All-Time Single-Game Sack Leaders

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31May 2020
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All-Time Single-Game Sack Leaders

James Hall (#56, image via MLive)

It’s been a while since James Hall played, but he was underrated and had a decent NFL career. His performance against Washington State during the national championship season was stellar when he sacked future 1st round pick Ryan Leaf 5.5 times.

Hit the jump for the leaders.

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31May 2020
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Morning Roundup: May 31, 2020

This is a very interesting stat from Josh Gattis’s Twitter account. Basically, if you start for at least one season at Michigan, you’re virtually guaranteed an NFL contract:

Rivals ranked the Big Ten uniforms, and it’s no surprise who’s #1 (LINK). My biggest qualm with this list? Illinois should be higher.

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30May 2020
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2020 Season Countdown: #97 Kraig Correll

Kraig Correll

Name: Kraig Correll
Height:
6’4″
Weight:
296 lbs.
High school:
Easton (PA) Blair Academy
Position:
Center
Class:
Redshirt sophomore
Jersey number:
#54
Last year:
I ranked Correll #105 and said he would be a backup center (LINK). He did not see any game action.
TTB Rating:
N/A

As Correll enters his third year on campus, he finds himself battling to stay relevant as a backup interior lineman. One obstacle jumped out of the way when fellow walk-on Jess Speight moved over to defensive tackle in the middle of last season, but more remain: redshirt freshman Zach Carpenter, fifth year senior Andrew Vastardis, and others.

I do not expect Correll to contribute this season, but he had solid high school film and looks like a guy who should at least be able to offer a look on the scout team. With some decent fellow walk-ons and a good number of scholarship guys, Correll looks like a depth guy moving forward.

Prediction: Backup center

29May 2020
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Can Joe Milton go from 3rd to 1st?

Joe Milton (image via Wolverines Wire)

Much has been made of the 2020 quarterback battle between Dylan McCaffrey and Joe Milton. I did a post analyzing McCaffrey (LINK) and plan to do more, but in an effort to handicap the race, I wondered how many Michigan quarterbacks have taken over the starting job after being the #3 (or lower) in the previous season, or ever.

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