After Michigan’s defensive line dominated Saturday’s open scrimmage, head coach Brady Hoke said the team is looking for someone to separate from the others. Hoke mentioned Clark, who’s become a conference force but has dealt with inconsistency.
There are a lot of new and exhilarating things coming to the University of Michigan-Dearborn volleyball team for the 2014 season. A new head coach and a very young team make this upcoming season one to look forward to.
The Wolverines are going through some changes that start at the very top. First-year head coach Matt Quirk has been busy all summer getting his team in top shape for the start of the season on Aug. 16.
The name Jabrill Peppers has been uttered in the same breath as Charles Woodson since the day he decided to commit to the Michigan Wolverines. Whether or not he may actually live up to that comparison has yet to be determined. But there is one thing that is a fact: the hype is real.
For those in attendance during Michigan’s open scrimmage Saturday, memories of an inept running game from 2013 flashed in Doug Nussmeier’s public fall debut as the team’s offensive coordinator.
De’Veon Smith knows toughness. Being in a family with talented football players, it’s a trait Michigan’s sophomore running back needed to learn quickly at a young age.
Michigan had a strong special team’s season in 2013. The Wolverines will need to replace placekicker Brenden Gibbons, who made 141 consecutive PAT attempts. But the Wolverines are loaded with grade-A talent, and look to build on a historical season.
Michigan hosted its annual football media day on Aug. 10. Below is a photo gallery comprised of shots taken by Photo Editor Rebecca Gallagher.
Cole turned heads in Michigan’s spring practice as an early enrollee. He’s doing the same thing in fall practice as a true freshman.
On Friday, Michigan unveiled an all-blue alternate uniform for the third night game in Michigan Stadium history, the first look predominated by blue in the team’s 135-year history.