U-M Spring Game Primer!

Michigan’s first Spring Game under head coach Jim Harbaugh is only five days away and there is a lot to learn about what Team 136 is going to look like on the field this year. To help sort out two collections of Wolverines, Harbaugh held a Spring Game Draft, complete with a dress code and proper draft day accommodations.

Offensive coordinator Tim Drevno captained Team Blue, while defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin manned the Maize squad. Although final results of Michigan’s first Spring Game Draft have not been released publically yet, several players have gone to Twitter regarding their draft day experience. Here is what I could find so far:

Team Maize — Durkin
Jabrill Peppers

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Sparty Is Doing What Sparty Does…Rioting In East Lansing

I’m not sure why this happens every time sparty accomplishes something athletically, but it really needs to stop. Tom Izzo and his team don’t deserve this, sparty, STOP.

Click here to see pictures of the stupidity.

 




 

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Personnel Changes Coming To Michigan Football

Personnel Changes on the way at Michigan

With Harbaugh at the helm, Michigan is tapping every resource within its reach in order to get better.  This has resulted in several personnel changed in Ann Arbor already with three potentially headline changes still on the way.

Coming off of a dominant performance in the Division 3 State Finals in 2012, Grand Rapids Christian wide receiver Drake Harris was on of the Midwest’s hottest prospects.  Combining size (6’4”, 180 lbs.) and speed with superb ball skills, Harris showed the tools necessary to succeed at the next level.

His hamstring was not one of those tools.

Instead of building on the momentum from a monster junior season, Harris spent his entire senior season on the sidelines, choosing to rest an injured hamstring that occurred dur...

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