Thomas Wilcher made the leap from a Detroit high school to Michigan. Now he's tutoring his Cass Tech players on how to make the same jump.
Enrolling early is a complicated process that's not for everybody, but Michigan director of football operations Bob Lopez tries to make it a good experience.
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.
Sophmore Thomas Rawls and senior Vincent Smith will be looked to in the ground game in the absence of Fitzgerald Toussaint.
While Michigan's coaching staff is doing fine on its own on the recruiting trail, some of its commitments have picked up the ball and run with it, too.
Michigan likes to proclaim itself a running team, but its running backs have done little to bolster that reputation.
WolverineNation's Tom VanHaaren projects the 2015 starting lineup.
WolverineNation's Chantel Jennings projects the 2014 starting lineup.
Fitzgerald Toussaint continues to flounder, but Michigan coach Brady Hoke says he will stick with the player who delivered a 1,000-yard season in 2011.
Michigan's secondary has gone from laughingstock to one of the best units on the team.
Will Campbell came to Michigan with all kinds of hype, but three years later he has little to show for it. He'll be a starter in his final season, and Michigan needs him to stand and deliver.
Running backs at Michigan are expected to perform capably in all facets, and Al Borges says that will include more in the passing game.
The defense put its best foot forward in the spring game, causing turnovers and generally harassing the Wolverines' offense.
Fitzgerald Toussaint looks firmly entrenched, unlike a year ago, but there are still plenty of carries behind him and plenty of candidates to get those carries.
Michigan's secondary returns most of its contributors from a pretty good first season under defensive coordinator Greg Mattison, but the Wolverines need to prevent the big plays that occurred against them late last season.