WolverineNation surveyed 19 departing football players to get their thoughts on their coaches, the community and what Michigan meant to them.
Thanks to the structure and discipline instilled in him by his mother, Devin Gardner waited for his turn under center
Michigan's first spring in the post-Denard era begins Saturday, and Michael Rothstein provides a primer for spring practice.
Much like his senior season, Denard Robinson's final game didn't go how he would have liked in a 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, but how Robinson was going to be judged in college would not have been changed anyway.
The recruitment of Denard Robinson came down to local favorite UCF, in-state power Florida and Michigan, where Rich Rodriguez was serious about playing the prospect at quarterback.
Through ups and downs, through record-setting and head-scratching performances, Denard Robinson has emerged with a fitting legacy: He's a Michigan Man.
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.
No other team in the country can boast of having played the top three teams in the AP poll this season, but now it's a matter of what Michgain learned from losing in each of those three games.
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.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan's best chance to beat Ohio State is to make Braxton Miller one-dimensional.
Some recent recruiting battles between Michigan and Ohio State will have a major impact on Saturday's game.
Sophmore Thomas Rawls and senior Vincent Smith will be looked to in the ground game in the absence of Fitzgerald Toussaint.
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.
On the Michigan Wolverines' senior day, the past, present and future of Michigan all converged with Denard Robinson's return, Devin Gardner still at quarterback and a new role for Robinson.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must control its emotions, make Iowa one-dimensional and win one for Denard.
Michigan's seniors have endured some of the worst seasons in school history but also have helped the school get back on track.