Jim Harbaugh named Brandon Peters as his starter at his Monday press conference, while also discussing injury statuses and Khaleke Hudson's record-setting performance against Minnesota.
Ruiz found out on Friday that he’d won a three-man starting competition against redshirt freshman Stephen Spanellis and redshirt sophomore Jon Runyan Jr.
In contrast to whatever Michigan was running earlier this season — an ineffective potpourri of gap-blocking and inside zone schemes — the Wolverines have found what they’re good at.
The Daily spoke with Richardson about the coaching transition, everyday conversations with Fleck and his impressions of Jim Harbaugh.
Solomon had to change his entire diet. That included giving up his first love: chicken tenders and fries. But he’s already seen the results of eating healthier.
Stephen Spanellis has, as Harbaugh called it, football smarts — and as his performance Saturday showed, he’s still able to be effective, especially when working with Michael Onwenu.
Yes, it was just Rutgers. But, thanks to their new quarterback, the Wolverines seem like a different team now. Here are five other things we learned:
That was the biggest difference between Peters and his new backup. He did all the simple tasks that were asked of him.
After spending a year at Suffield Academy, Brad Hawkins has embraced a move to VIPER with the Wolverines.
The Daily breaks down five things we learned from Saturday night's blowout loss in State College.