Can't leave Big Ten football alone the game needs me. Notorious B.I.G. once said that he raps about the ghetto because that's what he knows. And..."if I worked at McDonald's, I'd be rapping about Big Macs and fries." You write and talk what you know and live. And I know Big Ten football. We're still a ways away from Big Ten football media days. Well, less than two weeks now. … [Read more...] about 2013 Big Ten Football Power Rankings: Hip Hop MCs Edition
Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license but still remains eligible to play in U-M's inevitable Outback Bowl loss to South Carolina. He paid a fine and faces no additional punishment from the university. The Wolverines suspended three players from this game earlier this week including their punter, who got the Big Ten … [Read more...] about Single threat QB Denard Robinson pleads guilty to driving on a suspended license
At this point, the 2012 Big Ten football season is shaping up to be what many thought it would be. Wisconsin will, barring a total meltdown, be the Leaders division representative in the Big Ten championship game, and Michigan is in control of their own destiny in the Legends division. With their 12-10 win over Michigan State last Saturday, the Wolverines are the only team in … [Read more...] about Michigan Alone Atop Legends Division: How They Can Stay There
After a receiving a thorough beat down from Alabama last week, Michigan is looking to get back to their winning ways this Saturday against Air Force. A home opener against a weak opponent is the perfect hangover remedy for a team coming off a tough loss. With Fitzgerald Toussaint off of suspension and Denard Robinson’s poor play against Alabama, don’t expect the Wolverines to … [Read more...] about Michigan Looks to Bounce Back After Bama
Welcome to The Sports Bank 77 in 77. We’re previewing one team a day everyday as the college football season approaches. And we’re doing it in rapid fire sequence. Today, the Michigan Wolverines. … [Read more...] about #7 Michigan Wolverines: College Football 77 in 77
With Brady Hoke’s incredibly successful first season at Michigan, the question, now, is whether the Wolverines will continue on their road to success as a nationally prominent team or if they will slipup in 2012. The answer to that question lies to a great extent in the hands of Denard Robinson. The Heisman candidate has, without question, the ability to lead the Wolverines … [Read more...] about Was last season a fluke for Brady Hoke and Michigan?
In both the present and the future these two teams matter much for Big Ten. The loser between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Michigan Wolverines is officially eliminated from the conference title. The winner stands as the #2 should Sparty falter down the stretch, and would grab the trip to Indianapolis in place of Michigan State. That's the short term. In the long run, … [Read more...] about #16 Nebraska vs. #18 Michigan: Brutally Honest Game Preview
"They're radioactive," a bowl official told Herb Gould of the Chicago Sun-Times yesterday. "[Bowls] wanted Joe Paterno 's last game, not a nightmare." The Nittany Lions finish the season at Ohio State and Wisconsin. The OSU game looks like a toss-up, and the Badgers will likely destroy them. That season ending tilt is looking like it'll be the Leaders division championship … [Read more...] about Penn State is “Radioactive” to Bowl Selection Committees; Big 10 Bowl Projections