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Michigan Wolverines Football 2015 News and Updates
7/22/15 - After Khalid Kareem decided not to play for the Michigan Wolverines football team, the Wolverines instead recruited Ron Johnson. He is still settling into his position as a pass-rusher, but he should provide a big boom to the Wolverine's defensive power. The off-season will end in just over a month. It feels far off for fans, but the date the Wolverines take the field again is approaching fast for the players. Fans will not be able to know if they are properly prepared until September 12th when they take on the Oregon State Beavers. The home game is already blowing through tickets. You can secure your spot for as little as $66. Come see for yourself whether or not the Wolverines have what it takes to go all the way this season.
6/24/15 - Despite briefly being committed to MSU, Khalid Kareem has officially decided to attend Alabama. This is bad news for the Michigan Wolverines football team, as Coach Nick Saban has had his eye on Kareem for a while. There is still hope that tight-end Naseir Upshur will decide to join up with the Wolverines in the coming weeks, but even if Upshur goes in a different direction, the team should still be able to stand strong. With their first home game on September 12th, they have slightly more than two months to prepare for the coming season. Game time is quickly approaching, however, and it will not be long until they are on the field again. Be sure you secure your tickets now for the opener before they sell out.
10/29/14 - It has been another rough season in the Big Ten for Coach Brady Hoke and his Michigan Wolverines Football team. However, coming off a resounding homecoming victory over the Indiana Hoosiers, your Michigan Wolverines have a chance to finish the season with a winning conference record and a possible bowl berth. With only one home game remaining at Michigan Stadium, you only have one more opportunity to cheer on the Wolverines this college football season. After a trip to Northwestern and a bye week, your Wolverines return to Ann Arbor to face the Big Ten rival Maryland Terrapins in a home finale with bowl eligibility implications. Razorgator has the very best selection of seats available for the big game with tickets starting at just $18.
9/17/14 - The Michigan Wolverines look to improve their 2-1 record heading into Week 4 of College Football. Michigan is 2-0 in Ann Arbor, but lost a heartbreaking road opener at the home of their bitter rivals, Notre Dame. The Wolverines looked focused and resolute on winning in their 34-10 triumph over Miami (Ohio) last weekend. Watch them keep their eye on the prize this Saturday at home in a Big 10-Pac 12 showdown. The Wolverines will host the Utah Utes on 9/20, and you can get in for a minimum of $23. Help keep your boys on track with Michigan Wolverines tickets in 2014!
8/6/14 - Michigan Wolverines Football kicked off fall training camp, and we learned that Brady Hoke mean business. To ensure each member of Michigan's squad is fully immersed in the program and all-in this year, the head coach's discipline has heightened and wideout Csont'e York is the first to fall behind. The fourth year player had a run-in with the law and was not invited to fall camp for an indefinite amount of time. This no-fuss agenda should allow the team to rebound from last year's dismal 7-6 record, and they'll get a chance to prove it in less than 30 days. See if the team can make the most of their favorable schedule with Michigan Football tickets in 2014. Kick off college football season the right way and pay just $35 to get into the Wolverines' Week 1 matchup against Appalachian State (8/30).
7/20/14 – Big Ten media days are slated to start July 28 in Chicago, and the Michigan Wolverines will be front and center. Coach Brady Hoke will be flanked by quarterback Devin Garden, defensive end Frank Clark and linebacker Jake Ryan to face the frenzy of media outlets. The head coach has said anything short of a Big Ten title this year will be considered a failure, as Hoke has gone 15-11 since his 11-win season in his first year. Buy your Appalachian State Mountaineers vs. Michigan Wolverines Football tickets to see the squad answer the toughest questions on the gridiron this season. Get into the Aug. 30 matchup in Ann Arbor for as little as $35.
