Monday, November 2, 2020 - 6:40pm
Don Brown's defense suffered another embarrassing outing on Saturday.

The Wolverines’ defense looked overmatched against purportedly inferior opposition on Saturday.

Monday, November 2, 2020 - 11:09am
Michigan's defense is without safeties coach Bob Shoop.

Safeties coach Bob Shoop is not actively coaching at this time, the team confirmed in a statement Monday morning.

“Bob Shoop is not working with the team in an on-field coaching capacity at this time,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “He is performing team-related duties remotely. In consideration of his privacy interests, we will have no further comment.”

Aashon Larkins, a defensive analyst, is currently doing on-field work with the safeties, the spokesperson confirmed.

Sunday, November 1, 2020 - 9:18pm
After Michigan's loss to Michigan State, Joe Milton's success and how the Wolverines will fare the rest of the season is yet to be determined.

A must-win road game at Indiana will be defining for starting quarterback Joe Milton.

Saturday, October 31, 2020 - 4:32pm
Michigan suffered a humiliating 27-24 loss to Michigan State on Saturday.

It’s time to think long and hard about whether this is what the Wolverines want to be. Eight or nine wins every year, sometimes 10. Little chance of beating Ohio State. More disappointing losses than upset wins. And no chance — none — of a Big Ten title.

Thursday, October 29, 2020 - 6:24pm
Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor spoke to The Daily about how the county's stay-home order will impact student tailgating.

The morning after the stay-home order was put in place for University undergraduates last week, Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor was asked whether he thought it would change anything with the first home football game right around the corner — a perfect storm of Halloween, Michigan-Michigan State and a worsening public health situation.

“Oh, you tell me,” he told The Daily. “I don’t know.

“... It should. Undergrads are supposed to stay at home, right?”

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 6:58pm
Michigan's defensive line had a strong start to the season.

At some point on Saturday, Jim Harbaugh came to a realization. He’d been watching his defensive line — watching senior Kwity Paye rip through Minnesota’s backup offensive tackles and rack up two sacks and three tackles for loss — and knew there was nothing the Golden Gophers could do.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 10:15pm
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To put it shortly, the move didn’t work. Mason got pushed around on the defensive line, and by about the fifth game of last season, he started to move back to offense full time. Now he’s back down between 255 and 260 pounds, and back in a role he loves.

Sunday, October 25, 2020 - 6:11pm
With eight rushes for 52 yards, Joe Milton's first game as Michigan's starting quarterback highlighted his many strengths.

In his debut as a starter on Saturday night, the junior quarterback was Michigan’s leading ball carrier, with eight rushes for 52 yards. And that might just be more important to the success of Josh Gattis’s offense than anything Milton did in the air.

Sunday, October 25, 2020 - 1:00am
Zach Charbonnet scored a 70-yard touchdown on Saturday against Minnesota.

The Wolverines averaged 8.3 yards per carry and those explosive plays, they came when needed.

Thursday, October 22, 2020 - 8:03pm
Michigan's season is going to be a tough one.

It’s not how we saw it happening. But the football season is here.

On Saturday night, the Michigan football team will play its first of eight regular season games at Minnesota. Whether it will get through all eight without cancellations due to COVID-19, nobody can say, but the opener seems to be a go. And even with an abbreviated season, we’re excited for kickoff.

The Daily football beat predicts the season:

Offensive MVP