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After Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon said that the Alabama game would be the only game that Michigan would wear special uniforms for, the Michigan Football Twitter account unveiled these new uniforms today.Honestly, I’m not a fan, not even a little bit. I would be okay with the jerseys, since they’re basically the Alabama jerseys but with blue striping; but messing with the helmet is a strict no-go. Bringing in the matte helmet style looks absolutely terrible with the wings. Better get used to this though. I’m sure when Michigan plays Notre Dame at night next year, they will have another special uniform to unveil. Hopefully they never bring the matte-helmet look back ever again.FIRST LOOK: Helmet for 2013 @outbackbowl. Navy matte finish & traditional maize wings twitter.com/umichfootball/…— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) December 18, 2012Via: mgoblue.com
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The University of Michigan football program prides themselves on maintaining the tradition that they have had since the beginning of time. The winged helmet which was borrowed from Princeton (where former Wolverine head coach Fritz Crisler once coached) and Michigan State. Crisler brought the wings to Ann Arbor after he left the Ivy League. Traditions and lack of change has gone...
Michigan Football is preparing for the Outback Bowl which will be played on New Years Day at 1pm. While we wait for that game, here are some team notes and recruiting updates.
Kick returner/RB, Dennis Norfleet has moved to cornerback. He will continue to return kicks.
Freshman wide receiver Amara Darboh made a spectacular grab in a recent bowl practice. Check it out here...
The University of Michigan has suspended three players from the Outback Bowl due to violation of team rules. Those suspended are cornerback J.T. Floyd, punter Will Hagerup and linebacker Brandin Hawthorne. We don’t know what their violation was, but we do know that another player on the team’s roster plead guilty to driving with a suspended [...]
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Can't say I love the unis. Actually not at all. Maize numbers are an interesting choice. Looks to me like the maize's don't all match up. I've been waiting for the day when Michigan would attempt a matte helmet. It's not bad. At least the maize isn't chromey like MSU's green or OSU's red when they played us.
Suspended Michigan senior cornerback J.T. Floyd had released a statement apologizing for his recent suspension from the Jan. 1, 2013 Outback Bowl. The suspension, for the ever-vague "violation of team rules" effectively ends his college football career.
Part of the apology includes the following:
"I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to the University...
Michigan suspends three players for the Outback Bowl and this should help the Gamecocks. The three players are defensive back JT Floyd, punter Will Hagerup and linebacker Brandon Hawthorne. All three were suspended for a violation of team rules.
The university has not disclosed the nature of the violations, but the following statement from Michigan head coach Brady Hoke was released...
Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license but still remains eligible to play in U-M’s inevitable Outback Bowl loss to South Carolina. He paid a fine and faces no additional punishment from the university. The Wolverines suspended three players from this game earlier this week including their punter, who got the Big Ten punter...
Michigan senior captain Jordan Kovacs has one game left wearing the winged helmet but he's not spending his time looking back on an exciting career. Kovacs talks about the development of Dennis Norfleet at corner and more.
Michigan senior offensive guard Patrick Omameh discusses the Wolverines mindset as they prepare to head down to Florida on December 23rd, the recent suspensions of three teammates and the difficulty playing along the offensive line early in a career.