Category: Michigan Football Doppelgänger



Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Jourdan Lewis

5 months ago

Script by Inside The Huddle. In the pantheon of Michigan football tradition, no defensive position group has produced more first-team All-Americans than defensive back, with 15, including cornerbacks Leon Hall,...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Taco Charlton

5 months ago

Script by Inside The Huddle. Taco Charlton is ready for a starting role. In the last three games of the 2015 regular season, Charlton seized the opportunity. The 6-6, 272-pound defensive end from Pickerington, ...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Jake Butt

5 months ago

Script by Inside The Huddle. When I spoke to tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh at Michigan Media Day Sunday, I wondered if he and senior Jake Butt talk about the fact that by year’s end Butt should be the most acco...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: De’Veon Smith

5 months ago

Script by Inside The Huddle. On Sunday, Michigan held Media Day, its unofficial kickoff for the 2016 season, and while coach Jim Harbaugh believes strongly in his meritocracy, it was made clear by running backs...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Amara Darboh

5 months ago

Script by Geoffrey Chiles, Inside The Huddle. Amara Darboh grew exponentially as a wide receiver from his redshirt sophomore to junior seasons. The 6-2, 215-pound wideout went from Michigan’s No. 2 receiver in ...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Chris Wormley

5 months ago

Script by Inside The Huddle A 6-5, 303-pound fifth-year senior, Chris Wormley is a rare specimen. If he starts at defensive end, he’d be the heaviest defensive end Michigan has ever had. However, the talk is th...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Jabrill Peppers

6 months ago

The writer/narrator of this series Michael Spath didn't tell me who Jabrill's Doppelgänger is, so I was trying to guess along with you while I was editing the video. Charles Woodson seems like an obvious choice given ...

Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Jehu Chesson

6 months ago

I don't actually know much about Michael Spath. I heard he was at The Wolverine since he was about 14, and now he's got a new radio show on WTKA starting August 15. He writes scripts about Michigan football and reads ...