Posted February 07, 2013 on
With the emergence of Michigan freshman tight end Devin Funchess this past season, Butt should give the Wolverines a nice tandem at tight end for the foreseeable future.
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As the letters of intent came streaming into the Michigan Football offices on 2013 signing day, the Wolverines also picked up their second commitment in the 2014 class. QB Wilton Speight (Richmond, Virginia) committed during a phone call with the coaches. Speight is a 6-foot-6, 220 pound pocket passer. He has already pledged to recruit the 2014 class the same way Shane...
Later this month, the Michigan Wolverines will wear their fifth different basketball uniform of the season.
This one had the potential to be something truly, uhm, geeky.
The Michigan athletic department announced Wednesday that, as part of the dedication ceremonies for the renovated Crisler Center, the Wolverines will wear white 1968 throwback jerseys against Penn State on Feb...
Running backs Derrick Green and De'Veon Smith signed with Michigan on Wednesday, giving the Wolverines a pair of additional options in the backfield.
The 5-foot-11, 220-pound Green is the nation's top-ranked running back recruit, according to Scout.com. The Richmond, Va., product scored over 20 touchdowns as both a junior and a senior in high school.
Smith, who is from...
Michigan's 2013 signing class is in the books and Head Coach Brady Hoke is quite pleased with the 27 guys he's signed. Hoke said most importantly, these guys are all guys with character and integrity, not to mention they're quite talented on the football field as well.
Not playing for the team you grew up rooting for happens all the time in college athletics, especially football. Just because you are a fan of one team, and happen to be a good player, doesn’t mean you are on their radar. Take Reon Dawson of Trotwood-Madison High in Ohio. The 3-star recruit grew up an Ohio State Buckeyes fan, but the Bucks didn’t recruit him. However, the Michigan...
The 2013 recruiting cycle is now complete and the Wolverines capped it off by signing quite the impressive class. Several needs were met on both sides of the ball as Brady Hoke and his staff add 27 players to the roster.
Signing Day 2013 is now behind us and the Michigan Wolverines signed quite the impressive class. Running back Wyatt Shallman is excited to bring his skills to Ann Arbor but is more importantly ready to get to work.
Michigan coach John Beilein hasn’t been able to spend as much time on the basics in practice as he’d like, recently. As a result, things haven’t been perfect in this tough stretch… but that’s ok. The Wolverines remain focused on the wins over anything else.