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11/29@ Ohio St.L 28-42
11/22 MarylandL 16-23
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9/13 Miami-OhioW 34-10
9/6@ Notre DameL 0-31
8/30 Appalachian St.W 52-14


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Jim Harbaugh reportedly heading to Michigan (Dr. Saturday)
12/28/2014 - San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh will reportedly be the next coach of the Michigan Wolverines. According to CSN Bay Area , Harbaugh has agreed to be Michigan's coach. Confirmed: Harbaugh to Michigan! Press Conference Tues in Ann Arbor — Dave Feldman (@FeldyCSN) December 28, 2014 Harbaugh's move to Michigan was first tweeted by John U. Bacon on Saturday night. Bacon, a professor at Michigan, is the author of "Fourth and Long," a book about college football. I just got off the phone with more sources tonight. It's done. Jim Harbaugh is coming to Michigan - and his friends are flying in Monday. — John U. Bacon (@Johnubacon) December 28, 2014 How do I know this? From his friends who are flying in. — John U. Bacon (@Johnubacon) December 28, 2014 Michigan officials were in the San Francisco Bay Area over the weekend to meet with Harbaugh in the hopes of securing his services as the Wolverines' next head coach. The 49ers play the Arizona cardinals on Sunday. No contract numbers have been reported along with Harbaugh's reported agreement, but a previous report said that Harbaugh had been offered nearly $50 million for six years at Michigan. The figure, if it becomes his contract, would make him the highest paid coach in the NFL and college football. Harbaugh has been the coach of the 49ers for four seasons. He would replace Brady Hoke at Michigan, who was fired after the end of the 2014 season following Michigan's 5-7 record. When Hoke was hired at Michigan four years ago, Harbaugh was mentioned as a candidate. Hoke's record in his four seasons at Michigan was 31-20. Harbaugh was 29-21 in four years at Stanford before taking the 49ers job. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Michigan officials reportedly in San Francisco area to meet with Jim Harbaugh (Dr. Saturday)
12/26/2014 - As San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh's future remains clouded and Michigan doesn't have a coach for 2015, the Wolverines are reportedly scheduled to speak with him over the weekend. Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman reported Friday night that Michigan officials would be in the Bay area and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Michigan officials will meet with Harbaugh. Per The Wolverine, Michigan officials are there "with the intention of closing the deal" after San Francisco plays Arizona on Sunday. #Michigan brass & search firm will be up in the Bay Area this weekend as part of the Jim Harbaugh pursuit, per source. — Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 27, 2014 Michigan AD Jim Hackett & U-M officials will be in the Bay Area this weekend to speak with Jim Harbaugh. So will #Raiders officials #GameOn — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 27, 2014 Before Jim Harbaugh meets with #Michigan or #Raiders , the plan is to handle his #49ers commitments first. But both sides will be ready. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 27, 2014 The longer that Michigan's coaching search has gone and the more that Harbaugh's tenure in San Francisco looks like it will end after the game against the Cardinals, the two parties have seemed like a natural fit. Harbaugh is a former Michigan quarterback. And the interest in Harbaugh is, of course, not new. Rapoport reported previously that there was a six-year $49 million contract offer made to Harbaugh by the Wolverines. The contract would be the most for any football coach in either the NFL or college ranks. Any contact with Harbaugh by the Raiders would need to be cleared to avoid any tampering possibilities as long as he's under contract with the 49ers. Before moving to the 49ers, where he's finishing his fourth season, Harbaugh was the coach at Stanford for four seasons. For more Michigan news, visit TheWolverine.com. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Florida hires Nussmeier as offensive coordinator
12/24/2014 - GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Doug Nussmeier replaced Jim McElwain as offensive coordinator at Fresno State and again at Alabama.

The sports stories we want to remember from 2014
12/24/2014 - BOSTON (AP) -- Meb Keflezighi strode alone down Boylston Street, past the patched-up sidewalks and re-opened restaurants that line the path to the Boston Marathon finish line. On his race bib he had the names of those killed there by a pair of homemade bombs, and on his shoulders he would soon drape an American flag.

OTL Preview 12/23: Jim Harbaugh's Future
12/23/2014 - Is Jim Harbaugh the right coach to turn around the Michigan football program? Why? #HarbaughFuture

Michigan gives Jim Harbaugh birthday shoutout on Twitter
12/23/2014 - Michigan hasn't been subtle in its pursuit of Jim Harbaugh for its vacant head-coaching position. The school wants Harbaugh back in Ann Arbor ... real...

