I know many NCAA FOOTBALL 14 fans lie in depths of this blog, and i figured many of you would appreciate a mini series, if this goes over well i will continue to participate in creating this.
Season one was filled with it's ups and downs. Michigan finshed it's regular season at 10-2, with wins over Michigan State (44-14) and Ohio State in Columbus (27-20). Michigan dropped the opener vs UNC (34-28) and unfortunately, at High Point Solution Stadium versus Rutgers (41-21),
Michigan represented the B1G East in the B1G Title game, and defeated Wisconsin by the score of 20-7. Michigan earned a bid to the Rose Bowl, where they defeated UCLA 31-14.
Michigan was well represented on the All American (9) and All Conference (14) teams. Chris Evans won the Heisman Trophy in a landslide. Evans carried the ball 297 times for 1621 yards, and punched in 14 TD's. Rashan Gary also had a humongous season. Gary tallied 41 tackles, 28 TFL and 19 sacks, earning himself the Lombardi award in his true sophomore season.
Your 2013 national champion was the Houston Cougars, who defeated Alabama by the score of 28-21.
The Off-season was relatively quiet. Michigan lost two players to transfer, Kareem Walker transferred to Pittsburgh for playing time, and Nico Collins trasnferred to the University of South Alabama due to home sickness. The Wolverines signed the 17th overall recruiting class containing 12 commits, incuding three five stars, four four stars, and five three stars NJ ATH Andre Moore, the number one overall player in the class, signed with Michigan.
During the Off-season Houston joined the Big 12, which was an evident move, considering the easy road they traveled playing in the American Conference. BYU filled their spot in the American, leaving the Independents.
Michigan starts the 2014 season ranked 4th overall, and has renewed the rivalry with ND. I predict another 10-2 season with loses to OSU, and ND. I will report back in a few days with the results. Any questions regarding the season leave below, and ill do my best to give you that answer.
They announced 57,418 but I think there was anywhere from 60,000 to 70,000. The stadium holds 110,000 and both sidelines and the north endzone were full except for the top 20 rows of the north endzone. The south endzone was decently filled up too.
It deeply saddens me that there has been no discussion to this point about Kekoa Crawford's new extremely Jack Sparrow's crew look (the hoop earing is really the cherry on top). I post this thread as a forum to discuss possible nicknames or other fun comments regarding a young man whose name and ability already made him near and dear to our hearts, but whose swashbuckling of secondaries will surely make him a Michigan football legend.
Once again, the Maize claims victory in the spring game.
Second straight year and the 16th time in the last 22 years.
Kyle Seychel's kick was the first walkoff game-winning FG in a Michigan Spring Game since Pete Elezovic gave White a 21-20 win in 1993.
The White team was renamed the Maize in 2010.
The italicized results are from scored spring scrimmages. So if you wanna look at strictly JUST the spring GAMES, Maize is 15-2 against Blue since Harbaugh turned the tide in the series back in 1984 when he beat the Blue team.
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