The 2014 class picked up two commitments Saturday morning in wide receiver Freddy Canteen and cornerback Brandon Watson, both from Eastern Christian Academy in Elkton, Maryland. Continue reading “Freddy Canteen, Brandon Watson Commit to Michigan”
Here we are, the end of June. Right smack dab in the middle of summer, which represents a time of fun-in-the-sun for most civilians. For us die-hard sports fans, however, we are suffocating from a lack of sports related news. You can only watch diving catches in the out field on Sports Center so many times before figuring out the best way to gouge your eyes out (I’m a Tigers fan, but boy are these months long). With the lack in news, the next big thing to look forward to after the NBA Draft is The Opening, a Nike Sponsored, invite only football camp for the nations top prospects. Not only will one Michigan commit (Ian Bunting) and several targets (Touch The Banner) be in attendance, but one very important recruit will be making his decision during the event. That player, if you couldn’t already tell, is FL WR Artavis Scott. Continue reading “Artavis Scott and the 2014 WR Picture”
Jamarco Jones, one of 2014’s top offensive tackle targets, announced Thursday afternoon that he has committed to Ohio State. Michigan and Michigan State were also in the running for his services.
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Michigan has picked up their first two commits for the 2015 class in less than 24 hours. Continue reading “Jon Runyan Jr. Commits to Michigan”
Let’s take a trip down memory lane for a moment, shall we? The year is 2007 and the Michigan Wolverines are ranked number 5 nationally and are about to take on a FCS school few have heard of, Appalachian State. September 1, 2007 rolls around and the Big House is rocking as this current Michigan team has high hopes from their school and fan base. The Wolverines were supposed to completely obliterate the Mountaineers, and jump-start their journey to a national title. Only one problem, someone forgot to tell App.State quarterback Armanti Edwards. Edwards was running a circus on the Wolverines in their own house, and had Michigan faithful completely unsure of what to expect next, and what was next is something no one could ever predict.
Continue reading “The Future of Michigan Football”
This episode of Head to Head Battles takes a look at the linebacker picture of two potential commits in Jimmie Swain and Noah Furbush. Darrion Owens is also a real possibility to fill the third linebacker position, but he was just recently profiled here. Dwight Williams is another name in the mix, but appears to be more of a middle linebacker as opposed to Jimmie and Noah. This version of Head to Head Battles will look similar to the last one with several categories that each have a winner, with an overall winner selected at the end. If you want to leave any tips or critiques on this newly introduced piece, feel free to address the message board or Twitter at @nickBBR. Continue reading “Head to Head Battles: Jimmie Swain v. Noah Furbush”
Michigan’s stable of running backs could be the deepest it has ever been going in to this season, and it’s pretty much a wide open race right now going in to camp for who will see the most carries. Whoever it ends up being, the rushing attack should be a major strength for the Wolverine offense in the 2013 season.
Continue reading “Team 134 Preview: Running Backs and Fullbacks”