When in Rome: Wolverines heading overseas for spring practice

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Jim Harbaugh is full of excellent ideas that continue to stun the college football nation. Remember when Jim Harbaugh took his team down to IMG Academy in Florida and everybody freaked out? Well, Harbaugh and Co. came up with a new plan: travel to Italy. According to MGoBlue.com, the Wolverines are headed to Rome for a “week of education and spring drills.” Outside of the three […]

The Pros and Cons of Losing Jabrill Peppers to the NFL

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“Mr. Everything” is heading to the NFL, leaving behind a short, yet meaningful legacy at the University of Michigan. To clarify, there aren’t really many “pros” to losing a dynamic player like Jabrill Peppers, but there are definitely going to be some differences now that he will not be on the field for the Wolverines.   PROS: Roster turnover will create competition, and the staff may […]

Four Takeaways from Jim Harbaugh’s Second Season at Michigan

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Year two is in the books for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan. What’s his next step as the head honcho for the Wolverines? 10 wins, 3 losses. In back-to-back seasons, the Michigan Wolverines finished the season 10-3. In year one, the record was celebrated. Michigan lost early to Utah on the road, watched Michigan State do the improbable and got beat down by Ohio State in the second […]

Orange Bowl Loss Hurts, but Future Still Extremely Bright for Wolverines

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Michigan football thought it had done it. After trailing for 58 minutes and having no answer for Florida State’s defensive front, the Wolverine offense came back from the dead and took its first lead with 1:55 remaining. Unfortunately, a short kickoff led to a huge return for Florida State and the Seminole offense won the game on a touchdown pass with 32 seconds left to […]

Jim Harbaugh Confirms He’s Staying at Michigan

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Rest easy, folks. Jim Harbaugh is staying at Michigan. In fact, Harbaugh might even finish his career with the Wolverines. Why? Well, the bond between Harbaugh and the University of Michigan might be unbreakable. Listen to Devine Intervention for more:

How the B1G Championship could affect Michigan’s CFB Playoff dreams

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In terms of rankings, Michigan is exactly where we thought they’d be following a loss to Ohio State—but why do some seem to think Michigan has no chance to make it in to the CFB Playoffs? Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine discuss this weekend’s Big Ten Championship game, and whether or not it will have an impact on Michigan’s playoff hopes. Also, you won’t […]

Harbaugh’s Heroes: Week Thirteen

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The Michigan Wolverines dropped to 10-2 (7-2 Big Ten) with a 30-27 2OT loss to Ohio State (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon. This game was gold from start to finish. It featured two of the nations top offenses, as well as two top defenses. Ohio State had the opportunity to put points on the board first, but senior kicker, Tyler Durbin missed a […]

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” […]

What does Michigan have to do to win The Game?

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No. 2 vs. No 3. Urban Meyer vs. Jim Harbaugh. Michigan vs. Ohio State. The storyline couldn’t be any bigger for The Game. With playoff implications on the line, Michigan will have to throw everything it can at Ohio State in order to beat the Buckeyes in Columbus. Listen to Tyler Fenwick and I talk about our earliest memories of The Game, and what it means […]

Post-game, post-mortem: Indiana, THE SHRUG EDITION

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I went to Michigan for undergrad but am from Wisconsin, so every drive home from school was a six-hour slog through four states and Chicago traffic. Indiana was always the most boring stretch. I’d drive through Gary and around nondescript suburbs before hitting the bridge into Chicago and feeling happy that I’d made it to the final stretch, that last few hundred miles before the oasis […]