Fifth-year senior running back Ty Isaac tallied his second consecutive 100-yard rushing game Saturday.

Michigan's new starting running back Ty Isaac rushed for 133 yards on 20 attempts against the Bearcats.

Michigan beat Cincinnati 36-14 at Michigan Stadium on Saturday.

When the game first began, it looked likely to be an easy day at the office, but multiple gaffes slowed down the Wolverines and kept the Bearcats in it.

Michigan fifth-year senior running back Ty Isaac seems poised to run rampant against the Bearcats on Saturday.

Here’s how the Wolverines match up against Cincinnati in their home opener Saturday.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is looking to lead the heavily-favored Wolverines to a victory in their home opener.

On Thursday, we spoke on the phone with Jason Szelest — the sports editor at The News Record — to talk about the upcoming game between No. 8 Michigan and the Bearcats.

Mason Cole after Michigan beat Florida, 33-17.

Mason Cole had the choice to go the NFL. Instead he stayed in Ann Arbor, and will walk out as Michigan's captain in the Wolverines' home opener.

Redshirt junior linebacker Noah Furbush was a major factor in the Wolverines' new defensive formation against Florida.

The Wolverines are back in Ann Arbor this weekend, where they’ll play their home opener against Cincinnati. Here’s what to watch for when Cincinnati and Michigan kick off.

Junior safety Tyree Kinnel made his first career start against Florida and tallied six tackles — 1.5 for loss.

Between the free safety, strong safety and VIPER — the hybrid position Hudson started at — the three defensive backs — Kinnel, Metellus and Hudson — shuffled through a variety of responsibilities.

Coach Jay Harbaugh has drawn praise from his running backs for interactive approach to coaching.

Harbaugh addressed the media Wednesday afternoon and made it clear that the group will continue sharing carries, while also adding that he wants the trio — Evans, Isaac and Higdon — to virtually become interchangeable as the season progresses.

Senior linebacker Noah Furbush took full advantage of the new scheme, recovering a fumble for a touchdown.

Michigan never intended to anchor its defense around the stack in its season opener. But with the success the formation yielded, there was no reason for Brown to deviate from it.

Redshirt sophomore defensive end Carlo Kemp has learned a lot about Michigan's defense by backing up Gary.

With such a stacked defensive line, he understands that his ability to provide relief for the starters is just as important.