Q&A With Indiana Football Blogger Kyle Swick

This Saturday, Michigan will host Indiana in Ann Arbor for its fifth conference game of the season. TBHR asked Hoosiers blogger Kyle Swick of SB Nation’s The Crimson Quarry about what Indiana has been looking like this season and what we can expect to see on Saturday afternoon at the Big House.

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Michigan Has To Put Pressure On Young Hoosiers QB

Indiana Hoosiers quarterback Nate Sudfeld is out for the season with a separated left (non-throwing) shoulder, and a team that once had three quarterbacks with starting experience now has to rely on true freshman Zander Diamont for the second week in a row. The Hoosiers looked severely handicapped on offense two weeks ago against Michigan State, and now Michigan‘s defense has to make sure it’s applying all the pressure it possibly can on the young Diamont.

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Dave Brandon’s Uncovered E-Mail Conversations Are Troubling, Not Surprising

As a fan base, we owe an incredibly large “thank you” to MGoBlog’s Ace Anbender for going in-depth with reports of fans having some—um—unusual conversations with Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon. Comments from Brandon include, “I suggest you find a new team” to “Thank you very much…incredible insight!” Though out of the ordinary for a “professional,” these uncovered emails are not in the least bit surprising.

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Around The Big Ten: Weekend Football Recap

In case you were too busy to see any Big Ten football this weekend, here are your scores and notable stats. This week’s action gave us blowouts, a historic rivalry and a double overtime thriller. Indiana, Iowa, Northwestern and Purdue were on bye weeks.

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Brady Hoke Publicly Apologizes To Michigan State, Mark Dantonio

Michigan football head coach Brady Hoke has released a statement saying he has apologized to Michigan State head coach Mark Danotnio for a display of “poor sportsmanship” prior to the game on Saturday.

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Devin Gardner Performing Miserably In His Forced Role

As frustrating as it often is to watch Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner, you can’t help but wonder what he and this team could be doing if he was let loose and allowed to do what he does best. I feel like this is something I need to say at least once a week, but Gardner was never supposed to play in this system; he was recruited by Rich Rodriguez to run the spread offense. So while he continues to look bad, let’s not forget that the potential is right there, he just isn’t allowed to use it.

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