Found August 15, 2012 on
Elliott Mealer [Detroit News photo]At Michigan Football Media Day, I polled the players on a series of questions. One of the topics was who is the funniest guy on the team. In Part 1 of this video series we heard from Denard Robinson, Jordan Kovacs, Jake Ryan and Desmond Morgan. Two of the players who received a lot of votes for funniest guy were Jeremy Gallon and Elliott Mealer. Find out what they had to say about this in the videos below.
Part 1 with Denard Robinson, Jordan Kovacs, Jake Ryan
Michigan Football Media Day round up
Michigan Football All-Time 10 Best Running Backs
BEST OF MAXIM
Welcome to part 1 of our 3 part Michigan Football season preview. In this edition, I will focus on the offense which of course starts. Last year, season one under Brady Hoke and Offensive Coordinator Al Borges, Michigan ranked 13th nationally and 2nd in the Big Ten in rushing offense (221.8). They ranked 26th nationally and 2nd in the conference in scoring offense (33.3).
At Michigan Football Media Day I polled the players to find out who the funniest guy on the team is and also who is the best dressed Wolverine. I will release the videos in a series starting with today, we have Jordan Kovacs and Denard Robinson in the first video. Desmond Morgan and Jake Ryan weigh in on the second video.
Michigan Football Media Day round upâ...
Last night we had the opportunity to call into the Michigan preview episode with Andy from the Wisconsin blog MadTowns Badgers. We did the same show last year, so it was great to get back with Andy to go another round talking Michigan football.
The conversation moved from talk about 2011 and Brady Hoke's impact, to recruiting, to discussion about the offense and defense...
Last night it was the Michigan Wolverines being put under the 2nd annual B1G Countdown to Kickoff microscope. Helping us to break down the Maize 'N Blue was Brad Muckenthaler of Maize 'N Blue Nation.Â
Denard Robinson's passing game
The brutal schedule
How important is the Michigan State game?
What young players could contribute in 2012?
Last season in the NCAA was a turning point for a lot of programs. One, in particular, made a wave of change that rippled through the very core of collegiate athletics.
There was a shift in a program that made impact on a university, a conference, and on a nation. Yes, you already know who this refers to: The Michigan Wolverines.
What this college football program turned around...
Michigan's football team has restored some of its lost luster.
Brady Hoke's leadership, Denard Robinson's talent and an improved defense helped the Wolverines cap a comeback season with an 11th win in the Sugar Bowl.
It starts this season with high expectations after winning a BCS bowl for the first time since 2000.
Hoke enters his second season in charge of college...
Roundtree has knee surgery
With last yearâ€™s leading receiver, Junior Hemingway, on an NFL roster and Darryl Stonum no longer on the team, the last thing Michigan needed was an injury to the most experienced returning wideout, Roy Roundtree. Yet thatâ€™s just what happened. But fear not, Brady Hoke says itâ€™s nothing to be concerned about.
Roy Roundtree should be back for the season...
Michigan sophomore cornerback Blake Countess is looking to create turnovers this season. GBW caught up with the rising sophomore as he talked about his expectations this season, his reflection on his freshman campaign, his thoughts on Alabama, and more.***Video Interview included***
Michigan running backs Coach Fred Jackson goes into detail on what sophomore Thomas Rawls brings to the table â€¦ and he answers question on Fitz Toussaint as well. **with video**
Michigan sophomore linebacker Desmond Morgan burst onto the scene with an impressive freshman campaign in 2011. Morgan talks about the 2012 defenseâ€™s approach, he reflects on life as a freshman, and looks forward to the opportunity against Alabama.
[Ed.: Chris has returned to provide expert analysis in his regular Monday Morning Quarterback feature this season. He's a former Air Force quarterback, so he knows a thing or two about the game - especially the quarterback position. He assures us he'll be rooting for Michigan on Sept. 8]
If youâ€™re anything like me, and you probably are since youâ€™re taking the time to...
In second and final part of Thomas Rawls media day interview he goes one on one with GoBlueWolverineâ€™s Sam Webb to discuss his speed, adjusting to increased expectations, presenting a positive image for his beleaguered hometown, and more.Â **With Video**
Linebacker Jake Ryan had a breakout redshirt freshman season and is back for an encore as he looks to lead the Wolverines to a Big Ten title.
Normally, if the third string quarterback has to enter the game, that means trouble, but that might not be the case with the Michigan Wolverines, as redshirt freshman Russell Bellomy is proving to be more than capable.