Found April 11, 2013 on Gamedayr:
The Michigan Wolverines needed orange jerseys for their quarterbacks. Why not turn to the Oregon State Beavers' equipment manager?

Michigan’s QB’s Refuse to Wear Buckeye Red Jerseys

Michigan QB Devin Gardner will not be wearing the traditional red no-contact jersey during their Spring Game this Saturday. Instead, Gardner will don an orange Oregon State jersey to signify denote his hands off status. The Wolverines wanted a color other than red, which is worn by Michigan rival Ohio State. Devin Gardner will receive extra protection during the spring game after...

Gardner says it felt like "my team" (w/video)

Devin Gardner had five full, regular season games running Al Borges’ offense last season and spring practice has only strengthened his understanding and effectiveness in it. Not looking over his shoulder, Gardner is fully entrenching himself as the leader and signal caller for the Wolverines, in more ways than one.

Adidas or Nike?

This photo of Devin Gardner in an Oregon State uniform [via MLive], a special "no contact" jersey which he will wear for tomorrow's spring game, got me thinking (which is never good). You'll notice that Oregon State's jersey fits a little differently than the usual Michigan uni. And that's because it's not an Adidas jersey, it's a Nike jersey...

Video: Avery on goals, young players

Michigan senior cornerback Courtney Avery talks about the team goals throughout spring camp, his own personal goals, coaching the younger players especially Terry Richardson, the leadership role of Thomas Gordon and Marvin Robinson, and more. ***Watch Full Video***

Podcast: Hoke's Spring Review

Brady Hoke joined GoBlueWolverine's Sam Webb on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA this morning to share his thoughts on his team's growth during the spring. Michigan's headman discussed the performances young WRs Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson, the battles along the offensive line, the strong showings turned in by Quinton Washington and Frank Clark, Dymonte Thomas' versatility...

NAILED IT! Detroit Free Press is selling Michigan national championship books on Amazon

The Detroit Free Press is selling Michigan Wolverines national championship books on Amazon, which we're pretty sure doesn't make any sense.

Spike Albrecht reaches out to Kate Upton via Twitter

Kate Upton was named one of the top ten most desirable women in the world by Ask I know what you’re thinking- how was Kate Upton not #1? So you can imagine how many people tweet at her every single day. You can guess how many of those @tweets go ignored, blocked, deleted etc. I tweeted at her simply thanking her for the page views, and henceforth the revenue that she generates...

Burke, Griner win Wooden Award

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Brittney Griner of Baylor has won the women's John R. Wooden Award as college basketball's national player of the year for the second consecutive year. Griner is the fourth woman to win back-to-back awards. She averaged 23.8 points -- third-best in the country -- and 4.14 blocked shots as a senior, and finished her career as the No. 2 scorer in NCAA history...

Michigan State trades in couches for bombs

The fans at Michigan State love to hate Michigan.  The only thing better than a Spartan victory is a Wolverine loss.  When the Michigan Wolverines lost in the NCAA championship game to Louisville, Sparty decided to go big or go home. It’s a become a well-known tradition in East Lansing that whether the Spartans win [...]

Burke: "We celebrated our season" (video)

Trey Burke talks about the finals game, the Wolverines' great season, and his future.
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