Michigan Wolverines season is expected to be much different this time

Michigan WolverinesLocal bookies saw that the Michigan Wolverines recruited someone who could prove to be one of the most remarkable defensive players in the history of the school, and Live betting fans found out that the team has a brand new defensive coordinator joining their ranks. Price per head agents believe that with these additions, 2014 could be year where things completely turn around for the Wolverines.

Michigan’s Live betting fans were very happy to see that the school hired Doug Nussmeier to be in charge of the team’s offense, in a move that many local bookies believe could be vital for their success this season. Price per head agents saw that in 2013, there were games where the team scored in the 60s, and others with rushing yards that ended up being negative. Michigan’s defense was not able to stop most of their opponents, but with the arrival of Jabrill Peppers – defensive back who is well respected by many Live betting fans for his intelligence and talent – the team is widely expected to make very positive changes in that area – changes that price per head agents believe could see them make it very far this season.

Local bookies learned that the Associated Press’ Ralph Russo said that Brady Hoke happens to be one of many high-profile coaches who will be subject to plenty of scrutiny when the season gets underway. Price per head agents know that many fans out there want to see the Wolverines prevail on their trips to Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Michigan State, and things could become very difficult for the coach if the team does not perform well this season, but many Live betting fans see this as being a very unlikely scenario.

Price per head agents believe that perhaps this time around Michigan will get their act together, and their Live betting fans expect to see nothing less than very solid team that will knock out their opponents and impress. Local bookies have high hopes when it comes to the Wolverines, and believe that things for them will change for the better in 2014