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Michigan Football: Why Mustapha Muhammad is a huge get

  Michigan football got a huge recruiting win Friday night, landing 4-star tight end Mustapha Muhammad. The Michigan football team is hoping to beat Penn State Saturday night, but on Friday, the Wolverines already got a win, on the recruiting trail. That’s because 4-star tight end Mustapha Muhammad, the No. 47 prospect in the 2018 […] Michigan Football: Why Mustapha Muhammad is a...
Via GBMWolverine
2 hours ago

2018 tight end Mustapha Muhammad verbally commits to Michigan

The big-time tight end prospect has pledged to the Wolverines. The football recruiting trail has run a bit dry since the season started, but Michigan just landed another top player in the 2018 class in the form of 4-star tight end Mustapha Muhammad. Muhammad is the fifth ranked tight end and the 109th overall player in 247Sports’ Composite Rankings for the 2018 class. Texas, Clemson...
Via Maize n Brew
2 hours ago

Staff Predictions: Michigan Football vs Penn State

Michigan Football (5-1, 2-1) will play at Penn State (6-0, 3-0) on Saturday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:42 p.m. (ET) and the game will be televised on ABC. For a complete game preview go here: Michigan at Penn State. Check out the staff predictions below. Chad Godfrey So far this season Chad is 5-1 picking the results of Michigan games. You can follow Chad on Twitter @ctgodfrey13...
Via isportsweb.com
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Football: Previewing Marquee Game Against Penn State

You could call it the biggest game for Michigan football so far this season. Do the Wolverines have a shot? The Go Blue Crew takes a look. Come 7:30 p.m. EST this Saturday, it seems likely that the college football world will have already seen at least one upset on the day. That’s just the […] Michigan Football: Previewing Marquee Game Against Penn State - GBMWolverine - GBMWolverine...
Via GBMWolverine
5 hours ago

CFB Analyst Is Feeling Very Confident About Michigan’s Chances Against Penn State

Anthony Herron, a college football analyst for NBC, is feeling VERY confident about the Wolverines’ chances against Penn State. Herron was on the Colin Cowherd show where he said the following about Saturday’s prime-time matchup. “Penn State is going to be tested for the first time, and a Michigan team that is going to come in ticked off. Jim Harbaugh is going to have his team ready...
Via Diehardsport
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

10 Game-Changing Factors to the Penn St vs. Michigan Game

Who has the leg up? Before the season even started, Wolverine and Nittany Lion fans knew the Penn State-Michigan game would be a huge match. Six games into the season, it is exactly that. Everyone knew it was very likely both teams would be undefeated. As it played out, No. 19 Michigan sits at 5-1 and No. 2 Penn St 6-0. Both teams have similar story lines with good records while...
Via Maize n Brew
7 hours ago

Michigan Football vs Penn State: 3 Predictions for the Wolverines

Michigan football might be a double-digit underdog against Penn State, but the Wolverines will show they are better than people think. Of all the predictions you will hear leading up to Michigan football and Penn State Saturday night, the one that is the most true is by the time the game is over, we will […] Michigan Football vs Penn State: 3 Predictions for the Wolverines - GBMWolverine...
Via GBMWolverine
7 hours ago

Play The House: Michigan will end up losing to Penn State

Hello! Good luck, everybody. Michigan Wolverines: Pass Offense John O’Korn: 117 passing yards Sean McKeon: 41 receiving yards Zach Gentry: 33 receiving yards Donovan Peoples-Jones: 27 receiving yards Grant Perry: 13 receiving yards Kekoa Crawford: 3 receiving yards Notable zeroes: Brandon Peters, Karan Higdon, Ty Isaac, Chris Evans, Nick Eubanks, Ty Wheatley, Nate Schoenle...
Via Maize n Brew
11 hours ago

Roundtable: Wolverines to face "white out" conditions in Happy Valley

Ed: Hey, guys. The showdown with Penn State is finally upon us. How are we feeling heading into this one? Anything you saw against Indiana last week that gives you reason to be optimistic? Dan: If the last, I dunno, 6-8 minutes of the game didn’t happen, I’d be feeling about as good as I could have expected heading in. The offensive line finally showed a pulse, the offensive coaching...
Via Maize n Brew
11 hours ago

PSU QB Once Tweeted About Jim Harbaugh Getting Beat Up In Fight

A tweet from Trace McSorley, Penn State’s starting QB, is being rediscovered ahead of the Michigan – PSU game this Saturday. McSorley did forget, however, that Harbaugh’s famous post-game run-in was with Jim Schwartz and not Mike Schwartz.
Via Diehardsport
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

No. 2 Penn State faces No. 19 Michigan with high stakes

This team is back. That team is back. The practice of proclaiming that a struggling traditional college football power has returned to elite status after a big win is fraught with false steps. The truth is that a return to glory can rarely be narrowed down to a single game. But if there ever was a “they’re back” moment in college football that turned out to be real, it was on Oct...
Via MyNorthwest.com
22 hours ago

Five takeaways from Big Ten Media Day 2017

NEW YORK — In six months, the Michigan basketball team will defend its 2017 Big Ten Tournament Championship in Madison Square Garden. On Thursday, however, Mortiz Wagner. Duncan Robinson and Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman represented the Wolverines at the microphone, as the World’s Most Famous Arena played host to the conference’s annual media day. From the trio of Michigan players to...
Via UM Hoops
1 day ago

