The Michigan Wolverines will wear new white road jerseys in the 2012 Sugar Bowl against the Virginia Tech Hokies. Check out the pics above and after the jump- this is what you'll see Jan. 3, 2012, at the Superdome in New Orleans. The Sugar Bowl logo is placed above the heart, a blue Block M on the right upper chest. There's also two blue stripes on both sleeves and a blue neck … [Read more...] about Michigan Wolverines Unveil Sugar Bowl Uniforms (Pics)
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If you ever needed any more evidence that Greg Robinson was in fact THE WORST Defensive Coordinator in college football history, look no further than what the Michigan Wolverines defense has done this year. They've only given up 10 whole points in their last three games, and the unit is more opportunistic and turnover-forcing (more on that here) Sure, this unit has their two … [Read more...] about #11 Michigan Wolverines vs. Northwestern Wildcats: Brutally Honest Game Preview
ESPN College Football Game Day will make a return trip to Ann Arbor for the first time since the 2007 season as the Michigan Wolverines host the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the “Under the Lights” matchup kicking off at 8 p.m. EDT and will be televised on ESPN. That's right the first night game in the 133 year history of UM football. Have to quote Kanye West and Rihanna here: … [Read more...] about Notre Dame vs. Michigan: Brutally Honest Game Preview
Detroit Lions DL Ndamukong Suh was fined $20,000 by the NFL Wednesday for a hit on Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton, Suh's third fine of this sort in the past year. He was obviously upset, tweeting before practice: "$20,000REALLY???!!!!!!… #NFL #BIGFAIL" The reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year grabbed the Bengals rookie ginger-haired quarterback after he released the … [Read more...] about Next Ndamukong Suh: Michigan Wolverines Mike Martin? Possibly?
The Michigan Wolverines has been playing this game for 131 seasons. Yep that's a lot of college football; much more than pretty much every program. But this year there's a lot more change in Ann Arbor than usual. A new coach in Brady Hoke, another expansion to Michigan Stadium, making the big house even bigger. And the very first night game in the stadium's history versus Notre … [Read more...] about #26 Michigan Wolverines: College Football 77 in 77