James Ross III

Michigan Wolverines #15 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 227
  • Seasons: JR

5 questions on the linebackers for Michigan in 2018

The best linebacker corps in recent memory should shine, but it still has a few questions to discuss.

Film Focus: Michigan's Defense vs. Rutgers

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A review of the Michigan-Rutgers film reveals that Michigan's defensive performance was much better than the box score suggests, but some red flags may be materializing.

MnB Roundtable Week Ten: Rutgers

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Michigan avoided another debilitating loss in the final seconds of a game, and grew that steel spine some more in time to face Rutgers. The MnB crew discusses the win in Minneapolis, what Rutgers...

Film Focus: Michigan's Defense vs. Minnesota

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This week's defensive Film Focus analyzes how Michigan executed not one but all three of its goal-line stand and discovers why Michigan's defense had its worst performance of the season.

Week Nine’s Best Players in the Big Ten Conference

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The return of Corey Clement, a surging Christian Hackenberg, Will Likely doing the 100 yard dash...and some kid named Blough pantsed the blackshirts. You need to read this...

Staff Roundtable: Michigan-MSU Predictions

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Throw out the conventions of sports writing for this one, but read on to see what's on the minds of the Maize n Brew crew and what they predict will happen in this rather important football game.

Staff Roundtable: Michigan-BYU Predictions

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Has Michigan been practicing their hail mary defense this week? How will Michigan's smaller secondary do against bigger receivers? Do the Cougars have a shot at a big upset? The Maize n Brew crew...

Film Focus: Michigan's Defense vs. UNLV

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Our film review indicates that, except for two miscues of the same nature in the fourth quarter, Michigan's starting defense was about as dominant as it could possibly be against the UNLV Rebels....

Film Focus: Michigan's Defense vs. Oregon State

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Led by Chris Wormley's explosion, Michigan's defense gave an inspired performance in the final three quarters against Oregon State, but the first quarter was so close to being catastrophic.

Closing Arguments: Michigan

A new era begins (again) in Ann Arbor.

Harbaugh at Michigan is gonna be so fun

Michigan should have a stout defense and its best run game in quite a while, and the schedule should create infinite close games; just a slight shift in quality could create the difference between...

2015 Big Ten Media Days: Schedule & Preview

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Everything you need to know about this year's B1G media circus in Chicago.