Michigan linebacker Desmond Morgan talk to the media on Tuesday. Morgan talked about the defensive needing to get better, on the Notre Dame game jump-starting the defense, being a perfect defense under Mattision and if it’s realistic. ***please check out the full video***
Via UM media relations:
Ford Recognized as Michigan Football Legend, Linebacker Morgan to Wear No. 48 Jersey
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan Athletic Department officially recognized Gerald Ford as a Michigan Football Legend today (Oct. 13) during a pregame ceremony at the Michigan-Illinois football game.
Sophomore linebacker Desmond Morgan (Holland, Mich...
Michigan defensive players Desmond Morgan, Jordan Kovacs and Kenny Demens talk about the defensive focus on pursuit drills and playing as a cohesive unit against the Boilermakers Saturday.
Michigan sophomore linebacker Desmond Morgan burst onto the scene with an impressive freshman campaign in 2011. Morgan talks about the 2012 defense’s approach, he reflects on life as a freshman, and looks forward to the opportunity against Alabama.
Michigan Linebackers coach Mark Smith talks about Kenny Demons’ expected leadership, the play of Desmond Morgan, Jake Ryan as player, and more. ***Video Interview included***
One of the most surprising elements of the Michigan football team's defensive success is the number of freshmen playing. Linebacker Desmond Morgan has started the last five games at linebacker, cornerback Blake Countess has started the last five opposite J.T. Floyd and redshirt freshman Jake Ryan started 10 of the 12 games at strong-side linebacker.
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: Michigan debuted a big set that features two SLBs. Here Ryan is to the top of the screen and Beyer the bottom; Countess was lifted.
Michigan was in this set for both of the late third and ones on which Michigan punched Iowa off the field, though on the second they put Beyer and Ryan in a bear front.
Michigan also showed a fair number of over fronts with the line...