CRAIG ROH RUMORS & GOSSIP
Michigan senior strong side defensive end Craig Roh stepped aside with GBW at the Wolverines media day Sunday afternoon. Roh goes in depth on the difference from year one to year two, becoming a leader, and he lays out Michigan’s defensive goals.
Media day snapshots of Michigan defenders Will Campbell, Craig Roh, Brennen Beyer, Jake Ryan, and more.
Michigan senior defensive end Craig Roh has switched to the strong side defensive end for his senior season. Roh talked after practice Thursday about his position change, his new diet to gain weight for the position, his thoughts on Brendan Beyer, Ondre Pipkins, and more.
(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten, its sway over the
college football landscape and that school in South Bend it
Brady Hoke could be a future NFL head football coach.
Because Brock Huard said so. Enjoy your head football coach while you can, Michigan fans. (The Detroit News)
Catching up with Lloyd Carr.
5-star defensive tackle Henry Poggi (Baltimore, Maryland) will announce his college commitment on Monday (6/4). According to multiple reports, he has narrowed his decision down to two schools, Michigan and Alabama. Shortly after Maurice Hurst Jr committed to Michigan on Saturday, twitter was ablaze with rumors of another pending commitment for the Wolverines. The prevailing...
Craig Roh debuted at his new position at Michigan’s spring football game Saturday. Hear what he has to say on his adjustment to the strong side, the development of his fellow linemen, and his meal plan over the next few months (with video).
Have you ever ridden on the tandem bike with Taylor Lewan?
“Yes. It was a magical experience.”
Does he prefer to be in front or in back?
“He usually takes the front. It’s his bike, so he takes the front. Taylor’s back is the most amazing thing to look at. I’ve only done it once. I mean, it was magical but I don’t know how many more times I want to...
Finally! No,... FINALLY!!!!!
So that game was closer than it should have been. Raise your hand if you think the replay official had taken Ohio against the spread. A touchdown would have made it a 10 point game with Michigan covering the 9 point spread. But let's ***** about that later.
10-2 with wins against ND and OSU! It's beyond all expectations...
Formation notes: They did the usual 4-3 under stuff and went to a nickel package against spread sets. On passing downs the seven-guys-on-the-line okie package was a frequent deployment; on short yardage we saw the return of the Beyer/Ryan 4-4 under.
Then they did some weird stuff. If this looks a bit like a 3-3-5, yeah, sort of :
That's clearly a pass defense D with the ends...
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Is this not what you expected to see?
This week we're going to try a little Michigan defense word association. I'm gonna say a phrase and you're going to tell me what you're feeling. All set? Okay:
3rd and 1.
Lemme guess: Confidence? Excitement? Anticipation? A center sent airborne by a launching pad named Martin?
It is that, and Jake Ryan coming off...