The spring workouts are in the books and the long offseason has arrived. But before diving into summer and the painful wait for football to return, we're taking a look back at the developments from March and April and sneaking a peek at what to expect in the fall for Michigan.
about 881 days ago | Brian Bennett | Michigan Wolverines
The spring game is a preview for the season and with so many early enrollees this year, it really is going to give fans and the media a pretty good look at what next year could hold for the Wolverines.
about 915 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
With the graduation of Jeremy Gallon alone, Michigan lost nearly 43 percent of its receiving yardage and 27 percent of its receptions. Add Drew Dileo, Jeremy Jackson and Joe Reynolds' contributions to those statistics and the Wolverines are looking to replace more than half of their receiving yardage from last season.
about 961 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- After quarterback Devin Gardner tweeted an impressive one-handed catch from Amara Darboh and a good spring game performance from the wide receiver, fans couldn't wait to see Darboh hit the field in Michigan Stadium this fall.
about 1130 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Can a true freshman really contribute at the college level? Is it easier to do so at one position than another? Over the coming weeks WolverineNation will be breaking down the probabilities of playing time and projections of the Wolverines' freshmen, position by position.
about 1205 days ago | Michael Rothstein | Michigan Wolverines
The writers at WolverineNation and BuckeyeNation put their heads together to break down the rivals' 2013 classes. Position-by-position, they'll give you a look at who Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer brought in and, ultimately, which class edged out the other.
about 1313 days ago | Brad Bournival & Chantel Jennings | Ohio State Buckeyes
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- There's no way to look at Michigan's 2013 class and not believe Brady Hoke when he says he's putting an emphasis up front. Not only is it impressive that the Wolverines were able to pull in six offensive line signees, each is big and physical (averaging 6-foot-5, 295 pounds).
about 1325 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines