Where does CollegeFootballNews rank Wolverines David Molk and Kevin Koger - and why?
Michigan players were available to the media this afternoon with many of them talking about the focus level down in New Orleans as well as seniors Kevin Koger, Ryan Van Bergen and Mike Martin talking about their feelings on the last few days as Michigan football players.
Ryan Van Bergen and Kevin Koger discuss Michigan's selection for the 2012 Sugar Bowl, react to critical comments from Michigan State about being passed over, and more.
[The Athletic Department made Ryan Van Bergen and Kevin Koger available for short interviews following the BCS bowl announcement. Brady Hoke was not available because he is currently in New York for the Football Hall of Fame Inductions. Hoke will be back for a Wednesday presser, and bowl practice will commence at the end of the week.]
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Even if Ohio State makes it eight in row Saturday against the Wolverines, Michigan senior tight end Kevin Koger won't have any regrets. Four years ago as a senior at Toledo Whitmer as one of the top tight ends in the country, he had the opportunity to head to Ohio State and take part in the Buckeyes' dominance of their archrivals and go to three BCS bowl games.
You know the drill by now: always Denard's legs always. Michigan went away from using Denard's legs as a threat against Iowa and suffered through a day where their tailbacks averaged 3.6 yards an attempt. Against Illinois virtually every play saw Michigan threaten a Denard run, often with the additional threat of a triple option from a motioning slot receiver or fullback...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke gave his players a couple days off last week during the team's bye week.
Some of them couldn't stay away.
Senior tight end Kevin Koger met some teammates at Schembechler Hall to ''get some work in'' on Saturday after sleeping in a bit and watching TV at home.
''I really didn't know what to do,'' Koger said Monday...
Via AP on Fox
October 25, 2011