We all know that Eminem loves his hometown state of Michigan. The well-known rap artist joined Kirk Herbstreit and Brent Musburger in the booth during halftime of Saturday night’s Notre Dame-Michigan game. In fact, he let his secret out via Twitter midway through the first half.
It’s no secret, Michigan Stadium looks great under the lights. Unfortunately, we rarely see it that way. The Wolverines are hosting Notre Dame on Saturday under the lights for the second time in a row in this series, and the pictures are quite pretty. Check out our USA TODAY Sports gallery in this post.
Ever see a quarterback wear No. 98? No, of course, you haven’t. Until now, that is. Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner rocked the number typically reserved for defensive lineman vs. Notre Dame on Saturday night, and he will do so for the rest of his career. Gardner, who used to wear No. 12, will wear No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon, Michigan’s first Heisman Trophy winner.
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Brady Hoke has been known to make a few bold statements from time-to-time, but the Wolverines’ head coach may have topped them all during a radio interview on the “Dan Patrick Show,” early Friday morning.
The upcoming Michigan-Notre Dame game has dominated headlines throughout the college football world this week. Leading up to the big game, #BTNLive had former Michigan standout Ty Law on the show Thursday. The guys asked the five-time Pro Bowler why this rivalry means so much to these two schools.
This isn’t a Saturday filled with scintillating matchups, but it’s saved by the marquee Notre Dame at Michigan game. One problem: There are three games vs. FCS foes: Indiana State at Purdue; Tennessee Tech at Wisconsin; Missouri State at Iowa. And Penn State plays host to Eastern Michigan, which is like a FCS school. Also, South Florida (which is at Michigan State) and San Diego State (at Ohio State) are horrible.