A year ago Wednesday, Michigan’s 2015 season ended in its locker room. Monday, the Wolverines must confront the same obstacle.
Michigan demolished DJ Durkin’s Maryland team on Saturday at Michigan Stadium.
Once again Michigan is a heavy favorite, expected to deliver a performance as dominant as some of the others it has put on already this year.
Ben Braden is a fifth-year senior left tackle, and Ben Bredeson is a true freshman left guard.
The Wolverines weren’t satisfied with their performance, but their offense was efficient, their defense imperfect and their special teams solid.
The Michigan football team has waited for the day they could finally put their feelings about last year further into the rearview mirror.
The Wolverines have lost seven of eight against Michigan State — including a heartbreaker last season on one of the most shocking finishes in college football history.
Since high school, Speight has maintained a relentless focus ahead, avoiding what outside voices may say about him.
The Wolverines turned in one of their best performances of the season to earn the upset.
Some 300 volunteers from nearby Father Gabriel Richard High School take up the difficult task of cleaning up Michigan Stadium every week.