University Of Michigan President Says There Will Be No Football In The Fall If Students Can’t Return To Campus

There will be no football this fall at the University of Michigan if students are unable to return to campus, a statement from the university’s president that could put the college football season in peril, stated. UM President Mark Schlissel said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that there will be no intercollegiate […]

Nebraska Football Looking To Take Will Johnson From Michigan’s Back Yard

The Nebraska football team has been going toe-to-toe with its Big Ten rivals over the last few days on the recruiting front. Will Johnson, a cornerback from Gross Pointe, Michigan announced he got an official offer from the Huskers through his Twitter account. The Cornhuskers are the 19th team to come calling and it shows […]

NCAA Rankings 2018: The New College Football Playoff Revealed With One Week To Go In Regular Season

Tuesday night brought forth the new set of College Football Playoff rankings for late 2018, and there are many things that teams have to be thankful for as Thanksgiving approaches. There is just one week left in the regular season and the top four appear to be almost cemented in, but nothing is locked in […]

NCAA Rankings 2018: New Teams Enter Top 25 Of AP And Coaches Polls, Race Heating Up For Playoffs

There is just one week left to go in the 2018 regular season of the NCAA football season and things may appear locked in place, but anything can happen. It is certainly true that every single game matters and the final weekend could very well change the entire landscape of the College Football Playoff. For […]

NCAA Rankings 2018: Week 2 Of The College Football Playoff Reveal New Look Top Four

On Sunday, the new Coaches and Associated Press top 25 polls were both released and saw a lot of changes with 10 ranked teams losing over the weekend. With those NCAA football rankings coming out, it was only a matter of time until the CFP poll was updated. On Tuesday night, the brand new College […]

Watch Michigan vs. Villanova 2018 Online: NCAA Championship Live Streaming, TV Time, Channel, & Odds

On Monday night, the March Madness finally ended with the Michigan vs. Villanova live streaming online and televised NCAA Championship Game. These two teams have shown they are the best of the brackets, with one ultimately winning this year’s college basketball title. While the Wolverines have done a lot thanks to their defense, they’ll try […]

Watch Loyola-Chicago Vs. Michigan 2018 Online: Live Streaming, TV Start Time, & Final Four Odds

On Saturday evening, March Madness will erupt as the Final Four starts with Loyola-Chicago vs. Michigan live streaming online and televised coverage. The Ramblers are still considered one of the biggest underdogs in years. However, they’ve continued to prove everyone wrong when being labeled as that. Meanwhile, a Michigan Wolverines program that wasn’t necessarily picked […]

March Madness 2018 Odds: NCAA Final Four Odds For Villanova, Kansas, Loyola, & Michigan

It’s all down to four teams, as the March Madness 2018 odds have been published for the Final Four squads at this year’s NCAA Tournament. This year’s group will play games this coming Saturday in San Antonio, Texas, the site of the Kansas Jayhawks’ previous championship win. Bill Self’s latest Jayhawks team is joined by […]

Watch Michigan Vs. Penn State 2017 Online: Live Streaming, TV Start Time, & Football Game Odds

One of the biggest college football matchups fans will watch on Saturday is the Michigan vs. Penn State game live streaming online and on television. While the Michigan Wolverines were once highly-ranked in the top 25 polls, the mighty have fallen after an upset at the hands of the Michigan State Spartans. Meanwhile, this latest […]

Watch Cincinnati Vs. Michigan Football Online: Live Streaming, TV Start Time, & Latest Game Odds

College football fans will get to watch Cincinnati vs. Michigan football live streaming online and on television as the unranked Bearcats try to upset the No. 8 team in the nation. The Michigan Wolverines will be looking to follow up their opening weekend victory over the No. 17 Florida Gators with a win over a […]

2017 NFL Scouting Combine: Day 6 – Jabrill Peppers, T.J. Watt, And Myles Garrett

With just one day remaining in the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, several young athletes looking to make the jump from college football to the NFL stood out over the weekend, including Jabrill Peppers (Michigan), T.J. Watt (Wisconsin), and Myles Garrett (Texas A&M). With the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, many assume […]

