Posted April 16, 2012 on
Craig Roh debuted at his new position at Michigan’s spring football game Saturday. Hear what he has to say on his adjustment to the strong side, the development of his fellow linemen, and his meal plan over the next few months (with video).
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The ESPNU 150 was updated today and the Michigan Wolverines have a dominating presence on the list. Shane Morris and his fellow Michigan commits total out to include 11 members of the Top 150. That is the most for any school by wide margin.
11 – Michigan
7 – Texas
7 – Florida
6 – Alabama
6 – Georgia
Morris, though vastly underrated on this list, is Michigan’s highest...
The Michigan Wolverines took the field at Michigan Stadium on Saturday for their annual spring game. 25,000 faithful fans of the Maize and Blue braved the bleak weather forecast to get a glimpse of their beloved team. Springs game are usually pretty vanilla and this year’s edition fell into that category. The coaching staff doesn’t want to give away any secrets and the team itself...
Denard Robinson played sparingly in the Michigan's spring game Saturday, but the talented senior says his both he and his club have made significant progress. Afterward the final practice of the spring he chatted with the media about about staying “hungry”, senior leadership on and off the field, wearing the #1 jersey, his spring game playing time, and more. **With Video**
Michigan seniors Roy Roundtree & Thomas Gordon are both looking to improve going into their final season as Wolverines. After the Spring Game Saturday Roundtree shared his thoughts on the #1 jersey and preparation for Alabama, while Gordon talked about his improvements, playing good run defense, and more. Full video interviews included.
Michigan senior safety Jordan Kovacs took time to talk with the media after Saturday’s Spring Game about his progression through the years, thoughts about being a senior leader, off-season workouts, and more. **With Video**
Evan Smotrycz has decided where he's going to play basketball next season.
Smotrycz announced on his Twitter account Monday that he's heading to the University of Maryland.
The 6-foot-9, 235-pound forward said he was leaving Michigan's program last month.
Smotrycz averaged 7.7 points and 4.9 rebounds as a sophomore last season, starting the first 18 games and coming...
Former Michigan forward Evan Smotrycz will transfer to Maryland.
Word of the transfer came via Twitter nearly four weeks after it was announced that he and two others, sophomore forward Colton Christian and freshman guard Carlton Brundidge, would be leaving the program.
The 6-foot-9 sophomore from Reading, Mass., was a key piece in his time at Michigan. He played in all 69 games...