6/26/14 – Looking to travel with the team this year? The Michigan Wolverines have three huge games on the road this season, including Notre Dame on Sep 6, Michigan State on Oct 25 and Ohio State on Nov 29. These rivalry bouts are graciously spread out, meaning the Wolverines have as great a chance as ever to focus their efforts on victories—and you have time to plan the perfect tailgate! The cheapest of these key match-ups is the East Lansing game for a $125 minimum (10/25). Cheap seats at the Notre Dame game start from $239 (9/6). The most expensive of the arch rival matches is the Ohio State Buckeyes showdown for a $305 minimum (11/29). Go Blue with Michigan Wolverines Football tickets and you’ll be singing “The Victors” in no time!
6/16/14 – Most, if not all, of the Michigan Wolverine’s coaching staff attended the elite Sound Mind, Sound Body camp this past weekend, granting top prospects priceless pointers and advice on how to successfully navigate a college football career. They undoubtedly also scouted some high school stars during the two-day workshop. See if Hoke’s returning players have taken similar advice following the arrest of center Graham Glasgow during spring camp. Glasgow has been disciplined and will be suspended until the season opener against Appalachian State. Buy your Michigan Wolverines tickets to see this team can channel off-the-field struggles into gridiron determination in 2014!
6/5/14 – Michigan Wolverines tickets are cheaper than both rival Universities; you’ll pay an average $113 this season in Ann Arbor compared to $341 in Columbus and $143 in East Lansing. The Wolverines however are the third most expensive road team in the NCAA, averaging $255 – playing both the Buckeyes (avg. $735) and Spartans (avg. $250) away in 2014. Only the LSU Tigers (avg. $299) and Alabama Crimson Tide (avg. $264) have a higher priced road ticket than Michigan. Either Wolverines are widely displaced across the Country or their team is in high-demand among opponents/casual football fans. Considering the rich history of the program, we’d guess it’s primarily the latter.
5/20/14 – The Wolverines are back in the top 25, at No.18 in the preseason ranking system. Last year, there was much promise for what turned out to be an average 7-6 campaign; Michigan football tickets were the third most expensive in the NCAA (behind Notre Dame and LSU). Averaging a much more reasonable $121 in 2014, you can catch Big Ten action on a budget. While rivals Ohio State Buckeyes will not visit Ann Arbor this year, conference foes Minnesota (avg. $116), Penn State (avg. $217), and Indiana (avg. $121) will. Don’t wait to buy your Michigan Wolverines tickets, get them today and watch the Big Blue for a deal! Experienced quarterback Devin Gardner will lead the way alongside veteran Jake Ryan as Michigan looks to get back on the national stage.
5/6/14 - Drawing just 15,000 fans to the vaunted “Big House” of Michigan Stadium, the Michigan Wolverines held their annual Mott Spring Game on April 5. Neither Wolverine quarterback aired out the ball once the full squad scrimmage began; returning fifth-year senior Devin Gardner was just 2-for10 for 53 yards, while his opposing number, sophomore Shane Morris, had a little more success, finishing 5-of-11 with 73 yards. Gardner, expected to be this year’s starter, did have the long completion of the day, a 44-yarder to freshman Freddy Canteen. Also with significant receptions were wideouts Bo Dever and Jehu Chesson. Showcasing a possible strength for the upcoming season, four different Wolverine running backs toted the ball at least six times; the most notable names were Justice Hayes, who rambled for 33 yards on six carries, including a 12-yarder that was the long run of the day, and De’Veon Smith got the call nine times for 21 yards.
2/4/14 - The Michigan Wolverines vaunt one of the top recruiting classes in the country, comprised of 16 commitments, with eight 4-star players and 5-star DB Jabrill Peppers. The most significant Michigan departure is Taylor Lewan, among the top ranked OTs in this year’s NFL Draft. Additionally, coach Brady Hoke publicly stated that this year’s quarterback position will be up for grabs when spring practice commences: competition is primarily between senior Devin Gardner and sophomore Shane Morris. Last year, even though the Wolverines scored a ticket to the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, they lost six of their last eight games, ultimately logging a 7-6 season (3-5 in the Big Ten)—a disappointment considering Michigan was favored to compete for the Big Ten Championship. Can this national powerhouse make a comeback with new additions this year?
