Football

Sophomore defensive end Rashan Gary was the top-ranked recruit in his class, but chose to play his college career at Michigan.

New Jersey is filled with college football talent. The problem is that Rutgers is struggling to hold on to it.

The Rutgers football team will focus its offensive scheme on running the ball against the Wolverines.

The Daily spoke with Ryan Dunleavy, a Rutgers beat reporter for NJ.com, to talk about the Scarlet Knights’ season and what Michigan fans can expect to see this weekend.

Junior running back Karan Higdon will have a favorable matchup against a Rutgers squad that has surrendered 159 rushing yards per game.

The Daily breaks down what you can expect when Michigan faces Rutgers for its homecoming weekend.

Michigan running backs coach Jay Harbaugh has pushed his unit to perform at an even higher level of late.

Ever since redshirt junior quarterback Wilton Speight’s injury, reliance on rushing has become a common theme for Michigan.

Sophomore defensive end Rashan Gary and his unit will have an advantage against a similar foe Saturday.

Each team’s passing game is practically non-existent, so both have been relying on the ground game to carry the offense.

Freshman linebacker Brad Hawkins has spent time returning kicks this year while acclimating to his role at VIPER.

After spending a year at Suffield Academy, Brad Hawkins has embraced a move to VIPER with the Wolverines.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh emphasized that the blowout at Penn State is an opportunity for the Wolverines to learn about themselves.

Though they faced a wave of criticism after their first loss to Michigan State, this is the wave that could threaten to bring their sails crashing down.

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O’Korn’s job isn’t in question according to Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

Outside noise continues to surround the man under center for the Wolverines. But taking Jim Harbaugh’s comments into consideration, it’s just noise.

Redshirt junior right tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty has played his way into a starting spot on the offensive line.

Juwann Bushell-Beatty has earned a starting job on the offensive line, bringing seasoned leadership to the struggling unit.

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O'Korn asserted that the Wolverines can still improve this season, but the fruits of their labor likely won’t come until 2018.

As Saturday’s 42-13 blowout loss demonstrated, the Wolverines are not in the same league as No. 2 Penn State. And they never were.

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