Michigan football spring game, a guide to our coverage
Lon Horwedel | AnnArbor.com
On a day the Big Ten's expansion plans seemingly switched to an accelerated timeline, the Michigan football team saw some of its own players rapidly develop.
Sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson starred in Saturday's spring football game at Michigan Stadium while working with the first-team offense, while highly touted recruit Devin Gardner earned a warm reception.
Receiver Roy Roundtree is making a habit of big-game performances in April, and some of the Wolverines' young defensive players stood out in the eyes of coaches.
Those are just some of the stories you'll read in AnnArbor.com's coverage of Saturday's game. Here's a look at our complete coverage, which kicks off with Dave Birkett's game story:
- Denard Robinson shines in spring game, stakes claim to starting QB job.
- Opinion: Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier receives a spring wake-up call.
- Opinion: Don't read too much into spring game results.
- Notebook: Chilly temperatures, plus Fred Jackson's mystery assailant and more.
- Troy Woolfolk talks about his broken finger, split personality.
- More than 50 Wolverines alumni turn out for flag football game.
- A quick glance at the practice itself.
- Alumni game includes lots of former Wolverines, plus Fab Fiver Jimmy King.
- Fans celebrate return of Michigan football in chilly spring game.
- Free Press: Looking for hope? Seems like Michigan has some explosive options.
- Detroit News: Michigan's defensive backs are ready for redemption.
- Detroit News: No U-M running back seizes a clear lead.
- MGoBlog: An interview with Demetrius Hart's mom.
- MGoBlog: Superficial spring football bullets.
- MVictors.com: Alumni game photos.