While “Michigan man” head coach Brady Hoke has turned things around somewhat for the Michigan Wolverines from the ill-fated regime of Rich Rodriguez, the Wolverines still find themselves looking up at the end of the Big Ten season to other institutions. The Wolverines have secured invitations to bowl games in each of Hoke’s three seasons at the Big House, but just one of those was a major (BCS) bowl, the 2012 Sugar Bowl. In an interesting twist, the opening game for U-M in Ann Arbor is the team who handed them their most shocking loss in NCAA football history – none other than Appalachian State, who return now as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision after years at the Championship Subdivision level. Utah is the other notable non-conference opponent making a visit to Ann Arbor this season.
10/25/13 - The Wolverines started off strong, picking up W’s against Central Michigan and Notre Dame; but, inconsistency followed. Michigan has shown they can dominate teams by putting up 40 plus points, but have also had some close calls including a loss to Penn State. The defense has regularly been the highlight, and has looked solid for most of the season. Up next on the Big Blue’s schedule, the Michigan State Spartans. The in-state rivalry game is far and away the most expensive at Spartan Stadium this year with prices starting at $125. The Wolverines will be coming off a bye week, but their team will be tested against the nation’s best defense. The rest of the season doesn’t get any easier for Michigan, they’ll play Nebraska at home who is currently in the Top 25, Northwestern and Iowa on the road, and then #4 Ohio State to close the regular season. Michigan vs. Ohio State football tickets range from $225 - $1451 in Ann Arbor for the best rivalry game in College Football.
It's not been easy recently to be a fan of Michigan Wolverines football. After spending the last few years as Ohio State's red-haired stepchild, from the last few years of former head coach Lloyd Carr's tenure, through the disastrous (or highly amusing, if you're from Ohio) regime of Rich Rodriguez, the Maize and Blue seemed to have finally turned a corner with the hiring of Brady Hoke, who went 11-2 in his first year as head coach, including a long overdue win over the rivals to the south and a win in the Sugar Bowl over the Virginia Tech Hokies. However, the Wolverines fell back somewhat last season, struggling their way to an 8-5 record, and a disappointing bowl loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks.
In terms of personnel, the Wolverines have holes to fill on both sides of the ball in 2013. Among the offensive losses is Denard Robinson, a dynamic player who could beat opponents with either his legs or arm; and receiver Roy Roundtree. Stepping into these offensive slots this fall will be senior QB Devin Gardner, who was 3-1 last season as a late-season starter, and senior receivers Drew Dileo, Jeremy Jackson, and Jeremy Gallon. The ground game will be spearheaded by redshirt senior Fitzgerald Toussaint, and junior Thomas Rawls. Defensively the Wolverines are hoping to improve on an already stingy performance last year, which saw the squad earn a top-20 ranking in points allowed per game, but has significant holes to fill all over. Fans at Michigan Stadium, the famed "Big House," will have high expectations for the 2013 season, including a trip west.
Michigan football fans have already circled November 30th on the 2013 Wolverines football schedule — when the Big Ten rival Ohio State Buckeyes visit Ann Arbor. It's the second most expensive Michigan Wolverines home football game this season, with Buckeyes vs. Wolverines tickets from $197 in the upper end zones. At $223 per ticket, only Notre Dame vs. Michigan tickets in September have a higher get-in price at The Big House in 2013. Other Big Ten conference games at Michigan Stadium include the Minnesota Golden Gophers, Indiana Hoosiers, and Nebraska Cornhuskers. Cheap Wolverines football tickets are available under $50 for both the Minnesota and Indiana Big Ten football games, as well as non-conference games versus the Central Michigan Chippewas and Akron Zips. Michigan's intrastate rivarly game with the Michigan State Spartans will be played in East Lansing in early November. Given its high demand, U-M fans making the hour drive to Spartan Stadium should expect to pay at least $150 to grab Spartans vs. Wolverines tickets.