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That picture will make way more sense later. Quick story from the weekend. Saturday I went to a Toledo Walleye hockey game. Less for the hockey and more so I could get cooked on 32oz Labatt Blue while being an obnoxious ****. Just know that I was successful. While...
[Ed.: Chris has returned to provide expert analysis in his regular Monday Morning Quarterback feature this season. He's a former Air Force quarterback, so he knows a thing or two about the game - especially the quarterback position. He assures us he'll be rooting for Michigan on Sept. 8]
If you’re anything like me, and you probably are since you’re taking the time to...
Big Ten Preview – Michigan
Big Ten Preview – Michigan
Offense – Returning Starters – 6; Key Departures – WR, Junior Hemmingway (7th round, Chiefs). C David Molk (7th round, Chargers). TE, Kevin Koger.
Image - courtesy of Thekeyplay.com
Even though Michigan brings back Heisman favorite Denard Robinson, don’t underrate the loss of his favorite target Junior Hemmingway...
Where does CollegeFootballNews rank Wolverines David Molk and Kevin Koger - and why?
Here's a look at the 2012 Tight End draft class. They are in order of how we rank them and not where they are projected to get drafted.
Rankings: QB - RB - WR - TE - OT - OG - C - DT - DE - OLB - ILB - CB - S
Name - College - Height - Weight - OS Grade - Proj. Round1 . Coby Fleener - Stanford - 6'6 - 247 - 2nd - 1st-2nd 2 . Dwayne Allen - Clemson ...
Tier 1 (1st round)
Tier 2 (2nd-3rd round)
Coby FLeener, Stanford
Dwayne Allen, Clemson
Orson Charles, Georgia
Ladarius Green, UL-Lafayette
Tier 3 (4th-5th round)
Rhett Ellison, USC
Michael Egnew, Missouri
Chase Ford, Miami
Kevin Koger, Michigan
Tier 4 (6th round-UDFA)
Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern
George Bryan, NC State
Brian Luthicum, Michigan State...
Draft Central > TEs
QBs * RBs * WRs * TEs * OTs * OGs/Cs * DEs * DTs * LBs * CBs * Ss * K/Ps
Everyone knew 2011 would be an adjustment for Denard Robinson and the Michigan offense. Not only would they be implementing an entirely new coaching staff, but would be totally switching gears from the wide open spread offense to a more conventional pro-style offense. The one constant that most figured would remain was that “Shoelace” would still be the focal point...
While the East Roster has the much better quarterback prospects and maybe more talent at running back, the West dominates the receiver, tight end, and offenisve line positions. Not as many top small school prospects (only 3 non-FBS prospects) on the West Roster, they do feature some more notable and likely higher drafted prospects, such as Jarius Wright of Arkansas, Marc Tyler of...
Michigan players were available to the media this afternoon with many of them talking about the focus level down in New Orleans as well as seniors Kevin Koger, Ryan Van Bergen and Mike Martin talking about their feelings on the last few days as Michigan football players.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BRETT MARTEL AP Sports Writer Michigan coach Brady Hoke deflects opportunities to take credit for the Wolverines' resurgence this season.
But his players say their first-year coach has played a significant role in getting Michigan back to a BCS bowl for the first time in five years.
The Wolverines take on Virginia Tech in...
Via AP on Fox
January 01, 2012
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.
Imagine how you felt at this time three years ago, watching the bowl selection show and knowing Michigan was staying home for the first time in nearly four decades. Then move forward a year and think about watching bowl season without your beloved Maize and Blue for the second straight year. Now advance to this time a year ago, finally being bowl eligible, but limping into the Gator...
Lots of football. Lots of turkey. Lots of turkeys.
Is it really any different than the others? Let's examine.
This would have been the perfect time to spend your three-day work week talking about Ohio State-Michigan on Saturday instead of actually working. Either your boss or the whole Urban Meyer Saga thwarted that, but it's OK. It sure would have been...
Even if Ohio State makes it eight in row Saturday against the Wolverines, Michigan senior tight end Kevin Koger won't have any regrets. Four years ago as a senior at Toledo Whitmer as one of the top tight ends in the country, he had the opportunity to head to Ohio State and take part in the Buckeyes' dominance of their archrivals and go to three BCS bowl games.
Marcus Coker has two rushing touchdowns and the Hawkeyes have forced two turnovers to jump ahead but Michigan's Denard Robinson hit Kevin Koger to cut the lead to 24-16.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke gave his players a couple days off last week during the team's bye week.
Some of them couldn't stay away.
Senior tight end Kevin Koger met some teammates at Schembechler Hall to ''get some work in'' on Saturday after sleeping in a bit and watching TV at home.
''I really didn't know what to do,'' Koger said Monday...
Via AP on Fox
October 25, 2011
You can ask the question. It's OK. The Michigan Wolverines almost seem like they want you to ask. "It's definitely important for us to get back and show the nation we're not going to slide like the other years," tight end Kevin Koger said.