University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel said Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh "not on the hot seat" Wednesday afternoon.
While a disintegrating offensive line and mistake-prone defense drew most of the attention against Notre Dame on Saturday, Michigan’s wide receivers played their best game in nearly two years.
The Michigan Daily breaks down Michigan's football units before Saturday's matchup with Western Michigan.
Junior Devin Gil and sophomore Josh Russ were in a "fistfight" for the starting WILL linebacker position Saturday against Notre Dame.
Sophomore Brad Hawkins filled the role of safety after Josh Metellus was ejected during Michigan's loss to Notre Dame Saturday.
Michigan's struggles are well-documented for a reason, but its players don't seem concerned.
Nico Collins' performance on Saturday gave his teammates confidence in him.
Michigan allowed three sacks and six hurries against Notre Dame, but the line play looked much worse.
The Daily breaks down five plays, ones that came immediately before game-changing moments, that stood out as altering the trajectory of the game.
Michigan's defense uncharacteristically struggled in the Wolverines' first-half loss.