Junior cornerback Lavert Hill is one of the reasons cornerbacks coach Michael Zordich is feeling confident.

With Lavert Hill and David Long returning this season, cornerbacks coach Michael Zordich feels good about his unit.

Fifth-year senior tackle Juwann Bushell-Beaty and Michigan's other tackles are vital to offensive expectations this season.

The Daily begins its season preview content, by asking — and answering — five of Michigan's most pressing questions.

Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno (right) is one of the assistant coaches who is returning on the Wolverines' staff.

Michigan still has one of its 10 assistant coaching jobs available to fill.

Fifth-year senior tight end Ian Bunting will finish his college career elsewhere.

Ian Bunting announced Tuesday night that he is pursuing a grad transfer.

The fifth-year senior tight end was once seen as the heir apparent to Jake Butt. Now, he’ll finish his college career elsewhere.

Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown has a new player to work with.

Utah graduate transfer cornerback Casey Hughes will finish his career in Ann Arbor, he announced on Twitter.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has reportedly been in talks with former Arkansas OC Dan Enos.

According to a report from Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated on Friday afternoon, Michigan is set to hire Dan Enos, previously Arkansas’ offensive coordinator.


The Wolverines announced their hiring of Ben Herbert, previously the strength coach at Arkansas and Wisconsin.

Defensive coordinator Don Brown has ties to Al Washington, a new addition to Michigan's coaching staff.

It appears Jim Harbaugh has made a significant addition to his coaching staff.

Redshirt junior defensive end Chase Winovich announced Wednesday that he will be returning for his final year of eligibility.

Despite the opportunity to declare for the NFL Draft, Chase Winovich announced Wednesday, via Twitter, that he will be returning to Michigan for his final year of eligibility.


In the fourth month of Michigan’s 2017 season — bowl month — the same problems that haunted it all year came to the forefront and sent the Wolverines into 2018 with a sour taste in their mouths.