2020 NFL Draft Recap

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26Apr 2020
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2020 NFL Draft Recap

Cesar Ruiz (image via Newsweek)

Round 1 (#24 overall): Cesar Ruiz – C – New Orleans Saints
This was about where most people thought Ruiz would come off the board. I heard some talk about the Saints wanting to groom him for 2021 and beyond, but I think that’s crazy talk. You don’t draft an offensive lineman in round one to let him sit on the bench. He could potentially play guard for a year or more, though. Ultimately, Ruiz goes to a great spot with a team that could be in the running for a Super Bowl.

Round 2 (#60 overall): Josh Uche – OLB – New England Patriots
I have to imagine Uche will see some immediate playing time in New England’s versatile scheme. The Patriots can do a lot of things with him, and he should play a role similar to what he did at Michigan. They should use him to rush off the edge and then also line him up at inside linebacker occasionally and run some stunts. Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins both left New England in the off-season, so the Patriots needed to replenish the linebacker position. He joins former college teammate Chase Winovich, and those two could be rushing the QB from opposite edges in 2020.

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22Apr 2020
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2020 NFL Draft Preview: Michigan

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Just for fun, I like to take a shot at the NFL draft prospects from Michigan each year. This year there is less top-end talent than last year (Devin Bush, Rashan Gary) but more depth. It seems like only two guys are guaranteed to get drafted through Day 2, and then the rest is a crap shoot.

Hit the jump for a rundown on all of Michigan’s draft-eligible athletes.

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13Mar 2020
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Goodbye, Jordan Glasgow

Jordan Glasgow (image via MGoBlue)

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Glasgow was a preferred walk-on out of Aurora (IL) Marmion Academy in 2015. He was following in the footsteps of his older brothers Graham and Ryan by coming to Michigan as a walk-on; both of his brothers ended up getting drafted. His high school highlights show a good player but not one that looked destined for a Power 5 starting gig (LINK).

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19Jan 2020
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Nightly Roundup: January 19, 2020

Frank Clark (image via Chiefs Wire)

If you’re a Michigan/MGoBlog fan, you might have found yourself witnessing quite a dust-up on Twitter between Brian Cook, Ace Anbender, Ant Wright, and others. I’m going to say a few things about it, because this is the internet and it was built to express people’s opinions about anything and everything, right?

  1. Ace has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which is a real thing, and he started a Go Fund Me that (IIRC) raised $100,000+. Then he posted pictures of “non-essential” items on social media, and people got upset because…he wasn’t posting pictures of his medical bills, I guess.
  2. Donations are donations. If you don’t believe in the cause and the people receiving then money, then don’t donate.
  3. A donation does not mean that the recipient can only buy essential items for the rest of his life. At some point a person who receives a donation is going to buy a bottle of wine, a video game, tickets to a concert, etc.
  4. Also, refer to #2.
  5. Ace, Ant Wright, and Brian can all be buttholes in their own way. We all can. Today there were a lot of people being buttholes.
  6. Full disclosure: I rarely agree with Ant and muted Ace on Twitter a long time ago. So I don’t really have a side, except…
  7. …if you’re ever unsure, read #2 again.

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18Jan 2020
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2020 East West Shrine Game

Jon Runyan, Jr.

The 2020 East West Shrine Game will take place at Tropicana Field today at 3:00 p.m. EST. It will be broadcast on NFL Network.

Here are some players to watch for Michigan and Big Ten fans:


  • DE #94 Michael Danna (Michigan)
  • DE #97 Joe Gaziano (Northwestern)
  • OG #74 Steven Gonzalez (Penn State)
  • OG #50 Michael Onwenu (Michigan)
  • CB #29 John Reid (Penn State)
  • OT #75 Jon Runyan, Jr. (Michigan)


  • OT #76 Branden Bowen (Ohio State)
  • RB #26 Reggie Corbin (Illinois)
  • DT #96 Carlos Davis (Nebraska)
  • DT #94 Khalil Davis (Nebraska)
  • S #36 David Dowell (Michigan State)
  • LB #29 Jordan Glasgow (Michigan)
  • LB #47 Dele’ Harding (Illinois)
  • OG #60 Tyler Higby (Michigan State)
  • WR #19 Binjimen Victor (Ohio State)
  • CB #28 Keith Washington (West Virginia)
  • WR #15 Nick Westbrook (Indiana)
  • DT #98 Raequan Williams (Michigan State)
  • CB #27 Chris Williamson (Minnesota)