Sam Webb of GoBlueWolverine.com shares what he learned at the Wolverine's Spring Game.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Shane Morris is ahead in the quarterback competition right now, with true freshman Alex Malzone right there. 15 practices into his career, Harbaugh says Malzone’s early entry is very valuable.
Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno says he's enjoyed the quarterback competition this spring, adds that none of the three emerged as the leader leading up to Saturday's spring game.
Former Michigan standout and Big Ten Network analyst Marcus Ray provides extensive breakdowns on the strengths of Wolverine signal callers Shane Morris, Wilton Speight, and Alex Malzone, and the parts of their respective games that need the most work.
Scout takes a look at five mid-year enrollees in the Big Ten who could make an immediate impact...
Michigan’s haul of receivers and quarterbacks is comprised mostly of players that flew below the radar for most of their respective recruitments, but that didn’t stop them from producing on the football field. That track record for production has new quarterbacks and wide receivers coach Jedd Fisch excited about the impact his newcomers could make.
February 12, 2015
Checkout the signing day capsule -- W/Video -- of Michigan 2015 QB commit Alex Malzone.
February 3, 2015
Which newcomers could step onto campus and make an impact in the Big Ten? Scout looks at five possibilities.
January 26, 2015