Michigan is just trolling us with Jim Harbaugh at this point
12/23/2014 - The University of Michigan approached the San Francisco 49ers recently to let them know they were interested in Jim Harbaugh. General manager Trent Baalke confirmed this on Monday during his weekly radio appearance .

Notre Dame-LSU Preview
12/23/2014 - LSU and Notre Dame realize elite teams play for national championships.

College Football's Most Valuable Teams 2014 (Forbes)
12/22/2014 - Texas is still on top, but the gap is closing as Notre Dame, Michigan and others draw nearer.

Roundtable: Favorite B1G moment
12/19/2014 - If there's one moment that I'll forever remember from the 2014 Big Ten season, it happened at Camp Randall Stadium on Nov. 15. That was the day Melvin Gordon went off the hinges, running for a then-record 408 yards vs. Nebraska. He averaged a ludicrous 16.3 yards per carry and scored four touchdowns in the most unstoppable individual performance you're ever likely to see.

49ers' Harbaugh mum on reported offer
12/18/2014 - SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is declining to respond to reports that he is weighing an offer from Michigan to become the new football coach at his alma mater.

Fan makes Jim Harbaugh to Michigan video with Matthew McConaughey voice over (Video) (Dr. Saturday)
12/18/2014 - A reported six-year, $48 million contract offer from Michigan to Jim Harbaugh has only increased the speculation that links the current 49ers coach to the vacant coaching position at his alma mater. San Francisco still has two games left on its schedule, so the rumors will continue to swirl. Though it may be stressful for Michigan fans, y ou know the internet is going to have fun with the process. Here’s a great example of that. This video, created by @MaizeBlueNation matches footage from Harbaugh’s playing days as the Wolverines’ quarterback over the audio from one of those recent Lincoln commercials with Matthew McConaughey . Anyone who laughed at those weird commercials with McConaughey will certainly get a kick out of this. Well done. For more Michigan news, visit TheWolverine.com . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

Marketing chief for Michigan athletics resigns
12/17/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Hunter Lochmann has resigned his position as chief marketing officer of the Michigan athletic department.

Huge bid for Jim Harbaugh should boost confidence at Michigan - even if it fails
12/17/2014 - Offering nearly $50 million for a football coach seems preposterous, but it could be the only hire that unites a fractious Wolverines fan base.

Hunter Lochmann resigns as Michigan athletics' chief marketing officer
12/17/2014 - One of the men Dave Brandon brought to Ann Arbor to help change the way the Michigan brand is viewed is no longer a part of the university. A Michigan spokesman confirmed that Hunter Lochmann, the athletic department's chief marketing officer, has resigned to "pursue other opportunities."

Michigan reportedly has offered Jim Harbaugh $8 million a year (Dr. Saturday)
12/17/2014 - Could the Michigan Wolverines be floating an offer to Jim Harbaugh to make him the highest-paid coach in college football? According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Wolverines are offering the current San Francisco 49ers coach and former Michigan quarterback a $48-million deal over six seasons. Sources: #Michigan has made another run at Jim Harbaugh after he initially rebuffed the school. U-M has made an offer of 6 years, $48M. Wow. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 17, 2014 The $8 million per year average would be more than $800,000 higher than the total compensation Alabama's Nick Saban received in 2014. Saban's salary currently makes him the highest-paid coach in college football. The salary compares well to NFL coaching pay too. New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton is the highest-paid coach in the league at $8 million a year. As Harbaugh's time with the 49ers is possibly coming to an end after the season based on a multitude of reports , Michigan has been patient with its coaching search. While Nebraska, Wisconsin, Oregon State and others have made quick moves to hire coaches, Michigan has bided its time. And the longer that Michigan does so, the more it looks like Harbaugh could be the team's target. Before moving to the 49ers in 2011, Harbaugh coached at Stanford for four seasons after coaching at the University of San Diego for three. He was a candidate to coach at Kansas in 2009, but the Jayhawks went with Turner Gill. In his final season at Stanford, the Cardinal won the Orange Bowl. For more Michigan news, visit TheWolverine.com. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Michigan's patience can't end with coaching search
12/16/2014 - The very first thing Michigan's interim athletic director did after announcing he would start searching for the school's new football coach was to ask for patience. In a silly season marked by expedient and unexpected hires, Michigan has been slow and deliberate in its search.

Michigan freshman Ferns receives transfer release
12/16/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan linebacker Michael Ferns has asked for and received his release to transfer.

Miles informs LSU athletics staff he's not leaving
12/15/2014 - BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- Les Miles has informed LSU athletic officials that he hasn't been contacted by Michigan about the Wolverines' coaching vacancy and has no intention of leaving the Tigers.

