach John Beilein talk about the No. 3 Wolverines 80-67 win over the visiting Razorbacks Saturday afternoon at Crisler Arena.
Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson and Michigan's John Beilein talk about Saturday's battle between the Razorbacks (4-3) and the unbeaten Wolverines (8-0) that will be televised nationally by CBS at 11 a.m.