Kyle Bosch is eager to join the Michigan Wolverines.
Michigan players relish a complete shutout victory against Illinois, which thoughts turn to ending a four-game losing streak to Michigan State next week.
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.
Michigan is amon five finalists for top 2013 WR Laquon Treadwell, but the Illinois native is in no hurry to make his choice.
Parrker Westphal learned from his older brother about dealing with the recruiting process. Parrker is taking his time, but has found a standard bearer in Michigan.
Five-star OL Ethan Pocic has a Michigan offer, but he's planning to take his time, as well as take visits throughout the country.
Michigan has had varied success in recruiting linemen from Illinois, but it's never seen as deep an OL crop as Illinois has in the 2013 class.
The Michigan defense looked shaky but held up in the red zone, limiting Michigan to just one touchdown in six trips.
The Wolverines enter the Maui tournament undefeated, untested and so far unimpressive.
Michigan showed glimpses of its No. 17 ranking, but too few in lackadaisical win over Western Illinois.
Western Illinois senior guard Ceola Clark III turns heads with 21-point performance; Jordan Morgan steps up in second half for Michigan.
Resurgent running game has Brady Hoke rethinking Michigan's offense.
On further review, Michigan played easily its best road game this season in battering Illinois, 31-14.
A year after defense was a laughable word during Michigan's 67-65 triple-overtime win over the Illini, it was the Michigan defense that beat Illinois.
Sophomore quarterback Devin Gardner replaced injured Denard Robinson to finish off a Michigan win over Illinois.
In his keys to the game, Michael Rothstein writes of Michigan's need to stop Illinois' dynamic passing combination of Nathan Scheelhaase to A.J. Jenkins.