JJ McCarthy or Cade McNamara Who should start? The college football offseason always brings questions. But for a team like Michigan, who is returning their starting quarterback from a year ago that led them to their first-ever College Football Playoff, you wouldn’t think “Who is going to start at QB?” would be one of them. […]
Why Michigan Fans Should Not Be Mad at Jim Harbaugh Jim Harbaugh has seen his fair share of scrutiny during his tenure at Michigan. Up until last season, most of the criticism against him stemmed from the opinion that he had underperformed. While his overall record was good, he stumbled in ranked matchups and against
A Season To Remember The 2021 Michigan Wolverines The 2021 Michigan Wolverines football team did not enter the season with the usual hype surrounding elite programs. Following an abysmal 2-4 season in 2020, marred by cancellations, opt-outs, and losses to rivals, the Michigan football program appeared to be on the brink of collapse. In the
The Real Reason International Players Can’t Profit From NIL Last week I was participating in my usual ritual of endless scrolling through Michigan Twitter when I came across an outrageous post. Star Michigan Wovlerines defensive lineman David Ojabo had tweeted “Unfortunately, I cannot profit off of my NIL because I am an international student. ”
There is a banner hanging in the Michigan locker room that states “Those Who Stay Will Be Champions.” It was left there by the legendary Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler when he arrived at Michigan in 1969. It was a challenge and a promise. He challenged his team to endure his grueling workouts and practices, while promising them that the ones who stayed would walk away as champions.
It was the morning of November 27th, 2021. Freezing temperatures gusted into Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Big House sparkled with frost, and snow was in the forecast for the day that lay ahead. The notorious team from Ohio had made the trek into enemy territory to face their arch rival, the Michigan Wolverines.