In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes Brad Bournival from BuckeyeNation to discuss the Michigan-Ohio State recruiting battle.
More than 30 prospects in the 2014 class already have offers from Michigan and Ohio State. Tom VanHaaren takes a look at five of the bigger battles.
Junior JB Butler paves the way for senior RB Ty Isaac, one of the nation's top prospects. The lineman is starting to garner major interest of his own.
Downers Grove, Ill., offensive lineman Erik Swenson can't drive a car, but the Class of 2016 prospect is already driving back helpless defenders.
Michigan Wolverines 2013 tight end commit Jake Butt can do it all, including laundry.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The special teams have been a boost for the most part for Michigan.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan just be strong at the point of attack against Alabama's run game.
Five things WolverineNation recruiting writers Tom VanHaaren and Chantel Jennings learned this week.
Recruits say Michigan and Alabama have remarkably similar sales pitches. The key difference is pitchmen Brady Hoke and Nick Saban.
Maurice Hurst Jr. has gone from 5-9 freshman afterthought to 6-2, 290-pound rising senior DT prospect with several major offers.
Class of 2014 defensive end Da'Shawn Hand's recruitment is already frenetic, but the Woodbridge, Va., prospect is keeping it all in perspective.
Michigan freshman point guard Trey Burke has decided to return for his sophomore season, instantly sending expectations soaring in Ann Arbor.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 defensive prospects that are on U-M's radar, but do not have offer.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 defensive prospect with an offer from U-M.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 offensive prospect with an offer from U-M.
Fitzgerald Toussaint emerged to take some of the rushing pressure off Denard Robinson and give the coaches the one-back system they desired.