Routed in the season opener by defending national champ Alabama, Michigan can end its season on a positive note against the SEC ... if it can beat South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must get Denard Robinson comfortable early to win at Nebraska.
Michigan will be on target for its first Big Ten championship appearance with a win on Saturday, but making the title game doesn't provide any financial windfall.
Against Michigan State, Michigan's defense showed capable enough to win a Big Ten championship whether the Wolverines' offense puts up points or not.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan should continue to stress the run and should be fine as long as it doesn't look past Illinois to Michigan State.
Denard Robinson broke Antwaan Randle El's Big Ten career rushing mark for QBs, and Randle El says Robinson should follow his pathto the pros as a receiver/returner.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Denard Robinson must get back on track and needs his O-line to sustain blocks in order to succeed against Purdue.
The Wolverines' 2-2 start doesn't look so bad headed into play in a downtrodden Big Ten, but there still are things the Wolverines must straighten out.
Michigan needs a better Denard Robinson once Big Ten play starts, but Brady Hoke still rises to defense of his quarterback.
Michigan looked shaky offensively for much of the game against Notre Dame, but the defense and even the offensive line late showed some positive signs heading into Big Ten play.
Denard Robinson met his fear of public speaking head on by delivering the players' speech at the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon.
A maturing Denard Robinson will be addressing a major fear of his when he addresses the B1G luncheon representing the league's players.
Oftentimes bowl trips are financial busts, but Michigan turned a small profit from its Sugar Bowl triumph.
2014 prospect Trevon Bluiett is an elite long-range shooter who has Big Ten teams fighting for his signature.
Michigan guard Stu Douglass talks about his four years at Michigan and his evolution from lightly recruited prospect to a Big Ten champion.