Football

Michigan offensive line coach Ed Warinner has preached not taking plays off this season.

Michigan's offensive line has improved over the last four games under Ed Warinner.

Sophomore safety Brad Hawkins was a part of a defense that gave up 17 points in the first half of Northwestern's game on Saturday.

The Wolverines' defense is No. 1 in total defense, but struggled early against Northwestern on Saturday.

Fifth-year senior defensive end Chase Winovich currently leads the nation in tackles-for-loss with 10.5.

After Saturday’s 20-17 comeback win over Northwestern — a game in which fifth-year senior defensive end Chase Winovich registered nine tackles, three tackles-for-loss and a sack, and more broadly, was relentless — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said it was one of the best games of Winovich’s career.

Fifth-year senior defensive end Chase Winovich led Michigan in tackles on Saturday.

Chase Winovich isn't a captain this season but is still leading his team to his ultimate goal of a national championship.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh's team is near the bottom of Division I football in penalties.

Michigan's penalty problems continued in win over Northwestern.

The Michigan defense sacked Northwestern quarterback Clayton Thorson five times in the second half.

Michigan's defense, under the direction of Don Brown, stepped up to dominate Northwestern in the second half.

Michigan in a game against Northwestern at Ryan Field Saturday.

Michigan mounted a 17-point comeback to save itself from loss to unranked Northwestern.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh will lead the Wolverines into their first road game since losing to Notre Dame.

The Daily spoke to Ella Brockway, a football beat reporter for The Daily Northwestern, who broke down what you should know about Northwestern ahead of Saturday’s matchup in Evanston

Redshirt junior tight end Zach Gentry had the second-most receiving yards of any Michigan player last season with 303.

First-year tight ends coach Sherrone Moore is working with a wide variety of players in his first season at Michigan.

Freshman defensive end Aidan Hutchinson has seen game action in all four of Michigan's matchups so far this season.

Four games into Hutchinson’s Michigan career, the hype is deafening. Hutchinson — barely 18 years old — has publicly tempered expectations.