Michigan could seek a fifth year of eligibility for Devin Gardner based on an injury suffered during his freshman season.
Downers Grove, Ill., offensive lineman Erik Swenson can't drive a car, but the Class of 2016 prospect is already driving back helpless defenders.
Logan Thompson had never appeared in a varsity game. But when St. Clairsville (Ohio) teammate and Michigan commit Michael Ferns ran out of bounds at the 1, the freshman got his chance. The result was an emotionally charged moment.
Devin Funchess' breakout game as a true freshman for Michigan is no surprise to his new teammates.
True freshmen are playing early and often at Michigan this season, both out of ability and necessity.
Redshirt freshman Russell Bellomy has moved up to No. 2 QB, which means the tough Texan better be ready to go every time out given Denard Robinson's propensity for getting banged up.
Michigan had 17 true freshmen on the trip to Dallas for the season opener, and 12 actually saw playing time against Alabama.
Desmond Morgan surpised even his father when he emerged as a starter last season as a freshman.
Michigan's offensive line could have as many as four freshmen on the two-deep.
Michigan's seniors survived the Rich Rodriguez era and have put the Wolverines back on a path to glory.
Michigan's players are testing the follicle limits. From long locks to dreads to Elliott Mealer's wondrous beard, the call it "The Flow.:"
Michael Rothstein looks at the storylines that will be pursued the most at media day.
Al Borges said fitting his offense around the talents of Denard Robinson has made him a better coordinator.
Rising sophomore Blake Countess knows there are great expectations when you play cornerback at Michigan. That's why his coaches say he is anything but complacent.
Defensive end Craig Roh is moving to the strong side, where coordinator Greg Mattison envisions him making more big plays for the Michigan defense.
Ricky Barnum was a center once. Now that Rimington Award winner David Molk has graduated, he's a center again and can't wait for the challenge.