Michigan Football: Ranking 10 Best Wolverines from 2014 Regular Season
12/15/2014 - The Brady Hoke era ended with a thud, and Michigan is sitting at home during bowl season while Ohio State is playing in the inaugural College Football Playoff. Meanwhile, the search continues for a coach who can make Michigan relevant again.

Recruiting firm screening Michigan coach applicants
12/12/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan says a recruiting firm is screening applicants for the Wolverines' football coaching vacancy.

PAINTER: Sometimes good sportsmanship gets lost in the game
12/11/2014 - We're all familiar with this definition. Those of us who have participated in athletics have been taught that good sportsmanship plays a major role in sports.

Duke says no one at Michigan contacted Cutcliffe
12/10/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- A Duke spokesman says football coach David Cutcliffe has not been contacted by anyone at Michigan about the Wolverines' coaching vacancy.

David Cutcliffe reportedly turned down Michigan job (Dr. Saturday)
12/10/2014 - Was Duke coach David Cutcliffe approached by Michigan about the Wolverines' coaching job? According to NFL.com's Gil Brandt, Cutcliffe was offered the job by Michigan and turned it down. Was told tonight #Michigan officials offered David Cutcliffe their job but the #Duke coach turned it down. Times sure have changed. — Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) December 10, 2014 Cutcliffe, 60, has been at Duke since 2008. After four losing seasons, Cutcliffe's Blue Devils are heading to a third-straight bowl game in 2014 in the Sun Bowl against Arizona State. Last year's Duke team entered the ACC Championship Game at 10-2 before losing to Florida State and then to Texas A&M in the Peach Bowl. Before coaching at Duke, Cutcliffe was the head coach at Ole Miss from 1999-2004. He coached Eli Manning at Ole Miss and was Tennessee's offensive coordinator when Peyton Manning played with the Volunteers. If Cutcliffe did spurn the Wolverines, it's possible he simply didn't want to build another program. And yes, Wolverines, there is some building necessary after the last two years of Brady Hoke's reign. Hoke and Michigan parted ways last week. Per TheWolverine.com , the search firm Michigan has hired for the coaching search reached out to LSU coach Les Miles to "gauge his interest." However, Miles isn't atop the list for the Wolverines. San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh also continues to be mentioned as a candidate for the job. For more Michigan news, visit TheWolverine.com. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Michigan's Funchess passes on post-Hoke era, declares for NFL Draft
12/9/2014 - The search for a new head coach is still ongoing in Ann Arbor. Now the search for a new go-to receiver will officially begin for the Michigan Wolverines as well.

Michigan's Funchess declares for NFL draft
12/9/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan wide receiver Devin Funchess has declared for the 2015 NFL draft.

Big Ten to hire trainers to look for concussions
12/8/2014 - An independent athletic trainer stationed in the video replay booth will be on the look-out for players who show visible signs of a concussion during Big Ten football games in 2015.

Hoke received warmly at Michigan banquet
12/8/2014 - LIVONIA, Mich. (AP) -- Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke received a standing ovation at the school's end-of-season football banquet.

Fan Index Week 15: The top 10 fan bases in college football
12/5/2014 - College Football Fan Index presented by Degree is a cumulative data-based ranking of America's most active and engaged fan bases, as determined by social media and online polling. Here are this week's results.

Ohio State official: Michigan QB Devin Gardner's 'humanity' deeper than rivalry
12/5/2014 - An Ohio State University official has thanked the quarterback at rival Michigan for showing "class" and "humanity" by coming to console the Buckeyes' injured quarterback as he lay on the field. Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett broke his ankle during the fourth quarter of Saturday's 42-28 victory over visiting Michigan.

Michigan considers ban on student-athlete unions
12/5/2014 - DETROIT (AP) -- College sports may be a multibillion-dollar business, but the athletes are students, not public employees, and shouldn't have the right to unionize, according to a Republican lawmaker in Michigan.

Roasts and Toasts
12/4/2014 - TOAST University of Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner for showing compassion to injured Ohio State guarterback J.T. Barrett during The Game on Saturday. The Ohio State-Michigan football game is considered by some to be the greatest rivalry in all of sports, but when Barrett went down with a broken ankle, Gardner knelt by his injured rival's side and consoled him before Barrett was carried off on a stretcher.

State of the team: Michigan
12/3/2014 - Michigan will search for a new coach this month for the third time in seven years. New faces in positions of power give the Wolverines a chance to start over with a clean slate if they want to do so with their next hire.

Next coaching hire will be crucial at Michigan
12/3/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Even if Michigan hires a football coach with Michigan ties, don't expect him to be introduced as a Michigan Man.

