Derrick Green

Michigan Wolverines #27 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 220
  • Seasons: SO

Let Joe Milton be himself instead of lofty comparisons, expectations

Some Michigan fans famously hype players up, but are the first to jump on them if they don’t deliver on their expectations.

The top 50 players of the Jim Harbaugh era so far: No. 40-31

A few young stars with a chance to rise even higher are in this edition.

Harbaugh History: Win No. 5 vs. Northwestern (2015)

Michigan shows that things are starting to get serious.

Michigan-Northwestern recent history

The Wildcats always seem to put up a fight, but rarely come away with the win against the Wolverines.

Michigan-Nebraska recent history: Corn and Blue

Thanks to an expanded conference, it has been a few years since the historic giants have met on the field.

FOW Offseason Project 2017- Is Kenny Hill any good? Part 1- South Dakota State

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Quarterback is a hot button issue for the Frogs after an up and down season, but how much of that was actually on Kenny Hill? We’ll check the film game by game to find out.

2016 TCU Football Preview: Impact Freshmen

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The Frogs relied heavily on true freshmen a year ago, yielding several breakout stars. Who will play that role in 2016 for TCU?

TCU Football Preview 2016: Receivers

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Josh Doctson may be gone, but the deepest system in TCU's offensive arsenal could be even more exciting in 2016...

NSD Flashback: Derrick Henry 2013

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Can you imagine Derrick Henry playing football against high schoolers? Well, you don't need your imagination. It just doesn't seem fair.

What We Learned: Ohio State Week

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Michigan hid their flaws for most of their first 11 games but could no longer do that this weekend against a great team. Finding themselves in a tough division, what can Michigan do to climb to the...

Film Focus: Michigan's Offense vs. Minnesota

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This week's Film Focus includes a film breakdown of how Michigan used Jabrill Peppers on offense vs. Minnesota and highlights the struggles of Michigan's quarterbacks and offensive line.

Michigan Football Midseason Grades: Offense

The offense was just supposed to do enough this season. That's been the case so far, but there have been missed opportunities.