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Michigan junior left tackle Taylor Lewan and the offensive line want more production from the running backs. Lewan touched on the offensive line’s performance, the difficulties freshmen experience, and how he looks forward to the Minute Men.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It was easy for the Michigan Wolverines to pick out the flaws in Saturday's 31-25 victory over Air Force. After all, they needed a defensive stand in the final minutes to avoid being upset by the Falcons.
When they watched the films, though, they discovered something else. They had actually played pretty well at times.
Offensive tackle Taylor Lewan was...
Michigan Football recruit Jake Butt will be an early enrollee. He will graduate from high school in December and enroll at Michigan in January. That will allow him the opportunity to get a head start on his college career.
Butt is a 4-star prospect and considered one of the Top 5 tight ends in the country. He checks in at 6-foot-6, 230 pounds and hails from Pickerington, Ohio. Butt...
Michigan Football unretired Bennie Oosterbaan’s fabled #47 jersey on Saturday. Redshirt sophomore linebacker Jake Ryan has been given the honor of wearing the #47 jersey for the remainder of his Michigan career.
Ryan had previously been #90, but has earned the right to wear the legendary jersey. A patch will be affixed to the #47 jersey designating it as a Michigan Football legend.
Brady Hoke’s Michigan Wolverines moved up two spots to 17th in the most recent Associated Press Top 25 poll after their 31-25 victory over the Air Force Fighting Falcons on Saturday. The win was earned mainly on the legs and arms of Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson who returned to prior form and managed a combined [...]
Draft Express goes in-depth while scouting Trey Burke’s NBA prospects, slotting him as the league’s second best prospect behind Cody Zeller. A few highlights:
As the primary ball-handler of the slowest tempo team in the Big Ten conference, with no real post presence and very few creators besides him, Burke is by nature a very ball-dominant point guard. A huge amount of his offensive...
The Michigan Wolverines got back on the winning track last weekend and the Michigan State Spartans sustained some early season momentum, due in large part to each of their quarterbacks sharing the football with a couple different receiving options. Though … Continue reading →
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It wasn’t easy, but Michigan picked up its first win of the season on Saturday against a feisty Air Force team. This week, the Wolverines host a team that can probably be described as the exact opposite of feisty – the UMass Minutemen. You may remember two years ago, in Rich Rodriguez’s last season, Michigan hosted UMass and had to hold...
2012-2013 NFL Draft Prospect Evaluations (Receivers)
#21 Keenan Allen, WR, Cal
HT : 6-3 WGT : 212
YR : Jr Pos: WR
2011 1st Team All PAC-12
2011 Biletnikoff Awardsemifinalists
98 receptions, 1,343 receiving yards & 6 TD’s in 2011
Uses his size to keep defenders out of position...