Michigan football will have two captains for Jim Harbaugh’s debut season.
Michigan’s defensive weakness in 2014 may be becoming one of its strengths as the 2015 season quickly approaches.
Michigan’s four-star defensive end from Southfield, Mich. redshirted as a true freshman last season. His second year with the team has its differences, headlined by being eligible to play.
The position featured future NFL players Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield, but it was nothing like Michigan — a school that regularly churns out quality NFL linemen — is accustomed to.
University of Michigan junior running back Drake Johnson may have a weakened knee, but his drive and determination are at an all-time high this season as he prepares his return to the Big House field, hopefully as a starter.
Take a look at Michigan’s tight ends and fullbacks; you’ll be seeing them more than usual this season.
Michigan’s thinest position last year is even thinner in 2015 with leading-receiver Devin Funchess (733 yards, four touchdowns) in the NFL.
Scroll through the map to see the Wolverines’ opponents and where they will travel this season. Each location has information regarding opposing teams, including the date UM-Dearborn plays them, their 2014-2015 record and where they landed in the ACHA’s final rankings.
Editor-in-Chief Ricky Lindsay breaks down the recently-released schedule, which features seven teams ranked in the American Collegiate Hockey League’s Division-I final rankings.