Michigan quarterback Shane Morris spoke to the media on Wednesday afternoon and said he does not plan on leaving the program.
Morris will have two years of eligibility remaining should he finish the season having not played a game.
Hard to believe!
Michigan Stadium is no stranger to huge events. So naturally, Jim Harbaugh wants to see Wrestlemania take place at the Big House.
Harbaugh is apparently also a big wrestling fan and is friends with the Steiner brothers, who went to U-M at the same time in the 80s.
Running back Derrick Green did not travel with the team to the Citrus Bowl and is out with an "internal matter" per Jim Harbaugh, but remains on the team. He last played for the Wolverines during the Rutgers game Nov. 7.
Lloyd Carr, who coached Michigan from 1995 to 2007, was a guest on The Rich Eisen Show on Thursday afternoon, and Eisen, who's a Michigan alumnus, asked Carr two intriguing questions. The first was whether Charles Woodson, who just announced that he'll retire from the NFL after this season, is the best player in Michigan history. The second was why didn't Tom Brady, who's arguably the best NFL quarterback ever, play more in Ann Arbor. Click above to hear Carr's answers.
'Twas the night before...
Michigan broke a single-game school record on Wednesday night when U-M made 17 threes against Bryant, and BTN was kind enough to provide us with a video that allows you to watch all 17 of them in less than a minute.
Four-star defensive end Carlo Kemp (Boulder, CO) signed and sent his financial aid forms to Michigan on Wednesday, making him the seventh 2016 commit to become an early enrollee and the second to be welcomed by Jim Harbaugh today.
The other early enrollees are QB Brandon Peters, RBs Kingston Davis and Kareem Walker, WR Ahmir Mitchell, TE Sean McKeon, and LB Devin Bush, Jr., who signed his forms on Tuesday. Michigan is expected to add one more early enrollee from its 2016 class.
Jim Harbaugh is 52 today. Happy birthday!