Even when Brady Hoke saw his tenure go down in flames at Michigan, his offensive and defensive coordinators were generously compensated. This was not the case for Rich Rodriguez, whose coordinators — especially Greg Robinson on defense — made well below half of what Hoke’s coordinators pulled in. (You can see the figures in that link by clicking a tab for assistant coach...
Coach Greg Mattison coaching up the DLinemen. #GrindingInTheGlick #GoBlue #HarbaughEffect #Team136 pic.twitter.com/6eMRHJDMEA — Gwendolyn Bush (@UMICH_Mama_G) February 26, 2015 Looks like things are still going smoothly. It will be interesting to see what the Spring Game has in store for everyone this year. Practice #2 #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/g8iEkXQM2V — Michigan Football (...
Michigan defensive line coach Greg Mattison offended three-star recruit Daishon Neal with a comment during the recruiting process, leading Neal to stick to his commitment to Nebraska. Michigan’s new coaching staff led by Jim Harbaugh has been trying to improve their recruiting class for next season. One of their strategies has been to talk with...Read More
Video: Michigan’s Brady Hoke, D-Coordinator Greg Mattison Scream Curse Words At Each Other On Wolverines’ Sideline
Things are getting a little heated on the Michigan sideline this afternoon. The Wolverines currently trail Utah, 13-10, at halftime at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Utes returned a punt 66 yards for a touchdown and have held Michigan to 3 of 9 on third down. Prior to the end of the first half, Brady Hoke and defensive coordinator Greg Mattison got into a screaming...
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...
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