Sophomore tight end Sean McKeon was the butt of jokes after catching his first touchdown against Minnesota and shushing his own crowd.

After spending a year under Jake Butt's tutelage, McKeon accomplished his goal of becoming Michigan's starting tight end.

Sophomore running back Chris Evans has scored four rushing touchdowns in his last two games.

As the first few games of the season came around, Evans lost his starting role. But he began getting more carries, and the results began to show.

Sophomore safety Josh Metellus was relieved to find out he wasn't suspended against Maryland, and he came up with a punt block against the Terrapins.

The relief of blocking his first punt may not have compared to what Metellus felt early last week, when he discovered he was eligible to play in the first half against the Terrapins.

Fifth-year senior center Patrick Kugler said that with its own year on the line, Michigan is out to ruin seasons.

But in order to pull off the feat, Michigan will have to play spoiler. The Wolverines have embraced that role wholeheartedly.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh provided updates on the slew of injuries currently facing his team.

The stage for the return couldn’t be much bigger. The fifth-ranked Badgers are out to defend an undefeated record. Michigan is dead set on winning out.

Junior running back Karan Higdon didn't play in the second half after exiting near the end of the first half.

Capitalizing on untimely penalties and forcing three turnovers, Michigan ran Maryland and its fans out of its own stadium. Here are five things we learned from the Wolverines’ 35-10 win over the Terrapins.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh joked that anger is a powerful motivator Saturday, but the Wolverines have a chance to prove his point.

Anger is a powerful motivator, so said Jim Harbaugh this Saturday. Well, it’s time to find out just how true that is.

Sophomore running back Chris Evans rushed for two touchdowns and notched 90 yards on 15 carries against the Terrapins.

The Daily breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s game.

With a blocked punt, interception and 21-point outburst in the second quarter, an already-bleak Maryland crowd flocked for the exits at halftime.

There were a whole lot of empty seats. And really, it’d be hard to blame the Maryland faithful for making the exodus after the second quarter that the Terrapins had.

Redshirt freshman kicker Quinn Nordin missed yet another field goal against Maryland on Saturday.

With no wind, no rain and no excuses, Nordin booted the ball wide to the right of the post — his third straight missed field goal.