After a 2014 season in which Michigan’s special teams floundered, finishing 96th in ESPN’s special team’s efficiency rankings, the unit put it all together in 2015.
With nine days to go until the first snap of the season, the battle at quarterback may be still ongoing, but their targets are well solidified.
Dymonte Thomas says Michigan's quarterbacks have been handling blitzes well thus far.
So far, one of the biggest challenges for the offensive line has been reacting to blitzes. It has been a love-hate relationship for the group.
Onwenu, a Detroit Cass Tech graduate, has impressed Harbaugh, playing on both sides of the ball so far in camp.
The quarterback battle is far from over, but Friday night, Speight headed back for steak. O’Korn and Morris had spaghetti.
Here’s what to watch for when the Maize takes on the Blue in the Wolverines’ Spring Game.
Every day in practice, Newsome gets to go up against what he thinks is one of the best defensive lines in the country.