After a 2014 season in which Michigan’s special teams floundered, finishing 96th in ESPN’s special team’s efficiency rankings, the unit put it all together in 2015.
Defensive mistakes came back to haunt Michigan in a 2-1 loss, the Wolverines’ first in four games.
The only notable sign this year has been spring camp, from which Speight emerged as the leader. The coaches and players haven’t divulged any such advantages this month.
With nine days to go until the first snap of the season, the battle at quarterback may be still ongoing, but their targets are well solidified.
After two exhibition games earlier this month and a pair of tune-ups last weekend, the Michigan women’s soccer team earned the result that could make its non-conference season.
Though never a captain, Wilson became a de facto leader of the defense in 31 career starts over four years.
Between Chris Wormley, Ryan Glasgow, Maurice Hurst, Taco Charlton and Matt Godin, there’s enough returning talent alone to make this unit intimidating. And then there’s that Gary guy.
Manuel said that, while he feels the media often creates the attention surrounding Jim Harbaugh, it doesn’t bother him.
Sophomore Grant Newsome was the presumed front-runner, but after two full weeks of fall camp, plans might be changing.
Despite dropping their annual match against Michigan State 5-3, the Wolverines rebounded effectively with a decisive 5-0 win over Toronto.