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Jim Harbaugh to call Ohio State by actual name

When Brady Hoke was the coach of the Michigan Wolverines from 2011-2014, he took the team’s “hatred” of Ohio State to a whole new level in simply calling the Buckeyes’ university “Ohio.” That is not going to be the case under new coach Jim Harbaugh, apparently. In fact, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, Harbaugh plans on calling Ohio State, well, Ohio State! Jim...
Via Campus Sports Net
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh Will Refer To Ohio State By Name, Unlike Brady Hoke

During the Brady Hoke era at Michigan, Ohio State was not referred to by name by the Wolverines.  The Buckeyes were known as “Ohio” from 2011-14.  Will they still be called that under Jim Harbaugh? No.  Jim Harbaugh asked how he would refer to Ohio State: “Just Ohio State” — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) July 31, 2015 As long as he beats the Buckeyes from time to...
Via College Spun
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Which team will be the most improved in the Big Ten in 2015?

On this weeks edition of The Student Section college football roundtable, we focus in on the Big Ten Conference. TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join staff writer Kevin Causey and special rotating guests in our weekly roundtable discussing all things college football. To talk about Big Ten football as we are joined by Jason Long of The Buckeye Battle Cry...
Via Bloguin Best
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jabrill Peppers says he’ll 'never forget' when Michigan fans booed the Wolverines at home

Michigan football’s 2014 season was one to forget. The Wolverines went 5-7, leading to Brady Hoke’s demise in Ann Arbor, Mich.  Star freshman Jabrill Peppers will never forget what transpired last fall, though. One specific aspect of Michigan’s season will forever be burned into his memory.  One Memory at Michigan I will never forget is our fans booing us at home. ...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan has the coaching staff it wants, not just Harbaugh

Even when Brady Hoke saw his tenure go down in flames at Michigan, his offensive and defensive coordinators were generously compensated. This was not the case for Rich Rodriguez, whose coordinators — especially Greg Robinson on defense — made well below half of what Hoke’s coordinators pulled in. (You can see the figures in that link by clicking a tab for assistant coach...
Via The Student Section
15 days ago  |  Discuss

PHOTOS: Brady Hoke’s Ann Arbor home up for sale

Michigan fans, here is your shot to make sure former Wolverines football coach Brady Hoke never calls Ann Arbor again.  His 10,478 square foot home is up for sale for a mere $2,995,000.’s write-up highlights the tall ceilings, the ridiculous patio entertainment area, the view of nature with a large pond in the backyard and a well-loved kitchen. Fine, I added the well...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

4-star QB recruit decommits from Michigan

Just a few days after adding four-star quarterback Zach Gentry to its 2015 class, Michigan has lost one of the signal callers that had committed to the previous coaching staff. Messiah DeWeaver, who pledged to Brady Hoke and the Wolverines back in June and is a member of the 2016 class, announced his decommitment from the school via Twitter. — Messiah...
Via College Spun
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Duke coach turned down Michigan job

According to a report by’s Gil Brandt, Michigan football targeted Duke head coach David Cutcliffe as a potential person to fill its head coaching vacancy. The university even went as far as offering the job to the 60-year-old Alabama native. However, Cutcliffe reportedly turned the Wolverines down, opting instead to stay in Durham and coach the Blue Devils. Was told...
Via College Spun
December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Eight candidates to replace Brady Hoke at Michigan

Michigan is the second Big Ten coaching position to open this offseason, as coach Brady Hoke was fired on Tuesday. Hoke went 31-20 in four seasons...
Via Athlon Sports
December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Hoke apology for stake on field at Michigan State

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke's statement and apology for stake being brought on the field at Michigan State: “I want to publicly apologize to Coach Dantonio as well as the players and supporters of Michigan State for our act of poor sportsmanship displayed pre-game yesterday. I spoke with Mark earlier today and expressed to him that we meant no disrespect to his team. During...
Via College Football Universe
October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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