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The Sports Bank:
For Devin Gardner it is the best of times, for the city of Detroit it is the worst of times.
Devin Gardner previously played wide receiver for the Michigan Wolverines and he’ll play his redshirt junior season in Ann Arbor. During the fall of 2009, he was rated as the No. 1 dual-threat high school quarterback in the United States by Rivals and the No. 5 quarterback by ESPNU.
After switching from quarterback to wide receiver at Michigan at the beginning of the 2012 season, Gardner switched back and took over for starting quarterback Denard Robinson after the latter injured his elbow. This year, the most high profile position in sports; at possibly the second most high profile college football program (Notre Dame is #1). The spotlight is on Detroit product Devin Gardner.
Gardner was a huge prep star at Detroit Jesuit High School.
These are quite lean and mean times for the city of Detroit.
Detroit became the biggest American city to ever file for bankruptcy after its emergency manage...
BEST OF MAXIM
George Campbell (Photo by: [Jim Damaske, Times]Michigan Football’s 2015 recruiting class, picked up a huge commitment on Saturday when 5-star wide receiver George Campbell (East Lake, Florida) committed to the Wolverines. He is in Ann Arbor for Sunday’s the BBQ at the Big House and made his commitment while in town. As a sophomore, Campbell racked up 766 receiving yards and scored...
Michigan’s field general held court during the B1G Media Day breakout session -- he shed light on his growth as a leader, his confidence in his team, the overblown reaction to his so-called “guarantee” of victory over Ohio State, and more.
The ever-changing landscape of college football is about to trim off another section of fat, as teams begin to move to a 9-game conference schedule and a greater emphasis on strength-of-schedule out of conference due to the new college football playoff. The days of the Florida putting up 79 points on the Citadel are close to being eliminated, as are the amazing upsets like Appalachian...
As the offseason begins to wind down for the Michigan football team, linebacker Jake Ryan’s recovery from a torn ACL during spring practice has been nothing short of remarkable.
In fact according to head coach Brady Hoke, Ryan’s rehabilitation is going so well, he could make a return to the team sometime during the 2013 campaign.
“I think we’re very excited about his progress...
The Michigan Wolverines landed the nation's top-rated athlete for the 2015 class, George Campbell. Big time.
Check out Go Blue Wolverines wrap up of what Michigan head coach Brady Hoke had to say at Big Ten Media days.
GoBlueWolverine's Josh Newkirk and FOX Sports' Simone Scott discuss Michigan's Devin Gardner, Thomas Gordon and Taylor Lewan at Big Ten Media Day.