Stephen Hopkins

Michigan Wolverines #33 - Running Back

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 240

For Better Or Worse: TE and FB

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Michigan has a lot of offensive weapons to unleash at the TE and FB position. Now, it just needs to make sense of who goes where.

A brief look at the USC D vs. Clemson

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Despite not having their starting quarterback, South Carolina grabbed a victory on the road against Clemson, in large part because of the defense, which gave up just three points after allowing 14...

Jerald Robinson leaves Michigan football team

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On Friday, wide receiver Jerald Robinson became the third player to leave the Michigan football program since the end of the regular season. Robinson finished his Michigan career with five catches...

Monday Recruiting Roundup

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MRR updates you on the latest Michigan football recruiting rumblings. How does Michigan finish off the class of 2013? Who are the newest 2014 offers? That and more.

Stephen Hopkins leaves Michigan football team

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke announced that fullback Stephen Hopkins has left the team.

Michigan's Smith, Hopkins will return on Saturday

Michigan running backs Vincent Smith and Stephen Hopkins will be back on the field for the Wolverines on Saturday, after recovering from injuries.

Beyer expected to return this week for Michigan

Michigan DE Brennan Beyer should be back on the field this week after missing the last two games with a knee injury.

Michigan Vs. Notre Dame: Desmond Morgan Expected To Return For Wolverines

Linebacker Desmond Morgan should be back for Saturday's game against Notre Dame.

Michigan Vs. UMass Injury Report: Stephen Hopkins And Desmond Morgan Are Questionable

Michigan's Stephen Hopkins and Desmond Morgan are questionable Saturday against UMass.

2012 Michigan Season Preview: Running Backs

Previewing Michigan's running backs, including suspended star Fitzgerald Toussaint, promising sophomore Thomas Rawls, and dependable senior Vincent Smith.

Big Ten at Ten 8.16.12: You Know, Where Numbers are Relative

Big Ten at Ten 8.16.12: You Know, Where Numbers are Relative