The Defensive Line- For the first time all season the defensive line put forth a dominant performance. In the wake of the Akron game, Greg Mattison vowed to get back to basics with the defensive line and the players responded. The off season hype machine on Frank Clark was enormous and through the . . . → Read More: Grading The Performance: UConn
Finally the incredibly long off season is over, and Team 134 is ready to take the field. While many have been saying the 2014 season will be the one where Brady Hoke has a full compliment of "his" players and will finally be removed from the speed bump known as the Rich Rod era, this . . . → Read More: Central Michigan Game Prediction
With the 2012 season wrapping up this weekend, it’s time to take a way too early look at the 2013 projected depth chart for the Wolverines with some analysis. Note: The only incoming freshmen that I will include in the depth chart are Shane Morris and Jake Butt.
QB: 1. Devin Gardner – Senior
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The wide receiver position may be perceived as a weakness on the offensive side of the ball. However, I’ll convince you that this unit may be as strong as it has been in recent years. First, let’s take a look at the projected depth chart. This assumes that we’ll be lining up in . . . → Read More: 2012 Michigan Football Wide Receiver Preview
SR. Elliott Mealer
RS. Soph. Joey Burzynski
FR. Kyle Kalis
Micheal Schofield’s move to right tackle left a giant hole at LG. The good news is that whoever fills the position will be teamed with Michigan’s best offensive lineman Taylor Lewan. The bad news, the coaches are choosing between a career backup, a . . . → Read More: Top 5 Fall Position Battles
Around midnight last night, full-on delirium took hold of me as I tried to process the day’s events. In succession, Michigan lost to Ohio in basketball, Michigan’s last hope for landing a #1 CB chose the rival Buckeyes, and a key interior line prospect committed to Iowa over the Wolverines. Taken in isolation, none of . . . → Read More: Masters of the Blitzkrieg, Losers of the War
The 2012 Michigan recruiting class has 24 commits and the magic number now seems to be 28.
Running Back – The recent commitment of Drake Johnson will not effect Bri’onte Dunn’s recruitment.
Bri’onte Dunn. Visited UM’s BBQ a few months back and enjoyed his time. To my knowledge a return official visit has not been . . . → Read More: The Blueprint to Filling Out the 2012 Class Part 3
I will no longer predict a lull in recruiting as long as Brady Hoke is the coach of this team. Anthony Standifer made it up to AA on Wednesday for a visit and made a surprise commitment to the Wolverines. Standifer was a bit of a sleeper up until a few weeks ago when Michigan . . . → Read More: Michigan Recruiting Update (6/3/2011)