Posted September 23, 2012 on
Michigan seniors Roy Roundtree and Jordan Kovacs react to the 13-6 loss to Notre Dame.
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Last year Michigan wide receiver Roy Roundtree came away as the hero in a 35-31 win over Notre Dame under the lights of the big house. Is he ready to do the same tonight?
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 Wolverine fans — myself included — get all bent out of shape when anyone mentions to them the fact that the Michigan State Spartans currently own a 4-game win streak over the Maize and Blue.
When someone does, every excuse comes flying out from the Wolverine supporter’s mouth such as, “Well Rich Rod was our coach!” to, “Well Rich Rod was our coach!”
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 →
Michigan Football will play at Notre Dame on Saturday night. Kick off is scheduled for 7:39 (EST) with TV coverage on NBC. For the game preview click here: Michigan at Notre Dame. For the extra points, read on.
Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs needs 11 more tackles to become the 15th Wolverines and first defensive back in school history to reach 300 career tackles. It’s time to start...
Week 3 Big Ten Review
Week three for the Big Ten conference really was yet again another big question mark for a conference who already appears to be out of the national title race. The highest ranked team now is Ohio State at 16, and even they nearly were upset last weekend. Michigan State and Indiana laid eggs this weekend with their losses, and Wisconsin’s saving grace...
Denard Robinson reflects on his four interception, one fumble performance in Michigan's 13-6 loss to Notre Dame.
In football they say if you win the turnover battle, you win the game. That held true this weekend as Michigan turned the ball over an unprecedented six times, five of which were just plain bad decisions. Denard accounted for five, with four interceptions and a fumble. Vincent Smith threw the other pick on an ill-advised jump pass as Manti Te’o was bearing down on him with Michigan...
In honor of Denard Xavier Robinson who was born on this day 22 years ago in Deerfield Beach, Florida and on behalf of all the Hokeamaniacs out there, I say “Happy Birthday!”
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May you lead your team to victory tonight over the Irish of Notre Dame.
Notre Dame downed Michigan for the first time since 2008 thanks in part to six Wolverine turnovers. Denard Robinson had five.
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...
Michigan offered its fifth prospect in the class of 2014 on Friday afternoon as John Beilein offered combo forward Vincent Edwards
Beilein visited the 6-foot-7 Franklin, OH native in his home earlier today.
“It was a pretty good visit. They came and watched me work out. Coach Beilein said what he’s all about is graduating students,” Edwards said. “And he doesn’t just go...
Ahh one of the best weeks for Wolverine Nation and for all of college football is upon us: Notre Dame Week. The history, the national exposure, the breathtaking finishes, THE RIVALRY, makes this truly a special game each and every year.
In honor of the great receivers who have shined in this game such as Brown, Ismail, Carter, Howard and Manningham to name a few, this week’s focus...
On a soggy field in South Bend, Michigan’s offense struggled to find consistency and turned in a charitable effort, giving the ball away six times en route to an Irish victory. It was the third game of Rich Rodriguez’s first season.
John U. Bacon’s book Three and Out revealed a striking account of the final moments and what happend in the locker room. Several Michigan players...