After National Signing Day, Michigan's recruiting class ranks 21st nationally.
Jim Harbaugh is set to sign his fourth recruiting class as head coach of the Michigan football team.
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.
Dan Enos is on his way out. Ed Warinner is on his way in.
Utah graduate transfer cornerback Casey Hughes will finish his career in Ann Arbor, he announced on Twitter.
In the latest — and certainly not last — rotation of the Michigan football coaching carousel, Scott Turner has accepted a job as the quarterbacks coach for the Carolina Panthers, according to an ESPN report.
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.
It appears Jim Harbaugh has made a significant addition to his coaching staff.
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.