DETROIT — It’s not often that a Michigan football coach questions one of his players publicly. But that was the method Michael Zordich used when junior Lavert Hill missed at least eight practices with a hip and leg injury earlier this spring.
The wait is over — and it’s just the news Michigan has been waiting for.
Ambry Thomas is making his presence felt in a loaded secondary.
Cesar Ruiz has the capability to be Ed Warriner's newest NFL lineman.
Michael Dwumfour has emerged as a candidate to replace Maurice Hurst on the defensive line.
Maurice Hurst’s NFL Draft Combine didn’t go the way he planned.
A source confirmed to The Michigan Daily on Friday afternoon that assistant coach Tim Drevno has left the team.
Patterson isn’t the answer — not in the grand, all-being sense. But he’s a pretty good start on the road to finding one.
Jim Harbaugh is closing in on a 10th assistant for Michigan’s coaching staff.
National Signing Day was mostly uneventful for Jim Harbaugh and Michigan.