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Post Spring Game Analysis: Wolverines defense looks stout, offense a work in progress

The 2015 Michigan Football Spring Game may not have been as encouraging as some Wolverine fans would have expected.The offense for both teams struggled heavily to move the ball with consistency, and only Shane Morris and Alex Malzone were the scholarship quarterbacks who dressed, and played in the game.Morris led the victorious Team Blue, completing 11 of 24 attempts for 135 yards...
Via Maize & Blue Nation
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan DB Jabrill Peppers Will Not Play Against Rutgers, QB Shane Morris Will Dress

It’s been a long week for Michigan football. Tonight, the team finally returns to the field, as it travels to New Jersey for a primetime showdown with Rutgers. The Wolverines do have some big injury news, as it will be without the services of star freshman defensive back Jabrill Peppers, who won’t dress for the second straight game. In perhaps even bigger injury news, quarterback...
Via College Spun
October 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Staff predictions: Michigan vs Minnesota

The staggering Michigan Wolverines will look to right the ship when they host Minnesota on Saturday at the Big House. Click here for a complete game preview. Continue reading for the staff picks. Rob White So far this season, Rob is 2-2 picking the results of Michigan games I’ve never been more uncertain about the direction of Michigan Football than I am right now. As evidenced...
Via isportsweb.com
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Shane Morris really the answer to Michigan’s problems?

One doesn’t need a PhD from the University of Michigan to figure out what’s keeping Brady Hoke’s Wolverines from being a good football team. A look at the stat sheet reveals it plain as day — Michigan can’t stop turning the ball over and can’t force turnovers either. The Wolverines have a nation-worst minus-10 turnover margin, forcing just two turnovers and committing...
Via Talking 10
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan football: The future of the QB position

Just a few months separate us from the start of the college football season. For the University of Michigan football team, the quarterback position will dictate how successful it will be this season. Last year, Devin Gardner struggled early with turnovers, but turned things around to put up stellar numbers over the course of the season. Here, I will break down the next few seasons...
Via isportsweb.com
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan’s Shane Morris Completes Pass To Himself

Looks like Michigan Wolverines future starting quarterback Shane Morris wanted to show he’s just as athletic as the high school recruit who threw a hail-mary pass to himself. Morris completed the impressive while running about 25 yards to catch the ball. Not quite as impressive as Gary Haynes’ I’d say [@ShaneMorris_7] The post Michigan’s Shane Morris Completes Pass To Himself...
Via Diehardsport
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan football: Impact of Doug Nussmeier as offensive coordinator

The Michigan football team officially announced today that Doug Nussmeier would be taking over for recently-fired Al Borges next season. Nussmeier most recently held the offensive coordinator position at Alabama for the last two seasons. Many fans were unhappy with the way the Wolverines performed, especially on offense. Much of that blame rested on former offensive coordinator Borges...
Via isportsweb.com
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan football ends season with a BWW Bowl loss

Well, the Michigan football season is finally over. After months of inconsistency and frustration, the Wolverines wind up with an unspectacular 7-6 record after their loss to Kansas State 31-14. The Wildcats dominated the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl and it was over early. Shane Morris Probably one of the only the positive things you could take from this game was the performance from...
Via isportsweb.com
December 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Morris to start at QB for Michigan in bowl game

Freshman Shane Morris will start at quarterback for Michigan in Saturday's Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, replacing Devin Gardner. Gardner has not practiced since the Ohio State game with what the team originally thought was turf toe, but is now believed to be a fractured foot. Brady Hoke said that at Thursday's press conference that he expects Gardner to be ready for spring practice...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
December 26, 2013  |  Discuss

With Gardner Likely Out, the Focus Shifts to Freshman Shane Morris

The Wolverines arrived in Scottsdale, AZ on Monday of this week to continue their Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl preparations, and with them a hobbled Devin Gardner still reeling from a turf toe injury suffered in the Ohio State game. At least we've been told it's a turf toe injury...which may have been the straw that broke the camel's back as Gardner has taken a career's worth of beatings...
Via Maize & Blue Nation
December 25, 2013  |  Discuss
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