There was a time when
Big Ten football was simply just two powerhouses and the rest of the
pack. From 1967 to 1983, either Michigan or Ohio State won the Big Ten title either outright or at least a share.
The 10 year war ('69-'78) between Bo and Woody was an epic battle between
two of the sport's most iconic legends. That scenario will never be repeated. For
as good as Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer are, their paths aren't nearly
as intertwined as Bo and Woody's were. But a similar feeling is beginning to emerge as their respective schools are arming for an all-out war, that seemingly no other Big Ten school is able to assuage.
It all starts with recruiting
It would seem that a clear separation between Ohio State and Michigan and the rest of the conference is at hand.
Just look at recruiting. Brady Hoke has revitalized the talent pool
that Michigan can choose from, bringing in some of the most talented
prospects the schoo...
DT Ondre Pipkins could be set for a big year in 2013.
Previously, we looked at the offense. We also looked at the schedule. Now it's the defense's turn.
Michigan loses 5 official starters on defense...Will Campbell, Craig Roh, Jordan Kovacs, JT Floyd and Kenny Demens. On paper, this seems like a lot. But if you look at what's coming up, your fears will be eased...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke invaded Lansing, MI on Tuesday night sitting courtside at the Michigan and Michigan State basketball rivalry. Hoke has become a regular fixture at Michigan Wolverines home basketball games. Hoke watched Michigan’s 75-52 loss to the Spartans sitting behind the Michigan bench and in front of the Izzone, Michigan State’s student section.
Hoke sat near...