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Michigan’s Denard Robinson leaves field after INT vs. Notre Dame Saturday night in South Bend, Indiana. The Notre Dame players celebrate behind him. (Image courtesy of John T. Greilick / The Detroit News)
A rivalry 125 years old. The two teams with the best winning percentage in college football. Prime time under the lights. Can’t beat that. It was a fine evening for college football that is for sure.
Notre Dame was supposed to be unbeatable. Michigan was supposed to be not as good actually because of this and that. Either way much was on the line for both teams looking to make a statement.
What followed, at least for the a Wolverines, was one of the worst first-halves of offensive football witnessed by the human eye.
Denard Robinson was not sharp with his passes early even though his offensive line provided him some outstanding protection and plenty of time to sit back in the pocket and survey the field before throwing. Which he did, for a while.
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Denard Robinson committed five of Michigan’s six turnovers in a frustrating 13-6 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday, and four of Robinson’s miscues (all interceptions) occurred before halftime. He added a fumble in the third quarter, killing a drive deep … Continue reading →
Notre Dame has opted to cancel the annual series with Michigan in football. “The decision to cancel games in 2015-17 was Notre Dame’s and not ours,” said Dave Brandon. “We value our annual rivalry with Notre Dame but will have to see what the future holds for any continuation of the series. This cancellation presents new scheduling opportunities for our program and provides...
The unranked Michigan Wolverines have rallied around quarterback Denard Robinson.
Robinson apologized publicly to fans and privately to teammates for turning the ball over five times in Saturday night's 13-6 loss at Notre Dame.
Wolverines coach Brady Hoke says he has made sure Robinson understands he was only one of 69 players who made the trip, telling him every coach and...
In a break from recent tradition of four point losses and wild, offensive shootouts against the Michigan Wolverines, Notre Dame improved to 4-0 by riding its defense, forcing Denard Robinson to make mistakes and scraping together a 13-6 win on Saturday night.
From the outset, it was clear that Brian Kelly would have none of Robinson’s heroic antics from last season...
What an amazing season of college football, and we’re not even through the first month. Thus far, we’ve seen two National Championship favorites go down. We’ve had no clear Heisman candidate because no one is really playing over their head, and those we thought would be have been more than average. Every conference sucks. Every [...]
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke met with media Tuesday evening with the Wolverines in the midst of their only bye week during the 2012 season. Hoke provided insight into Michigan’s 13-6 loss at Notre Dame, quarterback Denard Robinson, and the team's attitude moving forward.
The Michigan Wolverines were ranked No. 8 in the Top 25 poll coming into the season. After Week 4, the Wolverines have already watched their names fall completely out of the Top 25 rankings. It probably adds to the discomfort that Michigan State sits ahead of Michigan in the Legends division and at No.20 in the AP Poll with Ohio State six spots ahead at No.14.
Whether or not...
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke stopped into Detroit Loyola earlier in the week, and he found out there was more there than just junior defensive lineman Malik McDowell, who already had a Michigan offer.
It can’t get any worse can it? No really?
Well after a disappointing loss Saturday evening to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will the Michigan Wolverines be able to put a dismal start behind them and focus on B1G play? Michigan has a much needed Bye Week on their schedule this week. This is a pretty good time to heal physically and if you’re Denard Robinson mentally.
Robinson is off to a miserable start to the season and...
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The Blame Game.
Drew Sharp claims that Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges' play calling is hampering Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson's on-the-field performance. (The Detroit Free Press)
Wisconsin's White knight?
Wisconsin may have to depend on...
Regardless of which major national top 25 poll you prefer to use as your standard for ranking the best of the college football elite (AP Top 25 or USA Today Coaches), this week the Michigan Wolverines will not be found.
That not just due to the fact that the Wolverines lost their second game of the year and now own a 2-2 non-conference record. But more so because as a team they managed...
The first part of our defensive film review details Notre Dame's first half efforts vs. Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson, including a breakdown of how the Irish slowed his assault on the ground, and completely dominated the Wolverines' passing attack over the first 30 minutes.
1. The Michigan Wolverines have become the most overated team in the country. Denard Robinson had 227 total yards with two INTs against Alabama, while having only 138 yards passing with four INTs against Notre Dame.Michigan started out the season at No. 8 in the nation. The Wolverines have a 2-2 record with one game in which they squeezed out a six point win against Air Force...
Welcome to the college football awards for week four, where the Golden Dome ruled, coaches made questionable decisions, records fell, and so did Sooners. We call it an Oklahoma Breakdown around here. Let's get started...The "Wanted: One Good Kicker" award goes to Boise StateHow different college football's recent history might be if the Broncos, now notorious for...