Brady Hoke and his staff are big believers in the notion that a successful program starts with having good players up front in the trenches. While mostly unproven to this point, Michigan could boast one of the meaner offensive lines in the Big Ten. Continue reading “Team 134 Preview: Offensive Line”
In this next installment, we take a look at another position group that will help the Wolverines out tremendously in the passing game, the tight ends. Continue reading “Team 134 Preview: Tight Ends”
Here are the rankings of Michigan’s 27 football recruits.
Along with the rankings, each player of the 2013 class is compared to a past Michigan player and a 2013 season prediction is given. Continue reading “Team 134: Freshman Previews and Predictions”
Vacation time is over. Time to get back to work and pick up where we left off in our Team 134 Preview series. This time around, we take a look at a very underrated group of players on this roster: the wide receiver corps. Continue reading “Team 134 Preview: Wide Receivers”
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”
It’s hard to believe, but the 2013 Michigan football season is just around the corner, and expectations for Brady Hoke’s program are as high as they have been since his arrival prior to the 2011 season. This is a team that has Big Ten Championship aspirations, and perhaps more. The biggest factor in if that happens or not, though, is dependent on the play they get from the quarterback position. Continue reading “Team 134 Preview: Quarterbacks”