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.
Al Borges at 40 -- single, childless, carefree football coach -- wouldn't recognize Al Borges today -- devoted family man, father of two, balancing football with home life.
The Wolverines seem excited about playing Denard Robinson and Devin Gardner together, as they did against Iowa, but they aren't saying much about it.
The Wolverines continue to add wrinkles to Al Borges' new-look offense, one that surely is giving their chief rival headaches as they prepare for their annual showdown.
Michigan likes to proclaim itself a running team, but its running backs have done little to bolster that reputation.
WolverineNation's Chantel Jennings projects the 2014 starting lineup.
Against Michigan State, Michigan's defense showed capable enough to win a Big Ten championship whether the Wolverines' offense puts up points or not.
Damien Harris, a 2015 RB prospect in Kentucky, already has a Michigan offer and will visit Ann Arbor for the Michigan State game.
Roy Roundtree has only 11 receptions through six games, but more might be coming his way.
Michigan needs a better Denard Robinson once Big Ten play starts, but Brady Hoke still rises to defense of his quarterback.
The first night game in Michigan history turned into a magical night, a 17-point comeback in the final quarter to beat Notre Dame. The Wolverines reflect on the big night in the Big House.
Devin Funchess' breakout game as a true freshman for Michigan is no surprise to his new teammates.
Denard Robinson's passing numbers under center are shockingly efficient. It's a small sample size, but rating actually is better than Andrew Luck's at Stanford last season.
The Michigan Wolverines' deficiencies on the lines -- both offensive and defensive were alarming against Air Force on Saturday.
Al Borges defended hsi gameplan against Alabama on Tuesday, saying he would't have done much differently.
Devin Gardner is trying to juggle responsibilities at QB and WR under Al Borges, but he isn't Borges' first player to do it.