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Author: Ben Kieff

2020 Michigan Football Schedule Breakdown

Reading Time: 2 minutesRecently, the full schedule for the Michigan Wolverines 2020-21 football season dropped and needless to say there were A LOT of changes. Let’s take a look at some of the important changes and big games on the schedule, assuming we even have a season (still very much up in the air at this point in time). The order of the original schedule was completely switched and the games are in a different configuration this time around: Michigan will start their year with a home game vs Purdue instead of Wisconsin which was on the original schedule....

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How The Canceling Of Non-Conference Games Affects Michigan Football

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Big Ten conference recently announced that all non-conference games will be canceled on account of the coronavirus pandemic. The season will now span nine games instead of 12 with the option to add a 10th in-conference game to the teams schedules. Although this decision was for the better, it does bring bad omens for the Michigan football team. First and foremost, Michigan loses three games off their schedule: at Washington, vs. Ball State and vs. Arkansas State. I think it’s fair to say that Michigan would’ve won both of the home games listed above so...

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Michigan Football Recruiting Outlook

Reading Time: 2 minutesSay what you want about Jim Harbaugh and the job he has done at Michigan thus far, but one thing you can’t criticize him for is his ability to recruit. Harbaugh has brought in his fair share of talent since taking the helm in 2015 and the 2021 recruiting class is shaping up to be one of his best along with the 2017 class (finished as #5 overall class). The Wolverines are currently ranked 7th overall but that could easily change for the better as the recruiting cycle goes on. The 2021 class boasts 19 commits,...

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Why Michigan Basketball Will Contend Next Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesRecentky, five-star SG Josh Christopher chose the Arizona State Sun Devils over the Wolverines despite many experts believing he was a Michigan lock. The next morning, approximately twelve hours later, five-star PF Isaiah Todd de-committed from the university in order to pursue a pro-career overseas or in the G-League. Almost immediately after losing Todd, experts began writing the Wolverines off for next season, I’m here to tell you that is not the case. Michigan basketball is still poised to have a great 2020-21 season and here’s why. Although the Wolverines lost out on two top-15 players,...

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