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Wolverines QB Devin Gardner seeking 5th year of eligibility

 

Michigan Wolverines junior quarterback Devin Gardner is seeking a fifth year of eligibility says his head coach Brady Hoke.

Hoke says that all of the documentation needed for Gardner’s medical red-shirt is being looked over by the Big Ten Conference.

Devin Gardner (courtesy of Michigan athletics)

Gardner was recruited as a quarterback by the Wolverines but was moved to wide receiver this season to be on the field at the same time with Denard Robinson. When the play-making Robinson missed several games with a right elbow injury, Gardner took over the QB reins and piloted the team successfully until last Saturday’s 26-21 loss at arch-rival Ohio State. He started the last four games of this season.

Gardner’s year that he is trying to get back is his freshman year when he was limited to three games due to a back injury.

If the NCAA and Big Ten allows his medical hardship, Gardner will be eligible to play in 2013 and 2014.

Notre Dame ending long rivalry with Michigan

 

(courtesy of Notre Dame athletics)

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish has opted to end its football series with the Michigan Wolverines.

The last scheduled game between college football’s two winningest programs will take place in 2014.

Notre Dame recently made the decision to join the Atlantic Coast Conference in every sport except football and hockey. But the football team will play five games a year versus ACC opponents, which will start in 2015 and they had to drop some of their long-time rival games to free up the schedule.

(courtesy Michigan athletics)

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV, Notre Dame & Michigan news

Michigan gets rid of WR Stonum

 

Darryl Stonum (courtesy of Michigan athletics)

Head coach Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines have dismissed wide receiver Darryl Stonum from the football program.

Stonum was sentenced to 10 days in jail in early January after violating probation in a drunken-driving case by driving with a revoked license.

Stonum was a starter for 25 games for the Wolverines, catching 76 passes for 1,008 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also returned 62 kickoffs for 1,538 yards and holds the single-season kickoff return mark with 39 returns for 1,0001 yards in 2009.

 

Info compiled from University of Michigan, Radio & TV news

Michigan shuts out OSU before season-high 9,828 fans at VCA

 

(courtesy of University of Michigan via wikipedia commons)

Eventhough the Ohio State Buckeyes hockey team has gotten off to a solid start in the current CCHA season, the Michigan Wolverines is still the team to beat if they want to be league champions.

With Gordon “Red” Berensen on the bench since 1984, spanning 28 seasons and has a record of 743-346-75 and will always have the Wolverines in CCHA contention.

Michigan is working on a 22nd straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

Before a Friday night crowd of 9,828 at Value City Arena,  Michigan showed that they are the team to beat, by scoring twice in the first period on their way to a 4-0 win over the shocked Buckeyes.

Before the game, OSU was in first-place and ranked #2 in the nation.

The win by Michigan (13-8-4, 7-6-4-1 CCHA) have more experienced team than OSU, with 10 players on their roster who have been drafted by NHL teams.

Ohio State plays eight freshmen and are getting their feet wet with on-the-job-training in the rugged Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Michigan, who got off to a slow start, has been playing well in its last eight games at 6-0-2. Ohio State, lost last weekend to Bowling Green in back-to-back shootouts.

 

Info compiled from University of Michigan & Ohio State athletics news

Michigan’s Robinson weighing options of senior year or NFL

 

Denard Robinson (courtesy of Michigan athletics)

Michigan Wolverines junior quarterback Denard Robinson, according to reports over the internet, radio & TV, says that he has submitted the paperwork to the NFL draft advisory board.

He has been noted as saying that he likely will return for his senior season.

Robinson flourished this year in offensive coordinator Al Borges’ system.

Borges’ system is along the lines of the NFL’s style of  spread offense which is run on a regular basis.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet reports

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