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The internet went crazy on Saturday over a goofy GIF of a Michigan coed in stunned silence after quarterback Devin Gardner fumbled away the ball in the fourth quarter.
Thanks to intrepid work done by the student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, the student has been identified as junior Janine Huelsman.
“I was really annoyed about it being all over the internet because so many people refer to me as the ‘drunk student’ and stuff like that,” Huelsman wrote in an e-mail to The Daily. “It was just bad timing.”
She added: “I’m working on just owning the fact that I looked ridiculous because there’s nothing I can do about it.”
Her Twitter profile description now reads, “Professional ‘derp face’ maker. My entire life is pretty much one long awkward moment.”
Kudos to Huelsman for being a good sport about one of the funnier GIFs of the 2013 season.
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The Michigan Wolverines (6-1) beat the Indiana Hoosiers (3-4) in a 63-47 shootout. The game saw the Michigan offense explode, and several school and even conference records fell as a result. As good as the offense was, the defense struggled against the Hoosier fast paced spread attack. Let’s see how each position unit graded out. Quarterback: A Devin Gardner was nearly flawless...
After the loss at Penn State no one knew what to expect against Indiana. The good news is the Wolverine offense showed out—breaking Michigan and B1G Ten records. The bad news is they needed that offense to compensate for a defense that didn’t show up until late in the 4th quarter.
But at the end of the day Devin Gardner racked up 584 yards of offense—503 yards passing...
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner did something his predecessor Denard Robinson never did in setting a total yards ready Saturday afternoon in a win over Indiana. Gardner and wide receiver Jeremy Gallon speak after the 63-47 scoring show against the Hoosiers (VIDEO included).
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Devin Gardner set school records with 584 yards of offense and 503 yards passing and matched a Michigan mark with five touchdowns. The Wolverines gained the 2nd most yards in B1G history, and Jeremy Gallon had the 2nd most receiving yards in FBS history.
On staff for the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star game in Allen, TX to help in player evaluation and my internship over the summer with the Toronto Argonauts and their Director of Player Personnel Ted Gouveia, speaks volumes on my behalf of my own track record in regards to player evaluation. MICHIGAN vs INDIANA -NFL Scouting Report WRWRRS Jeremy Gallon - 5'8 184 N...
Michigan Wolverines stars Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon sing a rendition of Nat King Cole's "L-O-V-E," during a Big Ten Network interview.
Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges was obviously pleased with the performances of Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon against Indiana. Heading into a bye week before prepping for Michigan State, has his confidence in the offense gone up? Borges says to ask him after the Nov. 2 showdown in East Lansing.
Jeremy Gallon broke a Big Ten record with 369 yards receiving on Saturday vs. Indiana, while Devin Gardner topped 500 yards passing in the 63-47 shootout.
Monday, the two Wolverines teammates sat down with Mike Hall on BTN Live for what started as a typical interview and turned into a slightly ridiculous chat, capped by a duet of Nat King Cole’s “L-O-V-E”. Here ya go:
ANN ARBOR - Over 1,300 yards of offense. More than 100 combined points scored. It was a defensive coordinators absolute worst nightmare. A sick feeling, head coach Brady Hoke said after knowing his defense allowed 47 points and 572 yards off total offense. We got to play better you don't win championships by not playing good defense. The Michigan Wolverines e...
So, Michigan and Indiana, yeah that happened….
Several 1,300+ combined yards of offense, 63 points, and several broken school records later, and the Wolverines are 6-1.
I know that Indiana can barely spell “defense”, let alone play it. Still, I have to wonder how Michigan was able to do what they did on Saturday. This is the same team that kept lining up in tackle over versus...
In Monday's chat we take a look ahead to Michigan's next test at Michigan State on Nov. 2, how Devin Gardner could be used moving forward, the offensive line position battles, and some thoughts on football and basketball recruiting as they currently stand.
VIDEO: FOXSportsNEXT's Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz recap Michigan's 63-47 win over Indiana, the record setting performances out of Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon, the improved run game, and what needs to be cleaned up defensively heading into bye week, then East Lansing.