Sunday, February 17, 2019 - 10:30pm
Declan Mitchell in Michigan football gear.

If you went there looking for Declan Mitchell, he would be the one dressed head-to-toe in sports attire, as he always is: jersey, socks, the whole works. Sometimes it’s Michigan gear. Sometimes it’s a LeBron James day. Sometimes it’s the Indiana Pacers.

A neighbor described him as a creature of habit. He watches sports habitually. He plays basketball habitually. He wears jerseys habitually.

These things make him tick. More importantly, they allow him to live as normally as he can.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - 5:21pm
Pep Hamilton is leaving the Michigan football team after two seasons.

After two seasons as the associate head coach and passing game coordinator, Pep Hamilton is leaving the Michigan football team, according to multiple outlets.

In addition to the Hamilton news, Sam Webb of 247Sports reported that Ben McDaniels will be taking over as the Wolverines’ quarterbacks coach this season.

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 9:15pm
Michigan coach John Beilein said after the game that he didn't know who would step up as the backup center.

Maybe what happened Friday was less a mirage and more a preview of what’s to come.

Maybe we’ll look back on Friday night and remember when Iowa found the end of a proverbial thread and the rest of Michigan’s season began to unravel.

Monday, January 21, 2019 - 9:36pm
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As Mel Pearson sat down in the offices at Yost Ice Arena on Monday, he admitted he was disappointed with his Michigan hockey team.

Pearson had just walked in from the Wolverines’ practice, and coming off a bye week, Pearson’s team didn’t have a great Monday practice.

It was clearly weighing on Pearson’s mind. At one point, he went off on a bit of a tangent, seeming to speculate about why his players were a bit lackluster.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - 10:52am
Al Washington is the second Michigan assistant to leave for Ohio State in two days.

Michigan linebackers coach Al Washington will be accepting an assistant coaching position with Ohio State, according to Rivals.

The move comes one day after the Wolverines’ defensive line coach, Greg Mattison, was named the Buckeyes’ co-defensive coordinator.

Monday, January 7, 2019 - 11:57pm
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has lost two assistant coaches to Ohio State.

What has to change is something systemic. There either has to be a greater buy-in within the program to elevate players to a new level, a change in philosophy to use players’ talents more effectively or an uptick in recruiting that injects Michigan with players too good to fail.

Saturday, December 29, 2018 - 4:50pm
Junior VIPER Khaleke Hudson was frustrated with his team's performance in the Peach Bowl.

When the Wolverines needed their defense at the end of the season, when the stakes were raised, and the opponents were better, the unit wilted. They gave up a program-record 62 points to No. 6 Ohio State and then allowed 41 more to the tenth-ranked Gators on Saturday.

Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 1:54pm
Defensive coordinator Don Brown interviewed for the head coaching job at Temple

Don Brown is in Atlanta, preparing for the seventh-ranked Wolverines’ matchup with No. 10 Florida in the Peach Bowl. Thursday, for the first time since the loss to the Buckeyes and the job rumors, Brown spoke to the media.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - 1:27am
The Michigan football team landed a commitment from five-star safety Daxton Hill on Wednesday.

Daxton Hill, a five-star safety from Tulsa, Okla., officially committed to Michigan on Wednesday.

The announcement comes after a long, strange recruiting process for Hill which originally saw him commit to the Wolverines in September before suddenly flipping to Alabama earlier this month.

After that, rumors still swirled until Wednesday that Hill could eventually end up back with Michigan.

Those rumors were confirmed when the team’s Twitter accuont announced that Hill signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Wolverines.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - 12:56am
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh missed out on the commitment of five-star defensive end Zach Harrison on Wednesday.

Harrison announced his commitment Wednesday via Twitter, ahead of the early deadline for the 2019 recruiting class to sign a National Letter of Intent.