Good Morning, Go Blue: Week 4

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Our “Good Morning, Go Blue” Saturday morning feature is going to hook you up with all the coverage we’ve done throughout the week here, as well as give you Twitter handles to keep in mind on game days, some notable news (from TBHR and Michigan) and maybe even some fun facts.

Our coverage this week:

Did you know Utah has won its first two games by a combined score of 115-41? The Utes have yet to score less than 56 points in a contest, making this offensive attack one of the most efficient and explosive in the country so far.

Michigan does not a very extensive series history with Utah, and it only dates back to 2002. Both teams have taken a 3-point win, with Utah nabbing the last one in 2008—that was Rich Rodriguez’s first game as the coach of Michigan.

While Utah’s offense is garnering most of the talk for today’s game, that’s not where we’re looking for today’s matchup of the game.

Today’s recruiting visitors list is a very nice one, considering today’s game against Utah is probably the third toughest left on Michigan’s schedule.

Shane Roberts of SBNation’s was kind enough to do a Q&A with TBHR.

And of course, here’s you full game preview.

In Case You Missed It:

Earlier this week Michigan and Texas announced a home-and-home series that will be played in 2024 (Ann Arbor) and 2027 (Austin).

Brady Hoke took to the podium on Wednesday to explain (sort of) why he insists on withholding injury information from the public, and he announced that running back Ty Isaac, who transferred to Michigan from USC over the summer, will not be eligible to play this season.

2016 five-star offensive tackle Tommy Kraemer (Cincinnati, Ohio) was offered by Michigan earlier this week. He says he’ll have to look into the Wolverines a little more.

We asked you what kind of pressure Brady Hoke is feeling to win today’s game. Here’s what you said:

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Tyler Fenwick
Managing Editor at The Big House Report
I am an aspiring journalist studying at IUPUI. I am the third (and youngest) manager of The Big House Report, and it's my responsibility to make sure it runs more smoothly today than it did yesterday.