The 5th Edition of the Michigan End Around

Desmond Howard recently did an interview with the Orlando Sentinel and talked about his new book:

“It was comfortable. It’s not your typical book. What it is is a book that’s filled with a lot of pictures and stories about my career at Michigan and some of my childhood and some of my post career too. But the main focus is my career at Michigan. It’s called, ‘I Wore 21.’ It’s coming out September 10, the same day Michigan plays Notre Dame. So it’s a lot of coaches, former players and opponents as well as friends I grew up with along with people from all walks of life … to be honest with you, there are some people who told some stories about me in that book that are going to really surprise some people. … Some never seen photos from myself and my family and some of my friends. It talks about how I became the person that I did at the University of Michigan.”

ESPN’s College Gameday will air at Ingalls Mall from nine to noon on September 10th before the Notre Dame game.

Dhani Jones’ new show “LiveBig” will premiere on the Big Ten Network on October 3rd.

Dylan, UMHoops.com, previews his basketball players poised to breakout this season.

On his day with the Stanley Cup, Boston Bruin’s Steve Kampfer brought it home to Yost Ice Arena.

A New Highlight Video has recently been released highlighting Carlton Brundidge senior year playoff highlights:

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WERegIFtWq0[/tube]

As everyone already knows by know David Brandon scheduled Michigan to play Appalachian State to open the 2014 season.

In other news Brady Hoke confirmed that there will no longer be a Victor’s Walk prior to home games.

Last week incoming Michigan point guard Trey Burke went back to his hometown and played some pick-up basketball:

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwZ_CwVCLkY[/tube]

Austin Hatch seems to be recovering well from the horrible tragedy that befell his family.

2012 Commit Anthony Standifer was praised by a Chicago Paper:

Picked off nine passes a season ago. Michigan recruit is an absolute game-changer in the secondary.