For the first time since 2013, the No. 14 Michigan football team will be playing football on New Year’s Day.
The leader of the Michigan football team’s vaunted defense is changing schools.
Butt was the conference’s Tight End of the Year, giving the Wolverines three first-team players along with junior cornerback Jourdan Lewis and redshirt freshman safety Jabrill Peppers.
Peppers also earned the Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year award.
The Wolverines’ surprising season ended with a thud.
The first half lived up to the billing, but the second half turned into a one-sided bloodbath.
Every single year during the “Ten-Year War,” Michigan and Ohio State played in the last game of the season for the Big Ten championship. Now, that has not been the case since 2007.
This sign, reading "WELCOME HOME COACH HARBAUGH," was an open mocking of Michigan fans in their weakest moment.
One glance at Ezekiel Elliott, De’Veon Smith or the box score made it obvious what the Wolverines need to finally fix their Ohio State woes — a run game.
The Wolverines didn’t hesitate to use any of their offensive weapons in any way, but they couldn’t keep up with the high-powered Buckeyes.