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MnB staff roundtable: What Michigan needs to do to save their season
It’s about pride and preparing for 2020 now
Freep Column: Will ND Series Affect Future Scheduled Matchups?
In this week's Detroit Free Press column, I discuss Michigan's revived series with Notre Dame and why fingers are crossed that it does not cause future matchups with different opponents to fall by the wayside. Hit the link above for the full story.
Michigan-ND to Resume Play in 2018
One of college football’s best non-conference rivalries is returning.
Brian Kelly: Prospects of Michigan-Notre Dame series renewal "trending up"
ND coach Brian Kelly on the @RichEisenShow says the prospect of ND-Michigan series renewal is "trending up."— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) September 9, 2015
It's not Michigan's side saying it, but any indication of the resumption of one of the most storied rivalries in college football is probably a good thing.
Film Focus: Michigan at Notre Dame (Part 2)
"Film Focus" reviews the Michigan-Notre Dame film and tries to discover exactly how the Wolverines laid an egg in South Bend. In Part Two, we look at the quarterbacks: Everett Golson and Devin Gardner.
Film Focus: Michigan at Notre Dame (Part 1)
This week's "Film Focus" reviews the Michigan-Notre Dame film and tries to discover exactly how the Wolverines laid an egg in South Bend. In Part One, we look at Michigan's problematic press coverage.
Why Did Michigan Fall Apart Against Notre Dame?
Examining Michigan's mistakes against the Irish.
The Everett Golson Show: Michigan crushed 31-0
In a game that was all over before it really started, Everett Golson and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish send the rivalry out with bang with a crushing 31-0 victory over Michigan.
Michigan vs Notre Dame: Do Not Go Gentle
The final Michigan vs Notre Dame Game Thread. Make it one to remember!
Rivalry Review: Michigan Wolverines and Notre Dame
Breakups suck, especially this one. Michigan and Notre Dame will split for the eighth time after Saturday's game. Before saying goodbye for now (again), let's look back and review the rivalry.
Friday Six-Pack: Notre Dame
Michigan heads to South Bend looking to end the rivalry on a high note. What are the key match-ups you should be watching?
LINK: Two days before Notre Dame is set to play Michigan, Irish announce home-and-home series with Ohio State
Just two days before playing Michigan, Notre Dame (who canceled their rivalry series with Michigan) announced a home-and-home series with the Wolverines' fiercest rivals, Ohio State. "I am excited we are able once again to bring these two programs together on the football field," said Notre Dame vice president and athletics director Jack Swarbrick in a statement. "Football games between Notre Dame and Ohio State make great sense from a strength-of-schedule standpoint. In addition, with (Ohio State athletics director) Gene Smith having both played and coached football at Notre Dame--and with (Ohio State head coach) Urban Meyer having served as an assistant football coach at Notre Dame--there are some obvious, high-profile connections between our two institutions." The series is set for the 2022, 2023 seasons.
College Football Week Two Preview Guide
Michigan Football faces an old rival, Stone Cold Steve Austin is chugging beers, Dunkin Donuts rolls out the Red Carpet, Tom Brady is still Terrific, Madden NFL 15 has a tiny linebacker, Fantasy Football drafts and Tennessee chest hair.
Previewin': No. 16 Notre Dame
Unranked Michigan heads down to South Bend for one last rivalry hurrah before the series goes on hiatus. Strong defenses will look to contain dynamic quarterbacks, as each squad aims to remain undefeated.
The Battle for the Best All-Time Win Percentage
For years, Michigan and Notre Dame have battled for the best all-time win percentage in college football. With Michigan and Notre Dame clashing for the final time in the foreseeable future on Saturday, "Inside the Numbers" looks at what is at stake.
Opposition Blogger Q&A: Notre Dame
We sat down with SB Nation's own Patrick Burns from One Foot Down to discuss Michigan's upcoming game against the Irish.
Mattison: "This will always be a big game for me"
After spending eight years in South Bend, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison has witnessed both sides of the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry.
Injury Report: Peppers, Hill expected to play
It wouldn't be football season without a weekly injury report. Here is the latest regarding who is on the list and their status for the upcoming game.
Nussmeier's presence on sideline aiding offense
The presence of Doug Nussmeier on the Michigan sidelines has been paying dividends... so far.
Brew Briefs: Hoke, Gardner reflect on ND series
During its weekly press conference, Michigan coach Brady Hoke and senior quarterback Devin Gardner reflect on the rivalry between Michigan and Notre Dame ending for the foreseeable future.
2013 Opponent Review: Notre Dame
Going back to check on how Michigan's foes did in 2013, who is coming back for that team, and if they're on the schedule in 2014.
A Second Look: Thoughts on the 2nd Half of UM-ND
Rewatching the second half of UM-ND for some observations a second time around. Yes, all of it. Even the interception.
Five Reasons This Season Will Be Very Fun
Two games in we still don't know exactly how good Michigan will be, but there are a few things that fans can get legitimately excited about.
UM-ND The Numbers Game
Looking at some of the numbers from Michigan's win over Notre Dame
Film Review: Struggles to Hold Up to Doubles
Today we are going to look at why Michigan had trouble against the Notre Dame’s inside run plays. Much of the time, Michigan was in nickel personnel with two 3 techs with an over front.
A Second Look: Thoughts on the First Half of UM-ND
I watch the first half of UM-ND for some quick thoughts on Michigan's performance.
You're a Good Man, Tommy Rees
Because Tommy Rees the Charlie Brown of Notre Dame football.
Zach at the Freep: Devin Gardner's step forward vs. Notre Dame
I fawn over how great Gardner looked on Saturday.
There is a Taiwanese animation video about the UM-ND game
Because of course there is.