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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
The show will document the lives of the Michigan players, coaches and staff during the season — both at home and on the road — and also follow the student-athletes into the classroom.
Speight isn’t a “rah-rah” guy, but he is a steadying force. That should be more than enough on a young team that will be prone to making mistakes — even if he is making them himself.
While the Wolverine defense is trending upward, it will face a unique challenge against the Falcons, who frequently run a hybrid triple-option offense that few teams in the country employ.
Lavert Hill confirmed there was a sense of urgency on his part this offseason when it came to his development. As one of the faces of Michigan’s revamped secondary, he needed to be ready.
The real shock of Saturday was that Michigan still hadn’t learned its lesson.
Here are five things we learned from Michigan’s first home game of the season.
A lot went wrong in Michigan’s 36-14 win over Cincinnati. The Daily breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s victory.
The Wolverines were put on upset alert, and it was their own fault.
The junior receiver was steady for Michigan in its 36-14 win over Cincinnati, catching four passes for 66 yards while adding a crucial touchdown.
Michigan's new starting running back Ty Isaac rushed for 133 yards on 20 attempts against the Bearcats.