DETROIT (WWJ) He comes from a football-playing tradition so it’s no surprise to see Jack Wangler in the maize and blue uniform.

Wangler, No. 16, is a wide receiver who came from De La Salle. Wangler is the second in his family to play football for U of M, but he’s not the last. His dad John Wangler was a star quarterback and brother Jared hopes to join the team next year.

“I didn’t know what to expect like the first time I ran into the tunnel was just surreal, just like being part of the whole team, the camaraderie of the team, it’s something you can’t really explain or define,” he said.

So what are his predictions on the big game against Notre Dame in the Big House this Saturday? He doesn’t really have one.

“The team’s been working hard all week, we’ve been going over scouting reports, going over film and just ultimately working hard to be able to prepare for Notre Dame,” he said. “I think it’s going to be a great atmosphere, it’s going to be wonderful, the student section is going to be ridiculous, they’ve been supporting us all week.”


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