The fame, money and competition are some of the elements that elevate the National Football League over college football. That’s why many NFL “experts” are flabbergasted at even the slightest possibility that San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh would leave the NFL to go back to the college level to coach the Michigan Wolverines.
The wheels may be turning in Ann Arbor. Per CBS reporter Joe Pequeno out of KPHO in Phoenix, Ariz., Michigan has made its offer to Jim Harbaugh.
Michigan linebacker Michael Ferns has announced that he will transfer to West Virginia
If you settle for jump shots against the Arizona Wildcats, you will have a hard time finding a way to win. This is exactly what the Michigan Wolverines did as they got blasted by the Wildcats 80-53 in Tucson, AZ. Michigan shot 35% from the floor, and a pathetic 26% from behind the ark. Caris LeVert struggled mightily as he only scored eight on the night. Zak Irvin shot poorly, until finally getting a couple to drop in the second half.
Today will be an interesting day in Tucson to say the least. Michigan travels to Arizona for a matchup against the Arizona Wildcats.
Zach Robertson is an offensive lineman prospect who the Michigan Wolverines need to add to what is a very small 2015 recruiting class. Needless to say, he would be a great addition to the class. The 6-foot-5, 328-pound guard is a man when it comes to run blocking. He finishes blocks and he does it with intent. Simply put, this dude is a beast. His run blocking is what all Michigan fans want in the offensive line.