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The Red Hot Chili Peppers played at Ohio State’s basketball arena last week, and did more than put on a good show for the Ohio crowd. They also finished up with some very solid trolling. Drummer Chad Smith is a Michigan fan, grew up in Detroit, and wanted the crowd to know it. So, just [...]
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In what should come as no surprise, the Michigan Wolverines 2013 recruiting class checks in at #1 on ESPNs initial rankings. Brady Hoke and his staff have reeled in 21 commits, including 11 members of the ESPNU 150. Rivals.com and scout.com also rank Michigan’s class #1 nationally.
The headliner/pied piper of the class is quarterback Shane Morris (Warren, Michigan). The elite...
The Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith is from Michigan. The Chili Peppers played at Ohio State. Fantastic trolling ensued.
After their encore performance Chad Smith returned to the stage sporting a Michigan Wolverines cap. He threw his drumsticks into the crowd, picked up the microphone and began singing “The Victors”, the Michigan fight song.
The loyal Buckeyes...
Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines held a football academy for women in Michigan Stadium also known as The Big House. Over 500 people attended the 2012 Michigan Women’s Football Academy which raised over $128,000 that was donated to a local Cancer center. Denard Robinson showed up and you can probably bet that he was shoeless the whole time.
They had the women yell “Beat...
Just how mad is Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer that two Buckeye players, Jake Stoneburner and Jack Mewhort were arrested last weekend? Enough to invent a new place on the depth chart for them.
"Maize," of course, is one of the team colors of Ohio State's most hated rival, Michigan. Also, it can be the color of urine, which is what Stoneburner and...
Brady Hoke said one of his players will wear former President Gerald Ford’s number 48 jersey this season.
The former President’s jersey is only one of five Michigan jerseys that have been retired. Ford was Michigan’s MVP during his three years on the roster during the 1932-1934 seasons. He was a part of two national championships (32, 33).
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Michigan coach Brady Hoke says one of his players will wear former President Gerald Ford's No. 48 this season.
Ford's No. 48 is one of five jerseys that were been retired by college football's winningest program. It was put out of circulation in 1994. Ford was Michigan's MVP during his three-year playing career from 1932-34.
Hoke made the announcement Tuesday on...
The #48 jersey has been retired at Michigan since 1994. The jersey will once again be worn by a Michigan Football player in 2012. Brady Hoke confirmed this during a radio interview with WJOX-FM in Birmingham, Alabama. ”That is something we’re doing a lot of thinking about and we’re doing that, we’re honoring Desmond Howard now every year with one of our players...