An Unscripted Season: Michigan Football 2016

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We all know what happened on Saturday in Columbus. We all know Jim Harbaugh was “bitterly disappointed” at the officiating in the game. We all know Michigan needs a lot of help to sneak into the College Football Playoff. We know it wasn’t supposed to end like this. 2016 was supposed to be the year Harbaugh and the boys changed the game. “The Revenge Tour” […]

9-1 But They Aren’t Done: A Pump Up Column To The Team

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Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. 1:08 a.m. Saturday Night Live just ended, and I am beat. It’s been a long afternoon, and night, of college football, and my life in general. My headache is beginning to decay as the night slowly dies down and I begin to gather my thoughts on Michigan’s 14-13 loss at Iowa, a place the Wolverines still haven’t won at since 2005. […]

Thoughts During Michigan’s Bye Week

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Von Lozon, Assistant Manager for TBHR, can’t help but share some thoughts during Michigan’s bye week. A weekend without UM football is a sad one to say the least, so he has some things on his mind that can’t be left unsaid.  After a 78-0 blowout at Rutgers last Saturday, things are looking reaaaal good for Jim Harbaugh and Co. ESPN should have put out […]

Michigan’s No. 3 Ranking In Preseason Poll Means Nothing

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The 2015 AP preseason poll saw Ohio State, TCU and Alabama as the top three teams in the country. Alabama, who was No. 3 in that poll, eventually won the College Football Playoff against Clemson, who was ranked at No. 12 in the preseason poll. This year, Michigan is ranked No. 3 in AP’s preseason poll, and why they are ranked that high is beyond […]

Jim Harbaugh: Innovator or Mad Man?

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From climbing trees to sleeping over high school football players’ houses, Michigan football Head Coach Jim Harbaugh has proven time and time again that he will go to the end of the world to get whatever he wants.

Takeaways From “The Game”

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On a perfect day for football in late November, “The Game” was ready to be played. #8 Ohio State vs. #10 Michigan. This was the most hyped up game between the two schools since 2006. But the hype wasn’t because they were both ranked. It wasn’t because it could’ve determined who won the Big 10 East. It wasn’t because of the comments made by Ezekiel […]

Thoughts During Michigan’s Bye Week

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“Tough loss.” “Unbelievable.” “Heartbreaking.” “Defeat.” These words have been ringing through my head for a week now after the loss to Michigan State. As I sat in my apartment and watched the last play, I was speechless for several minutes. My heartbeat increased and my stomach tightened with every given replay I had to endure as I prepared for the LSU and Florida game to […]

Michigan Opponent Players to Watch: Minnesota

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The Minnesota Golden Gophers have finished with a winning record the past two seasons, after finishing 2012 under .500. Head coach Jerry Kill seems to finally have somewhat of a grip on the program after finishing tied for 2nd place in the Big Ten West last season and being invited to play in the Citrus Bowl against Missouri.

Michigan Opponent Players to Watch: Utah

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There’s no question that Michigan‘s first game of the season is going to be very hyped up. In fact, it is already pretty hyped up in not just the community but the nation as a whole. Jim Harbaugh’s first game as head coach of the Michigan Wolverines is a Thursday night game at Utah on national TV. It doesn’t get much more exciting than that […]