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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
As the Wolverines prepare to face former defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin for the second time, the Daily breaks down Saturday’s matchup.
The Daily spoke with Jermaine Carter at Big Ten Media Days in July about facing Michigan’s offense, his impressions of the Wolverines and what it’s like playing under Durkin.
But nothing snowballed, and now Peters is — based on Jim Harbaugh’s press conference Monday — unquestionably Michigan’s starting quarterback.
Solomon, a true freshman, has appeared in every game this season and started the last two against Rutgers and Minnesota. He has 12 tackles so far, and is making his presence known.
After leading the Wolverines with 12 special teams tackles in 2016, Jordan Glasgow focused this offseason on the improvements that would make him a better candidate at defensive back.
After decommitting from Nevada, Brad Robbins needed to restart his recruiting process. But a phone call from Jim Harbaugh landed him in Ann Arbor, where he is now Michigan's starting punter.
He had seen how Jim Harbaugh utilized an extra lineman on past teams. When he found out Harbaugh wanted him to play the role, he quickly said yes.
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.
For the second straight week, the Michigan football team claimed a comfortable win against an inferior opponent. Here are five things the Daily learned from the battle for the Little Brown Jug.