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Crystal Ball Run:
Devin Gardner and Michigan look to get back on track this fall after plugging some holes. Photo: USA Today Sports
Spring Practice Opens: March 16
Spring Game: April 13
Michigan is ready to go with a pro-style offense in 2013. If successful, the Wolverines could be making their way to Indianapolis for a shot to capture their first Big Ten title since the 2004 season. It is the longest stretch between Big Ten championships since a 13-year drought between Big Ten titles in 1950 and 1964. By Michigan standards, this is supposed to be unacceptable. But the stains of the Rich Rodriguez era are beginning to fade as Brady Hoke resurrects Michigan as a viable football power. As we saw last season, it is still a work in progress as Michigan truly reaches that elite level again but the level of optimism is high for the program heading in to the 2013 season as the pieces start to try and come together in Hoke's third season in Ann Arbor.
Hoke has had an impact in recruiting bu...
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Michigan enters a new era with Devin Gardner as its quarterback. U-M coach Brady addresses the media about Gardner, the OL’s, the RB’s, and other issues facing the Michigan football team this spring.
Denard Robinson's NFL future might not be at wide receiver after all.
Although Robinson worked out as a wide receiver at the NFL scouting combine, he showed off his talents as a running back and kick returner at Michigan's Pro Day Thursday in Ann Arbor.
Many observers have wondered if, given Robinson's experience and talents, he might not be better suited to a third...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke addressed the media for the start of Spring practice today: redshirt junior quarterback Devin Gardner's new found leadership and maturity, how they'll utilize the play action more with Gardner at the helm, the youth on the offensive front, Taylor Lewan coming back for his senior year and improving and the overall improvement of the running back group.
Denard Robinson is working hard in preparation for the NFL Draft. The former Michigan quarterback is also working hard to finish his degree. “I’m graduating on May 4,” Robinson told YahooSports. With five classes left this semester, Robinson is working towards a degree in sociology. Traditionally college athletes who ha
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It didn't take Brady Hoke long to get Michigan back into contention for conference titles and BCS bowls. He also ended the long losing streak...
Former Michigan QB Denard Robinson talked to the media after his pro day Thursday. Robinson talks about his performance and what he needs to improve before the NFL draft, on finally getting the wide receiver routes down, on the health of his elbow, staying in school to graduate, being on the cover of NCAA Football video game, and more.***Video Included***
The Twitterverse was, luckily, only mildly disappointed when the Michigan Wolverines went out on a limb and decided to sport the Zubaz-style adidas camo jerseys against Wisconsin.
With 14:12 left to play in the first half of its first-round match-up against Penn State in the Big Ten tournament, Michigan found itself down 14-3. The Wolverines were letting the Nittany Lions score at will in the paint, and they were unable to convert layups of their own. They needed a boost, desperately.
Enter: Mitch McGary.
Michigan’s freshman spark plug went to work immediately...
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke opens up about being player of the year in the Big Ten, Jared Sullinger's support from the stands today, his performance against Penn State, and the play of the freshmen experiencing post season ball for the first time.
Michigan big men Jordan Morgan and Mitch McGary discuss the loss to Wisconsin, the poor performance defensively, and how Morgan can help lead the team past defeat.
GoBlueWolverines' Andre Barthwell goes 1-on-1 with Michigan assistant Jeff Meyer after the Wolverines 83-66 win over Penn State. Meyer touches on the change from the first half to the second half, Trey Burke's leadership, and the play of Horford and McGary.
Michigan’s big men, along with Nik Stauskas, were also available to speak with media following Michigan’s second-round Big Ten tournament exit. You can watch all four interviews using the embedded media players below.
Stauskas, Morgan and Horford after the jump.
Michigan assistant Bacari Alexander on the progression of Mitch McGary and Jon Horford, Jordan Morgan’s struggles, the philosophy on playing two bigs at the same time, preparing for NCAA tournament, and more.
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke on the communication defensively, inability to knock down open shots offensively, and looking forward to the NCAA tournament.