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Michigan has announced the 5th year senior WR Roy Roundtree will wear Michigan Football Legend jersey #21 for his senior season. Roundtree has previously been #16 and #12 for the Wolverines, but has earned the right to wear the legendary #21 for his final season. ”To wear the No. 21 jersey at Michigan is an honor,” Brady Hoke explained on MGoBlue.com. “Desmond was a special player and is a special person who represents everything great about Michigan. Roy is deserving of the honor to wear that legendary jersey. Roy graduated in April and is taking graduate classes, and he’s become one of the leaders of Team 133, on and off the field. He’s earned it.”
Below is a picture of Roundtree embedded with the Maize Rage during Michigan Basketball’s victory over Ohio State back in February.
There is a patch on the upper left chest of the #21 jersey that says Desmond Howard – Michigan Football Legend 1988-1991. Last year, Howard became the first player in school history to receive the designat...
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Michigan football head coach Brady Hoke announced that fifth-year senior wide receiver Roy Roundtree will don Desmond Howard's No. 21 "Michigan Football Legend" jersey for the 2012 season.
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Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges stopped by the WTKA studios for the Mott Takeover Friday. In part one of his chat with the media he shed light on his plan for Denard Robinson’s carries next season, Devin Gardner's progression at QB and WR, the Alabama game, how to make football safer, and his thoughts on having more than one running back in his system.***video interview included***
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