2019 All-Big Ten Defense

Tag: Aidan Hutchinson

24Nov 2019
Blog, homepage 14 comments

Michigan 39, Indiana 14

Nico Collins (image via MLive)

IT’S A TRAP! I was expecting a relatively close battle (I predicted 28-17 Michigan), and the great and powerful Lee Corso predicted an Indiana victory. But it turns out Michigan had other ideas this year. After a slow start on defense, the Wolverines defense put the clamps on Indiana. Michigan was down 14-7 at one point and then scored 32 unanswered points the rest of the way. Indiana’s secondary was severely outmatched in this one, and Michigan took advantage to the tune of 366 passing yards and 5 touchdowns through the air.

Hit the jump.

read more
10Oct 2019
Blog, homepage 13 comments

Michigan vs. Iowa Awards

Aidan Hutchinson and Kwity Paye (image via Wolverines Wire)

Let’s see more of this guy on offense . . . Tru Wilson. Wilson had 4 carries for 28 yards in a little bit of action on Saturday. One reason he has not played much so far this year is because of a broken hand he suffered in camp. Another reason is that freshman Zach Charbonnet has shown promise, but Charbonnet has some vision issues and hasn’t developed the patience required.

Hit the jump for more.

read more
7Oct 2019
Blog, homepage no comments

Nightly Roundup: October 7, 2019

Kwity Paye

SITE NEWS: In an annoying turnaround, Google AdSense has decided to change its business decision that has affected the site so much over the past year or so. They continually sent me cease-and-desist notices for the nightly posts that included pictures of good looking ladies. I deleted all the posts and all the individual pictures, which cost me a ton of traffic and ad revenue.

Recently, they sent me an update on their policy: now I can post those pictures, but the ads will just be limited. Of course, I already went through the trouble of deleting thousands of posts and pictures from the website, which means I’m missing all kinds of backlogged content that could now be monetized without penalty.

read more
23Sep 2019
Blog, homepage 23 comments

Michigan vs. Wisconsin Awards

Let’s see more of this guy on offense . . . Mike Sainristil. Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis promised Michigan fans #speedinspace when he was hired. During the spring and then the summer, Jim Harbaugh said Sainristil was the starter at the H receiver position. We’re three games into the 2019 season, and the supposedly healthy Sainristil has yet to touch the ball even once. Not on jet sweeps. Not on screens. Not on kick returns or punt returns. Not on downfield shots.

Hit the jump for more.

read more