The upcoming games in the Big Ten Championship and potentially the College Football Playoff and National Championship are more than just games for Corum; they are the final chapters of a storied college career. These moments will determine where he stands in the pantheon of Michigan football legends. As he steps onto the field, Corum isn’t just playing for victory; he’s solidifying his legacy as potentially one of the greatest Michigan football players of all time.
In the latest episode of the “Big House Bleachers” podcast, co-hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell celebrate Michigan’s recent 30-24 victory over Ohio State. They explore rumors questioning Ohio State’s toughness, humorously ranking them low on a toughness scale. The hosts then present their “This Guy Right Here” player of the game awards and inaugurate the first class into their “Game Hall of Fame,” honoring five standout Michigan players from recent games against Ohio State.
The absence of Zinter, an All-American talent, leaves a gaping void. But Michigan’s depth in the offensive line is a silver lining. The swift adjustment during the Ohio State game, with Barnhart and Jones stepping up, suggests resilience and adaptability – key traits for a team eyeing the national title.
As we gear up for this high-stakes battle, these five factors will be pivotal in determining who comes out on top. Whether it’s the battle in the trenches, the strategic play calling, or the ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities, every play counts in a rivalry as intense as Michigan vs. Ohio State.
The latest episode of the “Big House Bleachers” podcast, co-hosted by Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell, delves into Michigan’s recent win against Maryland, moving the team to an 11-0 record this college football season. They discuss the game where Michigan narrowly defeated Maryland 31-24, dissecting the performance of quarterback J.J. McCarthy, who, despite being banged up, contributed significantly to the victory alongside Michigan’s strong defense and running back Blake Corum.
With Dug McDaniel leading the charge, the Michigan Wolverines, who had modest expectations at the season’s start, are now one of the nation’s hottest teams. It’s remarkable to witness McDaniel’s journey, especially considering the offseason scenario where North Carolina transfer Caleb Love was close to taking over the point guard role. Fortunately for McDaniel, Love was turned away due to Michigan’s stringent admissions process.
In the latest episode of the “Big House Bleachers” podcast, hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell discuss a range of topics related to Michigan football and basketball. They kick off with a recap of Michigan’s significant 24-15 victory over Penn State, a win that kept them undefeated at 10-0 for the season, including their conference games. This victory keeps Michigan’s hopes for a Big Ten championship and a college football playoff berth alive.
The Michigan Wolverines kicked off their season with a 99-74 victory over UNC Asheville, showcasing a promising start. There are several pivotal takeaways from this game that not only highlight individual performances but also hint at the team’s potential trajectory for the season. Here are the top five:
In the latest episode of the “Big House Bleachers” podcast, hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell dive into the details of Michigan football’s latest happenings. They open with a recap of Michigan’s dominant 41-13 victory over Purdue, highlighting J.J. McCarthy’s season-high passing yards despite the absence of a passing touchdown. The hosts celebrate standout performances by distributing ‘This Guy Right Here’ honors and delve into a detailed ranking of Michigan’s four formidable edge rushers.
It’s been a turbulent two weeks for the Michigan football community. What began as whispers of NCAA’s suspicion of illegal sign stealing, involving the low-level staffer Connor Stallions, has since erupted into a full-blown media storm. Every day brings fresh speculations, allegations, and sound bites that cast a dark shadow over the Michigan football program.