Posted August 13, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Craig Roh
TEAMS: Michigan Wolverines
Michigan senior strong side defensive end Craig Roh stepped aside with GBW at the Wolverines media day Sunday afternoon. Roh goes in depth on the difference from year one to year two, becoming a leader, and he lays out Michigan’s defensive goals.

Robinson: I could beat Bolt in race

Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson claims that he could beat Olympian Usain Bolt in the 40-yard dash.

Michigan will let Toussaint and Clark practice

Michigan coach Brady Hoke says running back Fitzgerald Toussaint and defensive end Frank Clark will begin practicing Monday. Hoke made the announcement Sunday morning at media day. He says whether the previously suspended Toussaint and Clark play in the opener against Alabama is a decision that won't be made for a while. Hoke says both players have paid the price and will continue...

Countess Wants to Make Plays (w/video)

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***

Coach J Talks Thomas Rawls (Part 1, w/video)

Michigan running backs Coach Fred Jackson goes into detail on what sophomore Thomas Rawls brings to the table … and he answers question on Fitz Toussaint as well. **with video**

J.T. Floyd says Alabama a “great opportunity"

Michigan senior cornerback J.T. Floyd is looking forward to big senior season. GBW caught up Floyd at Michigan media day as he talked about playing Alabama, the Tide’s wide receiver corps, the impact of Coach Mallory, his relationship with Blake Countess, and more. ***video interview included***

Michigan Wolverines Links: Roy Roundtree Sidelined by Knee Surgery

Here's the latest Michigan Wolverines news on Aug. 13, 2012, as Brady Hoke's team prepares for its season-opener against Alabama: Continue reading →

Rawls Feeling Pressure Free (Part 2, w/video)

In second and final part of Thomas Rawls media day interview he goes one on one with GoBlueWolverine’s Sam Webb to discuss his speed, adjusting to increased expectations, presenting a positive image for his beleaguered hometown, and more. **With Video**

Gardner to help out U-M wherever he can

Michigan junior quarterback Devin Gardner is looking to help out the Wolverine offense wherever he can this season. GBW caught up with the future signal caller as he talked about preparing to play quarterback and wide receiver this fall, the reason behind his number change, thoughts on Denard Robinson, and more.

Ryan Comfortable, Ready for Big Year

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.

Rawls Feeling Pressure Free (Part 1, w/video)

Michigan sophomore running back, Thomas Rawls met with the media Sunday to discuss fall camp and the 2012 season. In part one of this part interview the bruising tailback recaps his injury setback last season, his growth as a player, his role on this year’s team, and more. **With Video**

Schofield Comfortable on the Right Side

Offensive tackle Michael Schofield is back to his natural position and ready to help the Wolverines get to the Big Ten Championship game. He spoke at Media Day about his transition to the right side and more.

Ferrigno sizes up tight end position (Video)

GBW pulled aside Michigan tight ends coach Dan Ferrigno at the Wolverines media day Sunday. Ferrigno talks about senior Brandon Moore’s development, the TE depth, and what he’s seen out of the two freshmen. **Video**

2012 Michigan Preview: The Offense

It's time. Football is near. Let's dive in. First up is our 2012 preview of the Michigan offense. Quick Facts Lettermen Returning/Lost: 22/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Quarterbacks Devin Gardner and Denard Robinson. Leaving: None Returning: Denard Robinson (Sr), Devin Gardner (Jr), Russell Bellomy (So) Incoming: None table.tableizer-table...

The Michigan Medley talks Roy’s knee and beating Usain Bolt

Roundtree has knee surgery With last year’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 that’s just what happened. But fear not, Brady Hoke says it’s nothing to be concerned about. Roy Roundtree should be back for the season...
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