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Michigan senior quarterback Denard Robinson looks ahead to the Nebraska defense and scoring red zone touchdowns.
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After slowing Northwestern's Kain Colter last week, Nebraska looks to do the same to Michigan's Denard Robinson, who scored four touchdowns against the Huskers in 2011.
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint has been ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, pay fines and undergo random drug and alcohol tests.
The junior was sentenced Tuesday by Saline District Judge Kirk Tabbey in a drunken driving case stemming from a July arrest.
He pleaded guilty in August to operating a vehicle while visibly impaired after facing the more serious...
Michigan senior safety Jordan Kovacs talks the media as the Wolverines prepare for Nebraska this Saturday. The defensive captain discusses the secondary play versus Michigan State, the secondary focus on not giving up big plays, preparing for QB Taylor Martinez and the rest of the Nebraska offensive skill players, digesting pre snap plays, and more.***
At this point, the 2012 Big Ten football season is shaping up to be what many thought it would be. Wisconsin will, barring a total meltdown, be the Leaders division representative in the Big Ten championship game, and Michigan is in control of their own destiny in the Legends division. With their 12-10 win over Michigan State last Saturday, the Wolverines are the only team in the...
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Don't mean to be coy, Roy.
Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke was being coy when it came to the possibility of using Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson on kick returns the way he did in last Saturday's victory over Michigan State. (The Detroit Free Press)
It is truly amazing how quick of a turnaround has taken place in Ann Arbor. The Michigan Wolverines have almost washed away the stench of the previous era of football, and returned to being one of the best teams in … Continue reading →
It is truly amazing how quick of a turnaround has taken place in Ann Arbor. The Michigan Wolverines have almost washed away the stench of the previous era of football, and returned to being one of the best teams in the Big 10.
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Now that we have previewed the entire freshman class, we will begin looking at Michigan’s returning players starting today with senior Matt Vogrich.
6’4″, 200 pounds
Lake Forest, Ill.
Lake Forest High School
Small Forward, Power Forward (wing...
Continuing on with our returning player previews, today we take a look at starting center Jordan Morgan.
6’8″, 250 pounds
Univ. of Detroit Jesuit High School (2005-09)
Dwayne Bacon is one of the more versatile prospects in the class of 2015. He has a complete arsenal of skills: he can slash, he can dish and his handle is impressive. He’s also 6-foot-6.
That’s a big reason why the Lakeland, Florida native is regarded as a top-50 player early in his recruitment.
In a recent interview with UM Hoops, Bacon said that, despite his ability at the...
The preseason Big Ten men's basketball picks are out. Michigan and Trey Burke figure prominently.
Playing at night has been right for Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
The Cornhuskers go into Saturday's meeting with No. 20 Michigan on a 10-game win streak in prime-time home games.
There figures to be some extra energy in the stadium for this one.
Nebraska will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its NCAA-record sellout streak. This will be the 323rd in a row.
And Michigan ...
The battle to win the Big Ten Legends Division is still one of the most clouded races in college football. However, there could be some clarity...
This game preview has been brought to you by Prilosec OTC Wildberry.No. 20 Michigan (5-2, 3-0 Big Ten) at Nebraska (5-2, 2-1), 8 p.m. (ESPN2)What’s on the line?The winner will have a leg up on the road to the Legends Division title, taking one step closer to landing a spot in the Big Ten title game. Michigan currently sites atop the division at 3-0, with Nebraska and Iowa right...