Michigan heightens media restrictions as preseason camp draws near
As the nation turns its attention to the Michigan football team and its season opener against Alabama, the Wolverines are tightening up.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The program announced Monday it will not open its preseason practices to the media, as it did each week last year. Tuesday workouts were available for 15 minutes last year, both during preseason camp and the season itself.
Michigan also will not make incoming freshmen available for its team media day Aug. 12. They were available last year, as well as under former coach Rich Rodriguez.
The Wolverines open camp at 4 p.m. next Monday, and coach Brady Hoke is scheduled to address reporters after the workout.