The Michigan Wolverines have moved up to 11th in this week's AP college football poll.
Following their 41-30 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday night, Brady Hoke is now a perfect 16-0 at the Big House as head coach of
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ICYMI ... Wednesday night (9/4) on "BTN Live" here on ESPN 96.1, former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson was asked to rank the biggest rivalries that Wolverines football are involved in.
Robinson was quite clear that "Ohio" was their biggest rivalry, taking a cue from head coach Brady hoke, who refuses to say the words "Ohio" and "State" together.
In the wake of Brian Kelly's recent comments, Robinson listed Notre Dame is the Wolverines second biggest rivalry.
Although surprising to some, Robinson listed MSU as the third biggest rivaly that big M has.
How Robinson ranked them was not a big surprise ... but what he said about MSU managed to surprise the "BTN Live" panel.
Yep. He did it. Denard called the Spartans ... "little brother".
After it's lopsided win over CMU on Saturday, the Michigan Wolverines maintained its number 17 ranking in the AP college football poll, released on Tuesday.
Wolverines defensive coordinator Greg Mattison told the press on Tuesday that his biggest disappointment from Saturday's game was allowing CMU to convert from 3rd and long not once but twice.
As for the Wolverines pass rush, Mattison says some sacks, "were left on the field."
Looking ahead to Notre Dame on Saturday, Mattison says his team has respect for quarterback Tommy Rees, adding, "He's a very good QB, we remember what he did to us last season."
Wolverines offensive coordinator Al Borges told the press that Notre Dame's defensive line is "as good as anyone we'll play."
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Heard of Jabril Peppers?
Chances are if you are a Michigan football fan, you may have.
Soon, the B1G will feel his presence.
The high school senior from Paramus, NJ is committed to U-M.
Check out what he did at a recent high school scrimmage. SICK!