Found August 08, 2013 on
Michigan Football will kick off the 2013 season on August 31st when they host Central Michigan at the Big House. We’ll have an abundance of content for our readers between now and then. This installment of our position preview series will focus on the wide receivers and tight ends. Both position groups are very young and there are only a few players with significant playing time under their belts. There is a key position change in this group, see Dennis Norfleet, and probably the most difficult projected starter prediction, trying to foretell who will start opposite of Jeremy Gallon.
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Forget that the roster lists Jeremy Gallon at 5-foot-8, 184 pounds. The 5th year senior receiver is a playmaker, who plays much bigger than his listed size. Gallon has always had a good rapport with Devin Gardner and they showcased that in the Outback Bowl. Against a good South Carolina defense, Gallon hauled in 9 receptions for 145 yards and 2 touchdowns. Against Alabama, Ga...
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In this edition of the Michigan Football position preview series, I will zero in on the running backs where the Wolverines have a stable full of intriguing prospects and 5th year senior with fire in his eyes.
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Fitzgerald Toussaint (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
In the Iowa games last year, Fitz Toussaint suffered a broken leg, was lost for the season and there...
Michigan Football’s 134th season is rapidly approaching. The team has already begun fall camp and while they do that, I’ll break down each position group, starting with the offensive line. 11 of Michigan’s 19 offensive linemen are freshmen either of the redshirt or true variety. Thankfully, two of the three seniors are returning starters and they will bookend the line at the...
Michigan picked up a commitment from Jared Wangler (Warren, Michigan) on Friday. Wangler, and Under Armor All-American, had been committed to Penn State. However, when he received a Michigan offer it was a dream come true and an opportunity he simply couldn’t pass up. Wangler is of course the son of former Michigan quarterback John Wangler. He is the brother of Jack Wangler, a...
Media photographers were given access to roughly the first 30 minutes of practice today. As you can see, not much other than some walk-through drills and stretching were going on. What...you thought they'd let us diagram plays or something?
As a blogger, and a photographer, I'll take what few precious moments inside the walls of Fort Schembechler I can...