Carlo Kemp got his first substantial playing time on Saturday after making his move to defensive tackle this winter.
The Daily breaks down what you missed when you left the Western Michigan game at halftime.
Before the benches emptied and the blowout took shape, tension fermented inside Michigan Stadium. As the Wolverines’ offense jogged off the field after a fruitless opening drive against Western Michigan on Saturday, boos rained down onto the field.
The Michigan Daily analyzes aspects of the Michigan football team in preparation for Saturday's game against Western Michigan.
While a disintegrating offensive line and mistake-prone defense drew most of the attention against Notre Dame on Saturday, Michigan’s wide receivers played their best game in nearly two years.
Michigan allowed three sacks and six hurries against Notre Dame, but the line play looked much worse.
Michigan's defense uncharacteristically struggled in the Wolverines' first-half loss.
Michigan's defensive line figures to be a strong and deep group once again this season, using a "seven or eight" man rotation.
Shea Patterson understands the expectations for him heading into this season.
In a prove-it year, Tarik Black and the other receivers are looking to improve on last year's disappointing output.