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Head Coach: Brady Hoke 3rd season 19-7
Devin Gardner (Photo by: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
“In a Word”…proof…Michigan hasn’t had a legit WR threat since before RichRod was in Ann Arbor…and to be honest…they still don’t. That may only last one more year though. They now have a passer (and by passer I mean not Denard Robinson) they so desperately need in Devin Gardner…they have a stable, yet unproven group of HB’s and the O line has two bookends at the tackle positions, but the interior needs to prove itself. If Devin Gardner goes down, the Wolverines could be in big trouble. Due to an injury to the incumbent backup Russell Bellomy (torn ACL) the backup role goes to true freshman, highly-touted recruit Shane Morris…the HB’s have to prove themselves as well…Fitzgerald Toussaint needs to bounce back, Thomas Rawls needs to hang on to the ball but the real surprise could be true freshman Derrick Green…I have a hunch about this kid…
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Damien Harris (Photo credit: Maxpreps)
Michigan Football picked up a major 2015 commitment on Saturday when 5-star WR George Campbell committed to play for the Wolverines. On Monday, 4-star 2015 running back Damien Harris committed to play for Michigan. Harris is ranked #20 overall by ESPN.
The 5-foot-11, 195 pound Harris, hails from Berea, Kentucky and gives Brady Hoke another highly...
On September 6th, Michigan will host Notre Dame for probably the final time, for at least a while. The event is sure to draw the same if not more attention than the previous "Under the Lights" matchup in 2011 due to the fact that Notre Dame just played for the BCS National Title, and the last two primetime matchups have provided some thrilling games for both schools.
If you want to be elite, you have to beat the teams you're not
supposed to beat. You have to win the games on the road against better
opponents in hostile environments. The 2012 season saw plenty of those,
and Michigan lost every one of them.
To prove the
widely-held claim after the 2011 season that Michigan was "back", they needed to do
the things great...