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Photo: Michigan Defensive Coordinator Greg Mattison Is Not Very Good At FaceTiming His Players

Technology is a major aspect of today’s college football. Players use iPads to watch game film, coaches use Twitter and other social media platforms to connect with recruits, everyone is in constant communication via cellphones, etc.  Today, Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison attempted to connect with one of his best players, senior defensive end Frank Clark. He tried...
Via College Spun
July 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan's Greg Mattison feeling urgency to turn defense around

Greg Mattison knows a thing or two about how defenses are supposed to play at Michigan. He's coordinated at the program in two different eras. He helped build the school's most successful defense of the modern era in 1997. He helped turn around one of the school's worst defenses in 2011. He knows what elite-level defenses are supposed to look like. And, at the same...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Greg Mattison Week One Spring Practice Report

VIDEO: Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison on his new job title, Jake Ryan's move to the middle, Jabrill Peppers possible role, the size up front, secondary responsibilities, and more.
Via michigan.scout.com
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Mattison: Opportunity to 'Step-up' at MSU

Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison addresses his secondary’s ability to make plays on the football, what else can be done to help prevent the big play, Jake Ryan’s role for Saturday, and previews the Michigan State offense including what will be most important in slowing down the Spartan attack (VIDEO included).
Via michigan.scout.com
October 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Confidence in Secondary “high" For Mattison

The Michigan defense did give up over 300-yards passing to the Notre Dame offense in Saturday’s 41-30 win. On Tuesday, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said there was a reason behind that, also touching on the lack of pass rush vs. the Irish, James Ross, Jake Ryan, and more (VIDEO included).
Via michigan.scout.com
September 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Mattison: the next guy steps up (w/video)

Michigan defensive coordinator, Greg Mattison addressed the media Thursday. Mattison talked about the situation with Jake Ryan out, the improved speed on defense, utilizing a four man pass rush, and Taco Charlton sticking out in spring practice. ***Watch Full Press Conference***
Via michigan.scout.com
April 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Mattison says 'D' Headed in Right Direction

Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison has been a part of the Notre Dame rivalry on both sides of the ledger in his career. Mattison touched on his defense against Massachusetts, talks about the Notre Dame offense and where he believes the defense is at right now. **With video**
Via michigan.scout.com
September 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Brandon James Still Thriving as Underdog

It goes back to the days when Gator assistant Greg Mattison had to push Urban Meyer to offer a scholarship to the diminutive ball p[layer from St. Augustine. Meyer relented and Brandon James was brought on as a return specialist. He finished his career as the all time leader in kick returns at Florida. Now he is back as the underdog and right where he wants to be.
Via florida.scout.com
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Improved defense carries Michigan to Sugar Bowl

Seemingly overnight, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison came in and fixed Michigan's previously slapstick defense. He just snapped his fingers and the Wolverines went from allowing 35.2 points and 450.8 yards per game to giving up 17.2 points and 317.6 yards. The before-and-after photos here are startling. How could this defense make so much progress so quickly? It wasn&...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
December 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Defense carries Michigan to Sugar Bowl

Seemingly overnight, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison came in and fixed Michigan's previously slapstick defense. He just snapped his fingers and the Wolverines went from allowing 35.2 points and 450.8 yards per game to giving up 17.2 points and 317.6 yards. The before-and-after photos here are startling. How could this defense make so much progress so quickly? It wasn&...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
December 30, 2011  |  Discuss
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