Defensive back Troy Woolfolk was happy about the team's accomplishments but frustrated at how injuries affected his final season.
Troy Woolfolk and J.T. Floyd bonded while on the sidelines last season because of injuries. Now they compose half of Michigan's secondary, and this time they won't miss the postseason.
Questions abounded about the Michigan secondary, but new position coach Curt Mallory fashioned a unit that was more than serviceable.
Troy Woolfolk likes the fact he has been moved to free safety, where he feels like his speed is better utilized.
Senior Troy Woolfolk has taken the starting free safety job from sophomore Thomas Gordon.
The Michigan secondary didn't experience much succes in 2010, but it has been much better through seven games this season.
The Wolverines say they're wary of Minnesota because it hung in at USC in the season opener.
How much fun was it beating Notre Dame at night in front of nearly 115,000? DT Ryan Van Bergen chest-bumped athletic director Dave Brandon.
Senior CB Troy Woolfolk is determined to batlle back after missing last season with a foot injury.