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Tag Archives: Brendan Gibbons
What can be done successfully at a quick pace in just around six seconds? Tying a shoe perhaps? Not much else, unless you’re the Michigan Wolverines and need to tie a football game. Considering everything that has happened to the … Continue reading
There were scapegoats abound for the Michigan Wolveries’ stunning 43-40 overtime loss to the Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday night, but plenty of people continue to look in the wrong places. Brendan Gibbons missed multiple field goals which could … Continue reading
Just one year ago, we started a new tradition with the creation of The Detroit Sports Site “Sities,” an annual award ceremony in print recapping the best of the year in Detroit sports. Just like 2011, 2012 didn’t disappoint us, … Continue reading
Roy Roundtree made an incredible falling, one-handed grab on a Devin Gardner deep ball in the closing seconds against Northwestern. Continue reading
Miss Saturday’s thrilling Michigan win over Michigan State or just want to watch it again? We’ve got you covered with the full replay of the game. Continue reading
In one of the most unstable seasons of college football in years, it should be widely accepted that one body part has played the most crucial role in the outcome of nearly every single important game. Don’t search out the … Continue reading
Michigan completed a spectacular turnaround with its 11th victory of the 2011 season, beating Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl, 23-20 in overtime. Continue reading
Lost amid Michigan’s defensive revival, Denard Robinson’s play and the emergence of Fitzgerald Toussaint has been the improvement of Brendan Gibbons