Kenny Demens

Michigan Wolverines #25 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 242

Wolverines in the NFL: The 2014 Season Begins


The 2014 NFL season has begun! New to this year, I'll be naming a player of the week as well as one player who needs to step it up. So let's go catch up with all the Wolverines in the NFL through...

Michigan Preview


Michigan was the trendy pick to win the Big Ten's west division until narrow escapes against 3-7 Akron and winless UConn caused many to reconsider. The defense has been an issue recently, giving up...

Big Ten Football Countdown: No.4 Michigan


Devin Gardner looks to get Michigan back into BCS contention.

Michigan waits for the planets to align


Brady Hoke's team has been a rousing success and a slight disappointment in his first two years.

Michigan players in the NFL Draft


What former Michigan players could have their names called in the draft this weekend?

The Unwarranted Overreaction to Jake Ryan's Injury


Contrary to some opinions out there, Ryan's injury, while big, is not the end of the world. Let's all calm down.

No. 1 Michigan defender tears ACL

Michigan will likely have to replace two of its top three linebackers for the 2013 season.

Denard Robinson headlines Michigan's pro day

Denard Robinson continues his path to the NFL as a wide receiver at Michigan's pro day workouts.

2013 Roster Breakdown: The WILLs and the MIKEs


MnB will break down the 2013 roster by previewing an offensive group every Tuesday and a defensive group every Thursday. Today we take a look at another young, promising group: the inside linebackers.

Despite valiant effort, U-M falters late in Tampa


The Wolverines, a 5.5-point underdog, took the South Carolina Gamecocks down to the wire Tuesday in the 2013 Outback Bowl. However, the leaky secondary was Michigan's undoing, as a late Dylan...

Home Stretch: The Three Routes Michigan Will Take

Michigan fans should prepare themselves for the likely possibility of a non-BCS bowl game.

Memories, Northwestern, and "The Tip"


Adding another chapter to the rich history of Michigan football, and an examination of just what makes the history of a football team so great.