Week 4 was a big week for the Big Ten Conference.
The four-star LB saw some action from the Michigan defense up close against Rutgers.
Recapping Jim Harbaugh’s Week 4 appearance on ‘Inside Michigan Football’
Rhule recognizes the challenge of playing against Michigan, but is embracing the opportunity for his team in his first year at the helm.
Let’s dive into this week’s snap count data, courtesy of PFF.
The Wolverines travel to Minnesota next week to take on the Gophers.
Team 144 reaffirmed its identity against the Scarlet Knights.
The Michigan jumped up to No. 12 in the latest ESPN FPI.
Michigan’s win on over Rutgers on Saturday has them moving up the college football ranks.
The Wolverines don’t move in the rankings, but the Buckeyes are on the move back up.
The Wolverines head to Lincoln next weekend as a favorite per the oddsmakers.
While Rutgers kept it close for the first 30 minutes, the Wolverines scored a key touchdown right before halftime.
For the second consecutive year, the Wolverines overwhelmed the Rutgers in the second half to cruise to victory.
Mike Sainristil and Blake Corum discuss what it meant to have Jim Harbaugh back after his suspension.
Harbaugh was thinking about a quote from one of the all-time good guys in football.
Michigan wins at The Big House on homecoming.
A look at what was being said nationally about Michigan’s performance.
Whose performance from Michigan’s victory was worthy of a game ball?
The Wolverines move to 1-0 in Big Ten play.
This is a big blow to Michigan’s defensive front.
You voiced your opinion, and now the results are in!
Friday Discussion: How differently would the non-conference have gone with Jim Harbaugh on the sidelines?
Playing revisionist history, what would have changed had Harbaugh’s suspension never occurred?
The Irish and Buckeyes highlight a great slate of games in college football this weekend.
We are back to preview the start of the Big Ten season for the Michigan Wolverines.