Brian's off this week, so I'm attempting three mailbags (today, Wednesday and Friday). Wish me luck. Better yet, send me questions. And follow us on Twitter. Aaron from Minneapolis writes: Jerry Kill and his staff have frequently said over the last few years that they want to recruit bigger, taller offensive weapons, and they seem to be following through on that.
about 31 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Michigan Wolverines
Filling in for the vacationing Brian Bennett on today's mailblog. Because of Big Ten athletic directors' meetings Tuesday and Wednesday, my next mailblog will come to you at the usual time Friday afternoon.
about 73 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Ohio State Buckeyes
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 87 days ago | Brian Bennett | Michigan Wolverines
Spring (practice) has officially sprung for Michigan, which became the first Big Ten team to hold its spring game on Saturday at the Big House. An estimated crowd of 15,000 took in the festivities, which included a non-scoring scrimmage.
about 108 days ago | Brian Bennett | Michigan Wolverines
The first Big Ten spring game of 2014 arrives on Saturday at the Big House. Here's a quick preview of what to expect from Michigan's spring fling. When: Saturday, 2 p.m. ET Where: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich.
about 111 days ago | Brian Bennett | Michigan Wolverines
The best offenses can threaten defenses at the quarterback, running back and wide receiver positions. Brian Bennett on Tuesday examined the triple-threat combinations from the Big Ten's new West Division.
about 120 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Penn State Nittany Lions
There's quite a bit we've already learned about Michigan through this 2014 spring season, and the April 5 scrimmage will reveal even more. However, this spring really only matters because it's a launching point for what happens next season, and it's important to keep that in mind with everything that's talked about this spring.
about 125 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
There's quite a bit we've already learned about Michigan through this 2014 spring season and the scrimmage will reveal even more. However, this spring really only matters because it's a launching point for what happens next season.
about 128 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
Derrick Green's quest to do bigger things on the field for Michigan required the running back to get smaller away from the gridiron. Even during spring break. Green showed up for spring football in late February at 227 pounds, a vast improvement from his check-in weight at 2013 preseason camp -- approximately 240 pounds -- but still heavier than he wanted to be.
about 133 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | Michigan Wolverines