Without Peppers And Butt, Michigan Comes Up Short In Orange Bowl

The Michigan Wolverines missed two of their best players Friday night when they took on the Florida State Seminoles in the Capital One Orange Bowl. Jabrill Peppers and Jake Butt were absent from the game after suffering injuries. Peppers tweaked his hamstring during practice on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Peppers, a junior linebacker, […]

Michigan Wolverines Vs. Florida State Seminoles: Bold Predictions For Capital One Orange Bowl

The Michigan Wolverines were one of the best teams in college football all season long. As a result, there are plenty of folks who thought the Wolverines deserved a spot in the College Football Playoff. Whether you hold that belief or not, Michigan will take on the Florida State Seminoles in the Capital One Orange […]

Michigan Wolverines Vs. Ohio State Buckeyes: Bold Predictions For Week 13 Of 2016 College Football Season

If you are looking for a bigger game than the Michigan Wolverines vs. Ohio State Buckeyes contest, then good luck. This was one of the most intriguing matchups on paper entering the 2016 college football season, and that is still very much the case. One might be wondering what is at stake. Well, other than […]

Top 25 College Football Rankings: Wisconsin, Florida & Western Michigan Rise While Baylor, West Virginia Tumble

The new Top 25 College football rankings for Week 10 have been released, and while the top five positions are still the same as they were last weekend, there has been a lot of movement in several other key spots. According to a CBS Sports report, Week 9 was a tough one for many Top […]

AP College Football Rankings Week 8: Michigan And West Virginia Rise, Ole Miss And Tennessee Fall

The new NCAA College football rankings for Week 8 have been released, and there has been plenty of movement up and down the polls. The Michigan Wolverines had the week off, however, they have moved up one spot to No. 3 in the latest Associated Press college football poll. According to an ESPN report, the […]

Michigan Wolverines: 5 Reasons They Are Serious Championship Contenders

Jim Harbaugh took over the Michigan Wolverines’ head coaching job before last season, and many thought that he would have the program back on track within a few years. He completely shocked the college football nation by putting the Wolverines back on the map in his first year as the head coach. Michigan ended up […]

Michigan Wolverines: Jabrill Peppers Is A Serious Heisman Candidate

The Michigan Wolverines are relevant once again in college football with Jim Harbaugh leading the way. It had been too long since Ann Arbor was filled with the hope of a National Championship appearance, but they are buzzing once again after last season’s impressive run and the hot start to the 2016 season. Looking at […]

‘I’m Finally Healthy’: Jake Long Seeks Redemption

“I’m finally healthy” was the refrain spoken by NFL star Jake Long this week. Long, the former No. 1 overall pick of the Miami Dolphins, is seeking a new team after spending an injury-plagued season with the Atlanta Falcons in 2015. According to ABC News, Long feels he is ready to regain his Pro Bowl […]

NCAA Division-I Football: BYU, Oklahoma State, And TCU Have Toughest Games Of Ranked Teams In Week 4

The Associated Press and USA Today released it’s top 25 coaches rankings recently, and to no one’s surprise, the Ohio State Buckeyes remained on top of each poll. Ohio State also is the top-ranked team in the NCAA College Football Power Rankings after squeaking by Northern Illinois 20-13 on Saturday to improve to 3-0 on […]

Jim Harbaugh’s Sideline Temper Tantrum: Coach Loses It After Roughing The Kicker Call

After witnessing Jim Harbaugh’s sideline temper tantrum during the University of Michigan game against the Oregon State Beavers on Saturday, perhaps someone should remind the Michigan head football coach that it’s only week two of the season. Fansided notes Harbaugh has been known to get angry and show that anger on the sideline, and that […]

Jim Harbaugh Leaves 49ers In Victory, Michigan Job Imminent

Jim Harbaugh coached his final game as head coach of the San Francisco 49ers leading the team to a 20-17 win against the Arizona Cardinals amidst much speculation bordering on certainty that the embattled coach would accept a reported six year, $50 million offer to coach the Michigan Wolverines. Immediately following the game, the 49ers […]

Jim Harbaugh Reportedly Torn Between Michigan Offer And NFL Aspirations Amid Conflicting Reports And Rumors

