Eddie McDoom will be the spark plug for Michigan’s offense

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Michigan needs an answer at wide receiver, and Eddie McDoom could provide a major spark. Is McDoom going to be the No. 1 option? Probably not, but he could be killer from the slot. Of course, he will also help the running game as he often did last year. No matter what his role is on offense, it needs to be a big one. Hosts […]

Maurice Hurst has an appetite for defensive production

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There are big opportunities for playmakers on the defensive side of the ball. Maurice Hurst has returned for his final season at Michigan and is looking to do some major damage on opposing offensive lines. Join the Go Blue Crew as hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine talk about the impact Hurst will have for Wolverines this season.

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Tyrone Wheatley Jr. looks to replace Jake Butt’s production in 2017

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The future is now for Tyrone Wheatley Jr. Michigan will look to replace a big chunk of the roster now that 19 of its top players from 2016 will be on NFL teams this fall. One of the biggest jobs to replace? Jake Butt’s tight end gig. Hosts Derek Devine and Tyler Fenwick talk about the impact Tyrone Wheatley Jr. could have for the Wolverines this […]

Mike McCray is ready to lead the Wolverines on defense

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Michigan only has one returning starter on defense, which could provide a difficult task for the Wolverines this season. If the talented young guys want to step up big in 2017, it’s going to happen under Mike McCray’s leadership. Join as Derek Devine and Tyler Fenwick discuss the impact that McCray will have for the Wolverines this fall.

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Chris Evans is poised to be Michigan’s lead back this season

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Is Chris Evans ready to carry the majority of the load for Michigan this fall? Listen to what Derek Devine and Tyler Fenwick have to say about the sophomore tailback.   Also, take a look at some of his freshman highlights below:

Michigan Baseball: No. 17 Wolverines look to finish strong

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Baseball is a funny sport. Day to day, you never know what will happen. But for the Wolverines there has been one constant this season: winning. For Michigan Baseball to finish strong, they need to keep pace. The bats have cooled Since we last left you, Michigan had already tallied 30 wins and were on a hot streak. The Maize and Blue have cooled off just […]

#HAILROMA: Harbaugh’s Rome experience proves he’s winning again

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Jim Harbaugh and his Michigan football program are on a week-long educational football trip in Rome, providing life-experiences for all parties involved. It’s a tremendously smart move for Harbaugh and Co., and it’s creating a positive buzz around a program that is already often in the national spotlight. Is a trip like this a recruiting advantage? Sure. But this trip was honestly created to give student-athletes […]

Michigan Baseball reaches 30 wins on the season

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Well, it’s that time of year again. Basketball has just finished up its season and Jim Harbaugh’s spring game has passed, so fans are left searching for fresh content. That’s exactly what I have for you. Fresh content. There is no need to look any further than the diamond, where Michigan Baseball amidst the middle of the season. The boys in the maize and blue are […]

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Takeaways from Michigan’s Spring Game

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Michigan’s Spring Game is always a tease, especially when fans are waiting to see which fresh faces will fill major roles on the Wolverines’ roster this fall.  Instant takeaway? Jim Harbaugh likes to keep the Spring Game competitive, and he knows how to keep the fanbase engaged. While we may still have a number of questions about the 2017 roster, many guys stepped up proving […]

Opinion: John Beilein has created a routine that fits with College Basketball today

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In today’s day and age, slowing down and letting things come to you isn’t exactly the status quo. Getting an opportunity and jumping to it as quickly as possible, even if you may not be entirely ready, is something we are told to do because you never know when that chance will come again. This is reality for D.J. Wilson and Moritz Wagner. The starting front […]