For all the flak Michigan has taken this season, the team is still 7-3, and head coach Brady Hoke said the Wolverines are a pretty good team.
If you believe Sports Illustrated’s Stewart Mandel, Michigan State will finally get to a BCS game this season and they don’t have to win the Big 10 to do it.
Greg Skrepenak was one of the best offensive lineman in Michigan history.
In its first road test of the season, Michigan’s youth showed up in a glaring way.
Melvin Ejim scored 22 points and Iowa State beat No. 7 Michigan 77-70 Sunday, spoiling Wolverines star Mitch McGary’s season debut.
Devin Gardner scored on a 5-yard run to lift Michigan to a 27-19 triple-overtime victory over Northwestern on Saturday after the Wolverines’ Brendan Gibbons tied it with a 44-yard field goal at the end of regulation.
The Wildcats host the Wolverines on Saturday in a matchup between struggling teams that were aiming high not too long ago.
“You get those things because people love Michigan,” Hoke said. “The one thing is how do you have time in the day to write something like that?”
SI ranks the Spartans third in the country and the Wolverines seventh. The teams face off Jan. 25 and Feb. 23.
Michigan’s offensive line and its offensive coordinator has been raked over the coals the last few weeks and with good reason.