San Francisco 49er head coach Jim Harbaugh is almost certainly not going to return to the team at the end of the season, regardless of how deep into the playoffs the team reaches — regardless, even, of a possible Super Bowl run. Conflict between Harbaugh and team management has been reported since the former quarterback […]

Michigan Football Returns, But For How Long? Wolverines Beat Hoosiers 34-10

For one glorious Homecoming weekend, Michigan football was back. How long that will last, though. Fox Sports is reporting that Michigan’s offense utilized every opportunity and Michigan’s defense dominated a roughed-up Indiana team, beating the Hoosiers 34-10. It was the 19th straight time the Wolverines have defeated the Hoosiers. Indiana fumbled the ball two times, […]

Notre Dame Football Ends Michigan Rivalry With Statement

Notre Dame versus Michigan. For decades it’s been the first true college football game of the year–usually between two powerhouses–played very early in the season. This wasn’t a “money game.” This wasn’t a “powderpuff” game against an inferior opponent. This was two of college football’s perennial programs meeting, usually with national championship implications on the […]

Prematurely Released Book Celebrates Michigan NCAA Title Win

A book celebrating Michigan’s NCAA title victory has been made available for sale on Amazon. Blue Heaven pays tribute to the 2013 Wolverines team, and comes with the triumphant sub-heading: “The A-Maize-ing Story of the Michigan Wolverines’ Return to Glory – and Their Second NCAA Title!” The only problem? Um, Michigan lost and remain very […]

Michigan Cruises To 78-53 Win Over VCU

The fourth-seeded Michigan Wolverines cruised past fifth-seeded Virginia Commonwealth 78-53 Saturday to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. Freshman Mitch McGary dominated in the paint, finishing with 21 points and 14 rebounds. McGary has come on strong of late, including 13 points and nine rebounds in the Wolverines first round win over South Dakota State. The […]

Michigan Star Tears ACL In Spring Practice

Michigan star Jake Ryan tore his ACL in spring practice on Tuesday night and will be out indefinitely, the NCAA team announced on Wednesday. The junior linebacker was the team’s best defensive playmaker last season and his loss will be a tremendous blow to the Wolverines’ chances of winning their first Big Ten Title since […]

Steve Hutchinson Retires From NFL

Steve Hutchinson announced his retirement on Tuesday following 12 seasons in the National Football League with the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, and Tennessee Titans. The Titans left guard decided to call it quits on his career after failing to recover sufficiently from a knee injury that limited him to 12 games last season. The seven-time […]

Denard Robinson Wins Cover Vote for ‘EA Sports NCAA Football 2014’

Denard Robinson has won the vote to grace the cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 2014. The former Michigan star beat out ex-Texas A&M receiver Ryan Swopes in a tightly-contested race. EA Sports let the fans decide who should appear on the cover of the video game, and more than five million people voted on […]

Ohio State Tops Michigan To Cap Unbeaten Season

Despite not being eligible for a BCS National Title or Big Ten championship, the Ohio State Buckeyes made their case for a No. 1 final ranking in the Associated Press poll with a 26-21 victory over rival Michigan on Saturday. The team ranked No. 1 in the final AP poll is named the Associated Press […]

Sugar Bowl 2012: Michigan Edge Out Virginia Tech

The Sugar Bowl 2012 was clinched by the Michigan Wolverines late Tuesday night, as they narrowly beat the Virginia Tech Hokies 23-20. Michigan got their victory in overtime, after a game with plenty of twists and turns. For almost the entire first half, the Hokies looked the stronger team, and they clung to a 6-0 […]

What will the Big Ten name thier two divisions?

The Big 10 (12) Conference has painted themselves into a pretty tricky corner. By deciding to divide up their conference by means other than ya know geography, the conference is having trouble coming up with names for its two divisions. North, South, East or West will simply not work since the divisions are all a […]

Michigan makes pretty impressive debut

It might be way too early to get excited about the University of Michigan Football Wolverines. I mean they did start out 4-0 last year, before taking a big dive against the team in their own conference. However a convincing win over the UCONN Huskies is a little bit better than beating the crap out […]