Football

Michigan right tackle Andrew Stueber suffered a leg injury Thursday.

Junior Andrew Stueber is out indefinitely with a leg injury suffered during practice, a team spokesperson confirmed to The Daily on Thursday. Will Burchfield of 97.1 The Ticket first reported the news.

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Losing a majority of starters from his top-five defense, Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown stood in front of the media five days into training camp, reflecting upon how last season could have gone differently.

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At Big Ten Media Days last month, Maryland coach Mike Locksley made headlines in characterizing the workload distribution between himself and Josh Gattis.

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For the first time in his tenure as head coach of the Michigan football team, Jim Harbaugh has stability and depth at the quarterback and wide receiver positions.

The Michigan football team self-reported an NCAA violation.

The Michigan football and men’s basketball programs each reported one minor NCAA violation in recent months, per records obtained by The Daily via the Freedom of Information Act.

Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson will likely split snaps with Dylan McCaffrey this season.

CHICAGO — The day he transferred to Michigan, many assumed that Shea Patterson would win the starting quarterback spot. And he did, starting every game in his first season for the Wolverines. 

The Michigan football team has remained confidence in its defense thanks to Don Brown's leadership.

This is, after all, how just about everybody inside these halls feels about Brown. And it’s why — after losing eight defensive starters from a year ago — Michigan has no shortage of confidence in its defense.

“When you look at coach Brown’s track record, I would argue he’s the best defensive coordinator in the country,” said offensive coordinator Josh Gattis. “He’s constantly produced top defenses year in and year out, no matter where he’s been.”

Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis called Michigan's spring game without a script.

After 15 practices, about 90 percent of Gattis’ offense has been installed, he said Friday afternoon. That offense, entirely, belongs to Gattis.

Donovan Jeter has bounced back from injury and hopes to increase his playing time this season.

When Jeter speaks, he does so with firm conviction. It’s clear he carries the bumps and bruises of the last two years with him, and that they’ve calloused into determination. There’s a clear understanding that he knows this is the year for him.

Freshman cornerback Jalen Perry has shown cornerbacks coach Mike Zordich signs of potential, an opportunity afforded to him by enrolling early at Michigan.

There’s a phrase ringing around Schembechler Hall: Michigan’s early enrollees “should be at high school prom.” Cornerbacks coach Mike Zordich described them as “raw” and “green.” Certainly, they’re not ready for college football, not yet.

This is what spring ball is for those who graduate high school a semester early to come to Ann Arbor.