Months after his commitment rap on ESPN, Jabrill Peppers took the first steps on National Signing Day to his fulfilling his vision walking out of Michigan Stadium’s tunnel donning the iconic winged helmet.
The Michigan football team had a disappointing season in 2013 to say the least. Now that the season is over, fans are looking towards the future with interest shifting to the 2014 recruiting class.
The first leap into the 2014 football season is in the books. On Wednesday, the Michigan Wolverines football team rounded out its twelfth-ranked recruiting class after nine players in the class of 2014 signed their National Letters of Intent.
It is a new year and a new era for the Michigan Wolverine football team. On January 8, the Wolverines fired offensive coordinated Al Borges late in the evening and quickly signed Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, 43, within hours.
When the Michigan football team walked into the Junge Champions Center on a steamy Sunday morning last August, smiles glistened from ear to ear. Everything regarding the 2013 season seemed as bright as the sun beaming through the glass.
Shane Morris came to Ann Arbor this summer on a mission. The incoming freshman wasn’t looking to redshirt, an expected route for the young player.
On a cold, January night, Taylor Lewan stood inside Michigan’s Junge Family Champions Center, his hulking, six-foot-eight frame towering over a podium.
The Wolverines accepted an invitation Sunday evening to play in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl against the Wildcats. The game, played December 28 at 10:15 ET at Sun Devils Stadium, will mark the first time the Wolverines have played in Arizona since the 1986 Fiesta Bowl.
Walking to the Crisler Center, you could feel it. Anybody could. The two feelings were spread throughout the air like humidity on a steamy summer’s day.
Devin Gardner, battered and bruised from a season of hardships, limped to the line of scrimmage for one last stand. With 30 seconds remaining, Michigan, the two-touchdown underdog, was within one point of heavily favored Ohio State in The Game.
Four months ago, The Game looked to have BCS and Big Ten title implications on the line. Now, Michigan’s game this Saturday against No. 3 Ohio State features a tale of two opposite teams.
Forget a Big Ten championship. The Michigan Wolverines coughed up any dreams of that starting in Happy Valley.
Forget the team’s goal of 10 wins that followed. That’s gone up in flames, too.