Video: John Beilein roundtable at Big Ten Media Day

John Beilein spent time this afternoon meeting with assembled media at Big Ten Media Day. Here’s a look at what the Michigan head coach had to say during his media roundtable. Video special to UM Hoops from Mark Calcagno. Follow Mark on Twitter @MWCalcagno. The post Video: John Beilein roundtable at Big Ten Media Day appeared first on UM Hoops.com.
Via UM Hoops
1 day ago

Behind Enemy Lines: A Q&A with Black Shoe Diaries

This week I interviewed Aaron York of SB Nation’s Black Shoe Diaries. Hello, everyone! Welcome to this edition of Behind Enemy Lines, where I interview someone each week from fellow SB Nation sites. This week I spoke with Aaron Yorke who writes for Black Shoe Diaries, the Penn State blog. So without further ado, let's get into it. Josh LaFond: Are Penn State fans pretty confident...
Via Maize n Brew
1 day ago

Moritz Wagner named to 2017-18 preseason All-Big Ten team

Moritz Wagner is the sixth-straight Michigan basketball player to make the preseason All-Big Ten roster. Moritz Wagner was named to the 10-man preseason All-Big Ten team on Thursday morning. It is the sixth-straight season that at least one Michigan player has been named to that list. The Berlin, Germany native joins Miles Bridges (Player of the Year), Ethan Happ (unanimous), Bryant...
Via Maize n Brew
1 day ago

Thursday Morning Brews: Grab bag

We have a collection of Michigan news from around the college sports landscape this morning Happy Thursday, folks. Welcome to Morning Brews. The looming prime time matchup with Penn State is being covered with reckless abandon by sportswriters, and that’s sure to not stop ‘til it’s over. As a result, there isn’t really one particular item of news that I want to riff on this morning...
Via Maize n Brew
1 day ago

Michigan Football: How the Wolverines can beat Penn State

Michigan football is a big underdog heading into Happy Valley Saturday night. But here is how the Wolverines can do the unthinkable and beat Penn State. It could happen. Michigan football could beat Penn State. But if it’s going to be done, there are three things that UM needs to accomplish and here they are. […] Michigan Football: How the Wolverines can beat Penn State - GBMWolverine...
Via GBMWolverine
2 days ago

Jim Harbaugh defends quarterbacks from blame for Michigan’s struggles

Most observers would pin Michigan’s struggles this season on the below average play of their quarterbacks. The Wolverines have a talented defense and good skill players, but their quarterbacks haven’t delivered.Jim Harbaugh doesn’t want people to take what he believes is the easy way out by blaming everything on the QBs.“I think it’s the low-hanging fruit to say, ‘It’s the quarterback...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

College football 2017 Week 8 predictions

We're more than halfway through the season, and things are just as chaotic as they were at the start of the year. Top teams are dropping games they are supposed to win, and struggling teams have risen up to shock college football week after week.Week 8 is when the pressure starts to build, and teams get tight worrying about conference position, and bowl game eligibility. Here are...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Predicting studs and duds for college football Week 8

The first seven weeks of college football have flown by. Somehow, we’re more than halfway through the season and after last week, it feels like we know less than when we started.The overwhelming dynamic of right now seems to be Alabama in a tier of its own. Behind them, eight other teams are fighting to be with the Crimson Tide, the problem being that half of them lost last week...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Harbaugh Gives Notable Quotes On Michigan’s QB Situation

Jim Harbaugh shared on the radio Wednesday why John O’Korn is QB No. 1 for the Wolverines: On those calling for backup Brandon Peters to be ‘the guy’: O’Korn and the Wolverines head to Happy Valley this weekend to take on No. 2 Penn State.
Via Diehardsport
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan needs to attack Penn State with enthusiasm unknown to mankind - and a good game plan

The Wolverines could take a cue from their coach’s off-field persona in Happy Valley This is my favorite Harbaugh-ism, bar none. You can have the American Sniper tweet, the Nordin sleepover, or his now legendary Pardon My Take interview; but for me, “Attack each day with enthusiasm unknown to mankind” is peak Harbaugh. I love this tweet because it is purely bad ass. I’m fond of...
Via Maize n Brew
2 days ago

Michigan Football: Which QB should start against Penn State?

Michigan football has a dilemma on its hands at quarterback, so we ask the question, who should start against Penn State Saturday night? From the outside looking in, it appears as though the Michigan football team is prepared to go with John O’Korn as the starting quarterback against Penn State. But just because Jim Harbaugh […] Michigan Football: Which QB should start against Penn...
Via GBMWolverine
3 days ago

Report Card: Michigan’s defense comes up big in overtime, but there’s room for improvement on both sides

Michigan’s defense shined and a running back emerged, but everyone can improve. History has shown us that when Michigan and Indiana play, it's likely to be a close one until the end. While another gut wrenching overtime situation happened after being up 13-0, Michigan got the job done. Let's get to it and hand out position grades from this thrilling and nail biting overtime win...
Via Maize n Brew
3 days ago

Michigan Football vs. Penn State Will Reveal Wolverines’ Place In Big Ten

Michigan football is preparing for its first top-10 game of the season against Penn State, and it’s going to reveal a lot about the Wolverines. For as much doom and gloom that’s been passed around for the last few weeks as Michigan struggles to mount an effective offensive attack, one positive fact remains: The Wolverines […] Michigan Football vs. Penn State Will Reveal Wolverines...
Via GBMWolverine
3 days ago
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