January 12, 2011 | This is a column written by Tony Gerdeman following the hiring of Brady Hoke to be Michigan’s head coach. Wolverine fans weren’t happy about hiring a head coach with a losing career record, so this column was meant to tell those fans that, yeah, you’re probably right and he’s probably not great, but at least you got rid of RichRod. — TG
September 3, 2007 | My generation’s most memorable “Where were you?” Michigan loss was Colorado’s Hail Mary win in Ann Arbor in 1994. Thirteen years later, the college football gods gave another generation their own memorable Wolverine loss, but this one happened to be an all-timer. Michigan was ranked No. 5…
While the Buckeyes were getting their championship rings today, about 190 miles northwest, things were not as chipper inside Schembechler Hall in Ann Arbor.
Ohio State vs. Michigan is widely recognized as not only the greatest rivalry in college football, but in all of sports. Here are 25 ways it could be even better.
On Tuesday, online sportsbook BetOnline.ag released their first college football lines for the season’s biggest games. It’s a way to generate some betting ($500 limits) and interest during the offseason, and there was plenty of interest when Michigan opened as a 6.5-point favorite over Ohio State. Obviously, Buckeyes fans weren’t buying…
The sportsbook BetOnline.ag has posted their college football games of the year, and in the only game that truly matters in college football, Michigan has been installed as a 6.5-point home favorite over Ohio State this November. If Michigan stays the favorite, it would mark the second year in a row that they were favored over Ohio State.
When Ohio State hired former Michigan assistant coaches Greg Mattison and Al Washington, it set up what’s likely going to be an awkward year. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he didn’t see it coming – especially Mattison.