Football

Channing Stribling will compete for a starting position at cornerback in 2016.

The senior cornerback had three interceptions in practice last Friday, a performance Brown apparently deemed worthy of the inaugural Dude of the Day award.

Ty Isaac spoke Tuesday about the improvements he has made in preparation for the 2016 season.

Isaac suffered a disappointing 2015 season but believes he has the opportunity to compete for a starting job again.

Mike McCray should play an extended role for Michigan this fall.

With the graduation of linebackers Joe Bolden, Desmond Morgan and James Ross, Michigan’s most experienced position group suddenly becomes its least.

Chris Partridge has settled in as Michigan's linebackers coach and special teams coordinator.

Partridge has made the leap from high school coach to Michigan linebackers coach in just 15 months, and he began his first spring practice last week.

Jake Rudock has moved on from being passed up for a spot at the NFL Combine.

Since New Year’s Day, Rudock has been preparing for the NFL Draft late next month — “just training, taking class, training, taking class, training.”

Jackson spent only one year under head coach Jim Harbaugh in Ann Arbor.

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh assembled an impressive recruiting class for his second season with the Wolverines.

Michigan’s class of 2015 featured just 14 players, decimated by the program’s struggles during the 2014 season and the firing of former coach Brady Hoke.

Running back Kareem Walker expects to compete for playing time in his first season at Michigan.

As one of the nation’s top high school running backs, no one would be surprised at Kareem Walker’s high self-confidence.

Michigan linebackers and special teams coach Chris Partridge made a splash on the recruiting trail for the Wolverines.

Less than two years removed from coaching Paramus Catholic High School in New Jersey and less than one month after being promoted to linebacker and co-special teams coach for Michigan, Partridge took home Scout.com’s National Recruiter of the Year award.

Former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland and rap group Migos presented together at Signing of the Stars on Wednesday at Hill Auditorium.

With the Hill Auditorium filled to capacity, Harbaugh created a weird, fascinating and fun recruiting carnival that had a little something for everyone.