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Devin Gardner has done a pretty admirable job filling in at quarterback for Denard Robinson the past couple weeks. He led Michigan to a 35-13 drubbing of Minnesota in Minneapolis and then a comeback overtime win against Northwestern at home. There were 112,510 people at Michigan Stadium for last Saturday’s game. It was the most attended football game of the weekend. But according to this message from Gardner, that wasn’t good enough.
On Wednesday, Gardner plead with fans to show up on time and be loud to honor the team’s seniors who include starting quarterback Denard Robinson, safety Jordan Kovacs and wide receiver Roy Roundtree.
If you have ever been to a game at Michigan Stadium, it’s actually amazing how subdued 110,000+ “screaming” fans can sound. So Gardner does have a point. Is it the inordinate amount of blue hairs that attend? Is it the fact that the stadium is a giant hole? It’s probably a combination of both. Either way, it’s pretty sad that the team feels the need t
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2 a:a person with higher standing or rank
b: a student in the year preceding graduation from a school of secondary or higher level
This definition can be applied to the following men for Team 133: Vincent Smith, Brandin Hawthorne, J.T. Floyd, Jack Kennedy, Steve Wilson, Roy Roundtree, Floyd Simmons, Kenny Demens, Paul Gyarmati,...
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is still dealing with an right elbow injury that kept him out of the Wolverines' overtime win over Northwestern last Saturday. His availability for the Wolverines' senior day game against Iowa this Saturday is still up in the air. Michigan head football coach isn't ruling out Robinson making at least a brief appearance in the game...
The topic of Michigan's quarterback situation is a catch-22 for sportswriters and bloggers. If you don't call it a "quarterback controversy", which it isn't, then what do you call it? We desperately want to label things. If you label it as anything else, like a "situation" or an "issue", does that make it less interesting? Because I find...
They arrived in Ann Arbor four or five years ago, to a program in a state of flux that no incoming class had seen in nearly 40 years. Unlike last year’s graduating class, none came to Michigan under the old regime of Lloyd Carr prior to his retirement. The 18 players that will play their last game in Michigan Stadium on Saturday came to Michigan full of promise with a new coach...
The University of Michigan football program will be featured in a 13-minute segment aired on CBS’ 60 Minutes this Sunday, Nov. 18, at approximately 7:30 p.m. EST, following the networks NFL doubleheader. The feature hosted by Armen Keteyian looks at the business of college football.
Athletic Director Dave Brandon, head football coach Brady Hoke, quarterback Denard Robinson and...
Michigan senior linebacker Kenny Demens talks to the media about getting emotional in his last game at Michigan Stadium, Iowa’s offensive attack, to keep fighting in their win against Northwestern, his best play as a Wolverine, reading formations, and his improvement throughout the years, and more.***Video Interview Included***
Michigan senior linebacker Kenny Demens made possibly the biggest hit of his career at the end of last Saturday’s 38-31 overtime victory over Northwestern. Demens talks about the play, and how he has improved as a player on and off the field.
Last night, in a relatively rare televised NCAA game that featured two Ranger prospects, Steven Fogarty’s Notre Dame Fighting Irish bested Boo Nieves’ Michigan Wolverines by a score of 3-1. Both Nieves and Fogarty were held scoreless, but Nieves was on the ice for two of the Irish goals. Both teams will play again tonight in the second game of their back-to-back series.
Zak Irvin, Mark Donnal and Derrick Walton are officially Michigan Wolverines. The trio of 2013 prospects made their commitments official this week by signing letters of intent. Donnal and Irvin signed their letters on Wednesday while Walton signed his at his school on Friday afternoon.
Michigan’s recruiting class is regarded as top-15 nationally in the class of 2013 and all three...
John Beilein met with the media after his team’s 77-47 win over Cleveland State to advance to the NIT Season Tip Off semifinals next week. You can watch the full press conference in the embedded media player below or read the notes and quotes after the jump.
Opening Statement: ”Really unusual situation to have your guys going back-to-back, going to classes, trying to play...
I came across something this week I thought y'all would like to see and felt it needed to be posted. Also a list of visitors for this week contest against Iowa and a few more reactions from last week's NW game.
Above: Hoke and complany (Morris, Tuley-Tillman, Kugler. And you thought I was talking about the assitants... Image via here
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan has signed guards Derrick Walton Jr. and Zak Irvin and forward Mark Donnal to letters of intent.
The fifth-ranked Wolverines announced the signings for 2013-14 on Friday.
Michigan loses five seniors from its current roster, and sophomore point guard Trey Burke is a candidate to turn pro after strongly considering it following last season.
Nik Stauskas, Mitch McGary and Trey Burke all met with the media after Michigan’s 30 point win over Cleveland State. Watch the interviews in the embedded media players below.
McGary and Burke after the jump.
Devin Gardner has proved a capable replacement for star quarterback Denard Robinson, helping keep Michigan's Big Ten title hopes alive.
With Robinson's status unclear, the 23rd-ranked Wolverines try to stay in the race by avoiding another upset to Iowa on Saturday in Ann Arbor.
Robinson has missed the past two games with nerve damage in his elbow, and coach Brady Hoke would...
After disposing of Cleveland State 77-47 Tuesday night, John Beilein and the Wolverines have a week to prepare before heading to Madison Square Garden for the final four of the preseason NIT Tipoff.