Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says he is fully onboard with renewing the Michigan vs. Notre Dame football series.
Few will ever forget Devin Gardner's act of sportsmanship last Saturday at Ohio State. That includes an Ohio State at Marion employee who sent the Michigan quarterback a letter.
Who will start at quarterback today for Michigan? See that answer inside!
All eyes are on the Michigan quarterback situation. Will it be Devin Gardner or Shane Morris, as the Wolverines seek to spark a listless offense? The answer: stay tuned. Get Tom Dienhart’s latest Big Ten coverage: That was the message delivered today by Brady Hoke, who will continue to evaluate the signal-callers this week in practice as Michigan preps to play Minnesota for the Little Brown Jug this Saturday in the Big House. “We’ll probably end up later in the week (making a decision on who will start),” said Hoke. “We want to make sure we’re right.” A quarterback change
Give Devin Gardner time in the pocket, and the Michigan quarterback can hurt opponents with his arm or legs. We’ve seen Gardner compile eye-popping stat lines – Notre Dame and Indiana ring a bell? – but poor line play led to an inconsistent and turnover-prone 2013 season. The Wolverines ranked 105th in sacks allowed (2.77 per game), 113th in yards per rush (3.3) and 121st in tackles for a loss allowed (8.77 per game). Get our latest football tour coverage: Well, Gardner has some good news for Michigan fans. “I’ve only been sacked, like, twice since camp started,” Gardner said,
Quick! Who is the Big Ten’s returning passing yards leader? Chances are, you’re thinking it’s Christian Hackenberg or Nate Sudfeld, right? Nope, it’s Devin Gardner (2,960 yards). Who will find his name on top of the passing yards list at season’s end? See Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s predictions in this post. PASSING YARDS 2013 leader: Nathan Scheelhaase, Illinois – 3,272 2014 returning leader: Devin Gardner, Michigan – 2,960 Tom Dienhart: Nate Sudfeld, Indiana. He wasn’t the full-time starter last season but still threw for 2,523 yards. Look for the big Californian to push well past 4,000 yards
The Big Ten is set to return a ton of talent at quarterback, but the same can’t be said at wide receiver. With names like Jared Abbrederis, Corey Brown, Quincy Enunwa, Jeremy Gallon, Cody Latimer and Allen Robinson all off to the NFL, there will be plenty of new names atop the receiving leader list. This got me thinking about the top quarterback-receiver duos in the Big Ten. Here’s my top-10 list. * I made it a point to not list the same quarterback more than once. [ MORE: Terps top Big Ten pass catcher rankings ] 1. Braxton Miller
The Badgers took care of business last night. Now, Michigan and Michigan State take center stage in the Sweet 16. The Wolverines battle No. 11 Tennessee, while the Spartans take on No. 1 Virginia. Michigan has a tough task playing the Vols, who are outplaying that No. 11 seed. This is a hot team, going 8-1 since Feb. 26. The X-factor for Michigan? Oh, that’s easy: It’s Glenn Robinson III, who is playing against one of his dad’s best buddies in Zo Martin. In the MSU game, watch the clash between Keith Appling and London Perrantes. This could be the
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner has been officially ruled out when the Wolverines take on Kansas State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on Saturday. CBSSports.com’s Bruce Feldman reported today Gardner broke his foot early on in the third quarter of the Ohio State game. Devin Gardner broke his left foot on the 2nd drive of 3rd Q of #OhioState game, per source. Tried to battle thru it for #Michigan that day. — Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 26, 2013 With Gardner out, true freshman Shane Morris will start at quarterback for the Wolverines. Morris has appeared in only four games this
No doubt, Michigan’s Jeremy Gallon and Devin Gardner work well together. They’re best friends, they’re a lethal quarterback-receiver tandem, and they’re not afraid to belt out a few tunes. Gallon, the reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, and Gardner showed off their pipes on #BTNLive Tuesday night. Watch the full interview above and see the singing clip in this post. VIDEO: Can @umichfootball's Jeremy Gallon and Devin Gardner sing? You decide! #orvillemoment WATCH – http://t.co/xucu5n5ZZ6 — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 23, 2013 And watch every catch from Gallon’s record-setting Week 8 performance: VIDEO: 14 receptions. Big Ten-record