Official Release: '09 Captains, Injury Report

University of Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez announced Thursday following practice the four permanent captains elected for the 130th Wolverine football team. Plus: the official team injury report for the game against the Buckeyes.
November 19, 2009

O-Line Looks to Bounce Back vs. Iowa

Michigan Sr. offensive lineman Mark Ortmann says the line is to blame for the early offensive struggle versus Michigan State and will work to step up its game versus Iowa.
October 6, 2009

Mark Ortmann on the Offense

The Texan O-Tackle on Coach Rod, and particularly on the O-line -- on Steve Schilling and Mark Huyge, and much more.
September 5, 2009

Full Transcript: Mark Ortmann at the Podium

Mark Ortmann at the Podium at today's press conference - the full transcript.
August 31, 2009

Ortmann Dishes the Real Deal

Michigan 5th year Sr. OT Mark Ortmann chatted with the media at the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon last week and shared his thoughts on his individual improvement, the improvement of the offensive line, the parting shots levied by some of his former teammates, the family values in Ann Arbor, and much much more.
August 3, 2009

Dc 12. Mark Ortmann Confirms Michigan Commitment!

Klein, Texas offensive lineman <b>Mark Ortmann</b> was accompanied by his father on his Michigan visit this weekend. <br><br> "Yes sir, I committed to Michigan!" Mark told GoBlueWolverine.<br><br> "Michigan was what he wanted," Mr. Ortmann told GoBlueWolverine Sunday evening.<br>
December 12, 2004

Dc 12. OL Cory Zirbel Tells GBW: He's a Wolverine!

With the big recruiting weekend now complete, except for one visitor who remains until Monday, Michigan will be adding at least two players to the commitment list for the recruiting class of 2005:<br><br> <b>Offensive Linemen Cory Zirbel, AND, Zirbel tells GBW, Mark Ortmann!</b><br><br> GoBlueWolverine brings you the latest.
December 12, 2004

Will Mark Ortmann be a Wolverine?

The Dec. 10 Official Visit Weekend is turning into a big one for Michigan. Big not only in the number of high-profile recruits that will be on campus, but big in girth as well. One of those big 'uns is offensive lineman <b>Mark Ortmann</b> from Klein (Texas) High School. <br><br> GoBlueWolverine spoke Tuesday with Ortmann and got his thoughts on the upcoming visit, and whether he'll make Ann Arbor home for the next four years. <br><br> <b><i>**GBW's SCOUTING REPORT ADDED**</i></b><br>
December 8, 2004