2013: 7-6 (3-5 Big Ten)
The 2013 season was Brady Hoke’s third year with the school. It was the first year without superstar and face of the program Denard Robinson. Overall, it was a disappointing year for the Wolverines. It did not start that way however. Michigan started the year 5-0 including a big win over rival Notre Dame 41-30. Quarterback Devin Gardner and Michigan struggled to find their form after a great start. The Wolverines lost an absolute classic game to Ohio State, 42-41, and went on to lose to Kansas State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Looking to the 2014 season Michigan will be returning some key contributors from last year’s team and adding big time recruits. Devin Funchess will be the top threat returning in terms of receiving. Sophomore running backs Derrick Green and Deveon Smith will battle each other for carries. Look for an instant contribution to come from top recruit Jabrill Peppers on the defensive side of the ball as well.
The Michigan Wolverines have the most wins all-time and the highest winning percentage in college football history. The team is known for its distinctive winged helmet, its fight song (“Hail to the Victors”), its record-breaking attendance figures at enormous Michigan Stadium, and its many rivalries, particularly its annual season-ending game against Ohio State, once voted as ESPN's best sports rivalry. The Wolverines will play in the new East Division of the Big Ten along with rivals Michigan State and Ohio State and new conference members Maryland and Rutgers. In both its history of 11 national titles and 42 bowl appearances. The Michigan football program is one of the most successful in the nation. Tom Brady, Charles Woodson, Jake Long, and LaMarr Woodley are a few of the current players Michigan has in the pros. You cannot pass up a chance to catch a game at The Big House in Ann Arbor! Head to Gold Coast Tickets today!