For the second year in a row -- but only the fourth time in history -- the Super Bowl will be played without a former Trojans player in uniform.
WolverineNation's Chantel Jennings projects the 2014 starting lineup.
Damien Harris, a 2015 RB prospect in Kentucky, already has a Michigan offer and will visit Ann Arbor for the Michigan State game.
Greg Katz thought he was done with talking about the college football playoff. But Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick's comments got him going again.
LSU has brought in some of the nation's top recruits, but some players, such as Ryan Perrilloux and Al Woods, never lived up to expectations.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan appears to be eager to play on the national stage in a BCS game, and that's half the battle in a bowl game.
Al Borges came to Michigan with the intent to run a pro-style offense but adjusted his principles better to take advantage of the Wolverines' personnel, led by junior QB Denard Robinson.
New offensive coordinator Al Borges has mostly hit the right notes while attempting to merge spread elements with his preferred pro-style scheme.
Michigan's new coaching staff eventually will run a pro-style offense, but it's QB play won't reflect that until future prospects arrive on campus.
The Wolverines will need to add prospects both at wide receiver and tight end to round out their 2012 class.
The Michigan offensive line has had to learn a completely new scheme because of a coaching change. The unit is held together by ESPN.com Midseason All-American C David Molk.
Michigan's current roster of running backs doesn't exactly fit the bill for the preferred style of Brady Hoke and Al Borges, but they have had their moments this season.
Steve Bisheff looks forward to seeing George Farmer at running back and remembers Al Davis.
2013 QB commit Shane Morris says he loves the mind of Al Borges, but for now he's focused on winning a state title at De La Salle.
The Michigan offense has been propelled in the non-conference schedule by the legs of Denard Robinson. His passing arm is another story.
2013 QB commit Shane Morris is growing into the game's most demanding position on and off the field.