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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 up
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2012 Michigan Football Quickview
BEST OF MAXIM
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SPEED VS. SPEED
Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson claims that he could beat Olympian Usain Bolt in the 40-yard dash.
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.
Denard Robinson's passing game
The brutal schedule
How important is the Michigan State game?
What young players could contribute in 2012?
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson was like many Americans who caught Olympic fever over the past two weeks. His Olympic fever seems to be one of a most critical kind, as Robinson claims that he could beat Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt in a 40-yd. dash.
"I've watched him run, and I'm pretty sure I can beat him in a
40-yard dash," Robinson said. "...
[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 you’re anything like me, and you probably are since you’re taking the time to...
Michigan quarterback thinks he could challenge world’s fastest man
The Olympic games have come and gone. If you are like me you soaked in as much coverage as possible over the past two weeks, perhaps so much to the extent where regular activities took a back seat (as evidenced by the lack of updates on this site over the past week). I can’t help it. I’m an Olympics geek every...
Prodded by dreamy backup signal-caller Devin Gardner, dynamic University of Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson claimed Sunday that he could trump legendary Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt in a 40-yard dash. The 6-foot, 197 pound Robinson, who established the single-season Division … Continue reading →
So it seems that this notion that certain fast football players believe they can beat Usain Bolt in the 40 is spreading. First, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson staked his claim that he could beat Bolt in the 40 and now, Michigan’s running back that occasionally throws, Denard Robinson has claimed that he too can beat Bolt in the 40.
“I’ve watched him run, and I’m...
Everyone wants a piece of Usain Bolt these days. In what is becoming some sort of hip trend, another non-sprinter is confident he could go step-for-step with Bolt in the 40-yard dash. This time around, it's Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson. "I've watched [Bolt] run, and I'm pretty sure I can beat him in a 40-yard dash," Robinson said at Michigan's media...
Another day, another football player who thinks he is faster than Usain Bolt. With the Olympics having just ended, Bolt’s speed has been a popular topic of discussion among athletes in non-Olympic sports. Everyone wants to be the fastest guy on the team. But being faster than the fastest man in the world would give you serious bragging rights. Even if it’s only in the 40-yard...
It's time. Football is near. Let's dive in. First up is our 2012 preview of the Michigan offense.
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 22/10
Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5
Devin Gardner and Denard Robinson.
Returning: Denard Robinson (Sr), Devin Gardner (Jr), Russell Bellomy (So)
Usain Bolt proved that he is the fastest man in the world after winning gold in the 100 and 200 meters and anchoring Jamaica’s 400m relay during the 2012 London Olympics.While Bolt has charmed the world with his dazzling speed and rather large ego he still has a big target on his back. One of the fastest football players, Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans, said that he...
Hype + performance equals Heisman.