Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Michigan Head Football Coach Brady Hoke Interview...with Rich Rodriguez?

Smartest Michigan Fan Question of the day

Today is National Signing Day, the 1st day that High School Seniors can sign to play college football.

So, from our friends @ Smartest Michigan, here is today's question of the day...

Including QB/HB Pete Elliott, guard Dom Tomasi, guard Stuart Wilkins, tackle Joe Soboleski, HB Wally Teninga and FB Dan Dworsky, what Michigan recruiting class is considered one of the greatest in football history?

Go to Smartest Michigan to find the answer...and see if you're right!

Go Blue!


How smart are you?

I just found this great site for Michigan fans this morning.

Smartest Michigan  is a great web site to go and test your knowledge of the Maize & Blue.

It's free to sign up, and you can win prizes based on how many points you receive every day in trivia.

My 1st time netted me 100 points, and I was really not awake.

Go check out this great Michigan web page.

Go Blue!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Hoke to recruits...wanna be the next tom Brady?

Brady Hoke is in the final hours of his 1st recruiting class of 2011 being finalized, and one of Michigan's most famous Alums just added another potential weapon for future Michigan Men.

Tom Brady, who graced the field at Michigan Stadium for 2 years as a Wolverine starting QB, compiling an incredible 20-5 record in his 2 years as a starter, has been named the Associated Press NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

Tom Brady, AP Offensive Player of the Year

Brady played the 2011 season with an injured foot, without star receiver Randy Moss, who was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, and without a star running game.

The Pats won 14 games, and Brady led the young team by throwing 36 TD passes and just 4 INT's.

Brady is now 19th All-Time in NFL passing yards, with 34,744, and he is now #10 All-Time in NFL TD passes with 261(a tie with Dave Kreig).