Interest abounds at the skill positions heading into the Michigan spring game, but few questions at RB and WR are likely to be answered.
Michigan's first spring in the post-Denard era begins Saturday, and Michael Rothstein provides a primer for spring practice.
Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison has added a new wrinkle in his base 4-3, often sending a linebacker out over a receiver when facing spread offenses.
Michigan sophomore linebacker Jake Ryan has combined being a bit of a daredevil with his football lineague to become a breakout star this season.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The defense line features three new starters and has taken time to jell, but it just might be coming around.
Michigan bounced back to beat Air Force, albeit without the progress the Wolverines had hoped for.
Michigan's players are testing the follicle limits. From long locks to dreads to Elliott Mealer's wondrous beard, the call it "The Flow.:"
Michigan's linebackers must be the quarterbacks of Greg Mattison's defense.
In part one of an anonymous survey, Michigan's outgoing seniors talk frankly about which teammates they'd go to battle with, which will break out and Rich Rodriguez.
In 2012, Michigan will have to replace some of its most reliable players due to graduation along the defensive line.
Brady Hoke believes in playing youth and showed it with Michigan's linebacking corps, which had two freshman flanking junior Kenny Demens.
The revamped Michigan defense that has played so well this season hasn't been afraid to lean on some freshmen for help.
The Michigan linebackers are young and have struggled at times adusting to Greg Mattison's 4-3 after playing in a 3-3-5 the past three years.