Author Archives: Tyler Warner

Charles Thomas Interview

Charles Thomas Interview

Just coming off the heels of our first successful interview, where our very own Matt Baker interviewed incoming freshman defensive back Vincent Gray, we have another one ready for fan consumption. In this edition, I, Tyler Warner, had the honor of interviewing 2019 and current Wolverine commit, Linebacker Charles Thomas. If you don’t know much about Charles Thomas as a player, do yourself a favor

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BluePrint Reacts: Tim Drevno Resigns

BluePrint Reacts: Tim Drevno Resigns

(Featured Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, DFP) Happy Friday to the great city of Ann Arbor, whether you were a fan or not, Offensive Coordinator Tim Drevno has resigned (CC:TheWolverineLounge.com).  With the news hitting the airwaves, blogs, Social Media and everything in between, we felt it would be fun to share our reactions to this news. Think of this as a round table podcast, in written

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Pro Blue: Where Wolverines are Meant to Play

Pro Blue: Where Wolverines are Meant to Play

The Wolverines showcased a school record breaking exodus of talent to the NFL last season with 11 players who wound up having their names called in the 2017 draft. That includes names like Jabrill Peppers, Taco Charlton, and Jourdan Lewis. However, that’s just the draft total, 7 players we’re also selected to join NFL training camps, notable names like De’Veon Smith, Channing Stribling, and Dymonte

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Disappointed – To be or not to be, that’s the question

Disappointed – To be or not to be, that’s the question

Five games into the season and clearly there are some things to be happy about and some things that cause disappointment, as we reflect on the season thus far. The Michigan fan-base is a divided mess, which is not uncommon, as even John U. Bacon has been quoted as saying “Michigan fans aren’t happy unless they’re unhappy” and he too sees things to be unhappy

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A State Divided – Michigan looks to once again dominate MI State

A State Divided – Michigan looks to once again dominate MI State

“A player for the last decade, a series doesn’t make. Michigan looks to get back to their dominating ways against little brother, Michigan State.” Let’s make no mistake about it, this Saturday night against Michigan State, is an enormous game. In every respect; recruiting battles, fanfare, bragging rights and the list goes from there. Michigan won last year’s match-up handily, while State took a big

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Youth of the Nation – A hungry-blue collar defense kicks the stigma

Youth of the Nation – A hungry-blue collar defense kicks the stigma

As September came to a close, the weather was uncharacteristically warm and Fox sportscaster Tim Brando was very busy battling with the entirety of the Michigan twitter fan-base (in a losing battle I might add). That being said Michigan is heading into rivalry week with a clean four and zero record, a record many pundits and analysts claimed wouldn’t and couldn’t happen, due to the

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