Football

Coach Jim Harbaugh walks the sideline during Saturday's game against UNLV.

Without time to overhaul the roster to his liking, Harbaugh has pieced together a combination of contributors in hopes of creating a successful season.

Michigan players celebrate with the student section.

The Wolverines used 254 yards of rushing and two takeaways to power past UNLV.

Jim Harbaugh at his team's game against Oregon State last week.

Leigh Steinberg has seen Harbaugh’s love for Michigan, ever since the first time he met him in Ann Arbor.

Kenny Allen has earned a starting position as a former walk-on.

The story of the walk-on football players buried in pads, buried in student loans and buried on the depth chart.

Chris Wormley has six tackles for loss in two games.

While Michigan fans should have learned by now not to take an opponent for granted, this one feels lopsided coming in.

Jake Rudock will look to limit turnovers against UNLV.

Prior to this season, Tony Sanchez had never held a position higher than an undergraduate assistant at the collegiate level.

Derrick Green could see reps as the No. 2 back.

The Michigan football team may play its easiest game of the season Saturday, barring further collapse by a Big Ten opponent.

Jedd Fisch's goal is for quarterback Jake Rudock to limit his turnovers going forward.

For Michigan passing game coordinator Jedd Fisch, measuring quarterback success is partially a numbers game.

Greg Mattison's fifth year on the Michigan defensive coaching staff is off to a strong start.

In his fifth year at Michigan, Mattison’s defensive line features six fourth-year players on the two-deep.

Channing Stribling meets with reporters.

Stribling has proven himself as a junior, but he seemed a long way away when he struggled in the spotlight two years ago.