Former Michigan defensive tackle Will Campbell finally lived up to his potential in his senior season after admittedly being "lazy" when he came to Ann Arbor.
When the final seconds of Michigan's 42-17 Senior Day victory over Iowa wound down, the Wolverines' Class of 2013 realized that they'll be suited up for Michigan's next home game.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that if all else fails the Wolverines should remember that Denard Robinson has worked miracles agaisnt Notre Dame before.
Brady Hoke isn't a fan of recruits enrolling early, preferring they enjoy their final year of high school, but he knows he can't stop the trend.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
Michigan freshman point guard Trey Burke has decided to return for his sophomore season, instantly sending expectations soaring in Ann Arbor.
Michigan is at its best when Tim Hardaway is knocking down shots and Trey Burke is both scoring and setting up teammates.
Defensive back Troy Woolfolk was happy about the team's accomplishments but frustrated at how injuries affected his final season.
Martavious Odoms' career got off to a fast start, but injuries cost him part of his final two seasons in maize and blue.
Defensive tackle Will Heininger made the journey from walk-on to starter as a senior, but an injury cost him his final game, the Sugar Bowl.
ILB Joe Bolden, an early enrollee, cracked into the final ESPNU 150, giving Michigan four commits among the elite group.
In 2012, Michigan will have to replace some of its most reliable players due to graduation along the defensive line.
Chicago OT Jordan Diamond has been moving along slowly, but he says that doesn't mean Michigan is out of his mix.
Puyallup, Wa., tackle Joshua Garnett is focused on final exams, even as he narrows his football recruiting finalists to Michigan, Notre Dame and Stanford.
Michigan would like to fill two spots in the 2012 class with offensive linemen, and the coaches already have made a bunch of offers in the trenches for 2013.
Michigan looks to put finishing touches on highly ranked class with a couple of wide receivers and a top offensive tackle.