Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 9

Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 9

November 10, 2020
Brady Hoke (image via SDSU)


WR Tarik Black (Texas): Black made 1 catch for 21 yards in a 17-13 win over West Virginia.

WR Kekoa Crawford (Cal): Cal’s season opener was canceled due to COVID-19 issues.

DT Michael Dwumfour (Rutgers): Dwumfour made 2 tackles in a 49-27 loss to Ohio State.

OT James Hudson III (Cincinnati): Hudson started at left tackle in a 38-10 win over Memphis.

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WR Oliver Martin (Nebraska): Martin did not play in a 21-13 loss to Northwestern.

TE Mustapha Muhammad (Kilgore Junior College): Muhammad transferred from Michigan to Houston and is now at Kilgore Junior College, which has canceled its season due to COVID.

QB Brandon Peters (Illinois): Peters tested positive for COVID-19 and had to sit out the last two games, including this weekend’s 41-14 loss to Minnesota.

CB Myles Sims (Georgia Tech): Georgia Tech (2-5) had a bye.

LB Drew Singleton (Rutgers): Singleton did not record any statistics in a 49-27 loss to Ohio State.

DT Aubrey Solomon (Tennessee): Solomon made 3 tackles in a 24-13 loss to Arkansas.

OG Stephen Spanellis (Vanderbilt): Spanellis opted out of the 2020 season.

CB Benjamin St-Juste (Minnesota): St-Juste made 2 tackles and 2 pass breakups in a 41-14 win over Illinois.

RB Kareem Walker (Mississippi State): Walker entered the transfer portal and is leaving Mississippi State.

S J’Marick Woods (Duke): Woods made 6 tackles in a 56-24 loss to North Carolina.


RB Tim Baldwin (Indiana): Baldwin did not play in the 38-21 win over Michigan.

WR Kalil Branham (Kentucky): Kentucky (2-4) had a bye.

CB Te’Cory Couch (Miami): Couch made 1 sack in a 44-41 win over North Carolina State.

CB Shaun Crawford (Notre Dame): Crawford made 3 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 47-40 upset win over #1 Clemson.

OG Emil Ekiyor (Alabama): Alabama (6-0) had a bye.

RB Eric Gray (Tennessee): Gray had 31 carries for 123 yards (3.97 yards/carry) and 1 touchdown in a 24-13 loss to Arkansas. He also caught 3 passes for 27 yards.

OT Devery Hamilton (Duke): Hamilton started at right tackle in a 56-24 loss to North Carolina.

OT Kai-Leon Herbert (Miami): Herbert is out for the season for Miami.

WR Jeremiah Holloman (FIU): Florida International (0-3) had a bye.

C Jalil Irvin (Auburn): Auburn (4-2) had a bye.

LB Chase Lasater (FAU): Lasater had 7 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 quarterback hurry in a 10-6 win over Western Kentucky.

OT Micah Mazzccua (Baylor): Mazzccua did not play in a 38-31 loss to Iowa State.

TE Nick Patterson (Choate Rosemary Hall): Patterson, who decommitted from Michigan and signed with Princeton, decided to take a prep year and enroll at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut. That would make him a teammate of class of 2021 Michigan commit Tristan Bounds, though with Connecticut football being canceled, I’m not sure if Patterson is truly there or not.

Amauri Pesek-Hickson (Kansas): Pesek-Hickson had 10 carries for 43 yards in a 62-9 loss to Oklahoma.

S Otis Reese (Ole Miss): Reese has transferred from Georgia to Ole Miss, but he has not received a waiver to be immediately eligible for the Rebels, who beat Vanderbilt by a score of 54-21.

S Antwaine Richardson (Maryland): Richardson made 6 tackles in a 35-9 win over Penn State.

OT Erik Swenson (Oklahoma): Swenson started for the Sooners in a 62-9 win over Kansas.

TE Leonard Taylor (Cincinnati): Taylor caught 1 pass for 16 yards in a 38-10 win over Houston.

LB Vic Viramontes (UNLV): Viramontes made 6 tackles in a 40-27 loss to Fresno State.

DE Rashad Weaver (Pitt): Weaver made 4 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 1 quarterback hurry in a 41-17 win over Florida State.


D.J. Durkin (Co-Defensive Coordinator, Ole Miss): Ole Miss (2-4) had a bye.

Brady Hoke (Head Coach, San Diego State): Hoke and the Aztecs dropped to 2-1 with a 28-17 loss to San Jose State.

Les Miles (Head Coach, Kansas): Kansas (0-7) lost to Oklahoma by a score of 62-9. The fewest points the Jayhawks have given up this season is 38, and the most they’ve scored is 23. Yikes.

Chris Partridge (C-Defensive Coordinator, Ole Miss): Partridge’s defense, coincidentally, suffered the same exact fate as Durkin’s (see above).

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