Michigan Sugar Bowl winning kicker Brendon Gibbons looks a lot like Ryan Van Bergen with a beard.
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Michigan senior defensive lineman Ryan Van Bergen fought through adversity in the Sugar Bowl like he did in his career. After the 23-20 victory over Virginia Tech he reflected the resolve his team showed in the game, the leadership the senior class displayed, team 132's place in Michigan lore, and more.
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.
Michigan's senior class showed a lot of leadership before Brady Hoke even became their coach.
With fans clamoring for college football's winningest program to bring back Jim Harbaugh or Les Miles to campus after Rich Rodriguez was fired, Ryan Van Bergen and David Molk called a team meeting.
Rumors were running rampant that quarterback Denard Robinson was going to transfer...
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November 23, 2011
Michigan defensive end Ryan Van Bergen says the team isn't celebrating winning more games than it has in any season since Lloyd Carr was coaching.
The 20th-ranked Wolverines want more.
Michigan hosts No. 17 Nebraska for the first time since 1962 on Saturday, then rival Ohio State next week. The Wolverines and Cornhuskers will break a second-place tie in the Big Ten's Legends...
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November 18, 2011
Though not voted a captain, fifth-year senior defensive lineman Ryan Van Bergen has taken a leadership role for Michigan. He's playing both tackle and end and has adapted to make each area stronger.
Behind a stout defense Michigan (8-2, 4-2) picked up a key road victory by knocking off Illinois 31-14. The U-M defense was so dominant that the Illini didn’t take their first snap in Michigan territory until there was 1:45 left to play in the 3rd quarter. By that time Illinois was down 17-0, they would score a TD to temporarily cut the Michigan lead to 17-7. However, Nathan Scheelhaase’s...
When Hayden Fry took over the head football coaching position at the University of Iowa, one of the first things on his docket was to paint the visitors' locker room pink. Fry, a psychology major at Baylor, knew that jails and mental institutions as a pacifying method for patients. The Hawkeyes skipper felt that the color would distract visiting coaches and players.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Ryan Van Bergen is promising it wont happen again.
Theres not going to be a crash and burn, Van Bergen said Monday during Michigans weekly football news conference.
Van Bergen, a fifth-year senior defensive lineman, has been part of the last two collapses when the Wolverines started 4-0 in 2009 before losing seven of their last eight, and 5-0 last season before...
The Michigan defense has gone from one of the nation's worst to a unit that ranks second in points allowed.
First-year coach Brady Hoke said Monday that his defense has to play harder and better. The 12th-ranked Wolverines (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten) play at Northwestern (2-2, 0-1) on Saturday night.
The Wolverines beat Minnesota 58-0 in their Big Ten opener and are yielding only 10...
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October 03, 2011