Michigan Football will officially begin the 2016 season at the end of February by taking the entire team to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida for the first week of spring practice. This move has of course ruffled the feathers of all those straight shooting teams in the SEC. Regardless of their objections, Jim Harbaugh will take his team down to Florida for some hard work and some...
Video of Michigan’s offense at work during a recent practice. First-team offensive line looks to ebe Logan Tuley-Tillman at left tackle, Erik Magnus at left guard, Mason Cole at center, Kyle Kalis at right guard and Ben Braden at right guard. [Video via Rivals/ Michael Spath] The post Watch: Michigan’s Offense At Work At Practice appeared first on Diehardsport.
Michigan Football will begin spring practice on Feb. 25 and the annual spring game will be played on Apr. 4 at Michigan Stadium. We will preview each position group between now and the start of spring practice. The first position group we will examine is the offensive line. Unlike last spring, the Wolverines are equipped with an experienced offensive line and it appears that we can...
The OL is a work in progress, but a promising startThe starting group of (left to right) Mason Cole, Erik Magnuson, Jack Miller, Joey Burzynski (or Kyle Kalis), Ben Braden had both moments of good and bad on Saturday. At times, Cole looked like a true freshman, and at times he didn't. His one bad hiccup led to ASU's only sack on Gardner.I thought Jack Miller did everything he could...
Brady Hoke A quick update on Michigan Football during fall camp as discussed during the media conferences held with Coach Brady Hoke on Wednesday, August 20th and Friday, August 22nd. Improvement and progress. Those were the key words said by Hoke throughout both media conferences. A positive implication, yet Hoke asked and answered himself: “Are we ready? Not yet.” The offensive...
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