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DERRICK GREEN RUMORS

Predicting Michigan 2015: The running backs

It seems long ago that five-star recruit Derrick Green’s commitment to the University of Michigan sent former head coach Brady Hoke into tears of joy. Ever since that day (Jan. 26, 2013), Michigan’s offense has left fans crying for another reason. Though much of the blame for the team’s poor rushing performance over the past few years belongs to the offensive line, a few...
Via MaizeAndGoBlue
July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan Leading Rusher Derrick Green Out For The Season With A Broken Clavicle

Another day, another piece of bad news for Michigan football. This time, the news surrounds running back Derrick Green, who leads the team with 471 rushing yards this season. According to Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke, Green will miss the rest of 2014 after breaking his clavicle. Derrick Green will miss the season, Hoke said. Broke his clavicle. — Joshua Henschke (@JoshuaHenschke...
Via College Spun
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Football vs Miami News, Stats, and Stars

I was a getting pretty nervous for a while yesterday watching the Wolverines struggle with the RedHawks in the big house. I kept having horrible flashbacks of last year (almost to the day) when Michigan barely pulled off a win against the Akron Zips. I remember before I went to the Akron game last year, I made a joke to my friend that they were called the zips because that is how...
Via isportsweb.com
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Instant Analysis: Michigan struggles against Miami (Ohio)

Michigan Football (2-1) squeaked out a victory over Miami (Ohio) (0-3) by the final score of 34-10 on Saturday afternoon, despite a disastrous team-performance. In the first half alone, the Wolverines committed three turnovers but somehow managed to take a 17-10 lead into the locker room. The thought of a possible upset didn’t vacate the stadium until Michigan took a 31-10 lead...
Via isportsweb.com
September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Green poised to jump-start Michigan's running game

ANN ARBOR, Mich -- Many Michigan fans had themselves believing that Derrick Green's arrival in Ann Arbor last year would be punctuated with a walk across the Huron River. He was heralded as the savior of the Wolverines' mundane running game in 2013. Unfortunately for the Michigan and its fans, the nation's top-rated running back coming out of high school didn't make a significant...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Michgian Depth Chart: Derrick Green named the starting RB for Michigan’s opener

With Michigan’s regular season opener against Appalachian State on-tap for this Saturday at the Big House, Brady Hoke and the Wolverine coaching staff released the depth chart with a few notables.  First, the former five-star prospect Derrick Green gets the nod as the team’s starting running back with sophomore De’Veon Smith, Justice Hayes and Drake Johnson falling in behind...
Via The Majors Ann Arbor
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan’s Derrick Green Had Quite The Body Transformation From Freshman Year

“freshmen year at 248lbs 27% body fat now my sophomore year at 220lbs with only 9% body fat. Work for what you want.” [Derrick Green] The post Michigan’s Derrick Green Had Quite The Body Transformation From Freshman Year appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
July 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Football spring practice position preview: Running backs

Throughout the disappointing 7-6 season last year, the Michigan football team struggled mightily when running the ball. A lot of that blame goes to an offensive line that just couldn’t get it done up front. However, the running backs still could have done a better job. Despite losing a couple guys, most notably Fitzgerald Touissant, the Wolverines return a lot of talent in the...
Via isportsweb.com
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan football vs Iowa game preview

With only two weeks of the college football regular season remaining, a number of teams across the country have a lot to play for. But not for Michigan and Iowa. Michigan has had a disappointing season thus far, as they enter the game at 7-3 and 3-3 in the Big Ten. Iowa comes in as a six point favorite, but they also don’t have much to play for. The Hawkeyes come in with a 6-4...
Via isportsweb.com
November 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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