Michigan Wolverine Football: Already Thinking About Next Year
12/2/2014 - There were numerous snaps that had Michigan had Taco Charlton, Maurice Hurst, Bryan Mone, and Henry Poggi in the game at the same time. And they held their own.

Ohio State football TV Rewatch: Where Buckeyes will miss J.T. Barrett, a glimpse of...
12/2/2014 - Notes and observations on the Ohio State football team after watching the TV broadcast of the Buckeyes' win over Michigan. I could use 1,000 words to explain what Ohio State will miss now that Barrett is out for the season with a fractured ankle suffered on the first play of the fourth quarter against Michigan.

Michigan fires head coach Brady Hoke (Updated) (Dr. Saturday)
12/2/2014 - The Brady Hoke era at Michigan is over. Michigan interim athletic director Jim Hackett informed Brady Hoke of his dismissal in a meeting Tuesday afternoon. Hackett then confirmed the news in a press conference later on Tuesday afternoon and in a press release .  "I met with Coach Hoke today and informed him of my decision to make a change in the leadership of our football program," Hackett said in a statement. "This was not an easy decision given the level of respect that I have for Brady. He has done a great job of molding these young men, making them accountable to their teammates, focusing them on success in the classroom and in the community. "I wanted to make sure that Brady received adequate time to exhibit the results that would come from his effort and I believe that Brady and our coaching staff had enough time to produce those results and unfortunately they are not there. In the end, I feel that moving in a different direction is the right decision. I wish Brady and his family all the best in the future." Hoke’s fourth season at the helm ended Saturday with a loss to rival Ohio State, dropping the Wolverines to 5-7 – the first time the program has missed out on a bowl game since 2009. Overall in four seasons, Hoke’s record at Michigan was 31-20 (18-14 Big Ten). "I feel very fortunate to have been an assistant and head coach at the University of Michigan," said Hoke. "I will always support the University and this football program. This is a special place and one that Laura, Kelly and I have enjoyed representing during our time in Ann Arbor. I want to thank all of the sons that played for our teams and appreciate the commitment that our coaches and support staff made to the program every day. "I will miss the relationships that I've been fortunate enough to make within this university and community. I additionally appreciate all of the support that our fans, alumni, students, administration and former players have provided our program. I leave with fond memories of my experience at Michigan. Thanks and Go Blue!" After six seasons at Ball State and two at San Diego State, Hoke was hired by former school athletic director Dave Brandon in January 2011, replacing Rich Rodriguez. His first season with the program was a big success. The Wolverines went 11-2, beat Ohio State and knocked off Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl as Hoke earned Big Ten Coach of the Year. Since then, the team's record has gotten worse each season. The Wolverines went 8-5 in 2012 and 7-6 in 2013 before this year's disastrous 5-7 campaign that was marred by the Shane Morris concussion incident. Hoke and Brandon – who resigned in late October  – were criticized for allowing the sophomore quarterback to stay in the game against Minnesota after appearing woozy following a hard hit to the helmet. Morris, who was later diagnosed with a concussion, was taken out a play later, but then was put back into the game for another play later on in the game. Before taking over as head coach at Ball State in 2003, Hoke served as an assistant on Lloyd Carr's staff at Michigan from 1995-2002. Hoke also had stints as an assistant at Grand Valley State, Western Michigan, Toledo and Oregon State following his playing career as a linebacker at Ball State from 1977 to 1980.  The school announced that current Olympic sport administrator and former football assistant Mike DeBord will "oversee the day-to-day aspects of the football program" until a new coach is hired. For more Michigan news, visit TheWolverine.com . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

AP Source: Coach Brady Hoke out at Michigan
12/2/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- AP Source: Coach Brady Hoke out at Michigan.

Coach Brady Hoke fired at Michigan
12/2/2014 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- The quote became symbolic of Brady Hoke's attitude, and the promise his tenure as Michigan's coach seemed to offer.

Forde-Yard Dash: Spoiler alert ... which teams are best equipped to ruin playoff dreams
12/2/2014 - In this week's Dash, Pat Forde lays out which contenders could be in danger and doles out awards for this season.

Reports: Hoke and Hackett to meet Tuesday
12/2/2014 - When Brady Hoke walked through the lobby of Schembechler Hall at about 11:45 a.m. Monday morning, speculation about his job status swirled in the outside world. But Hoke still seemed focused on coaching football.

Michigan Football: Wolverines Who Played Best Down the Stretch
12/1/2014 - Jake Butt, Ben Gedeon and Mason Cole, along with Matt Godin, Drake Johnson and Joe Bolden, were all a part of something that was difficult - or nearly impossible for some - to see this season in Michigan: progress. Now, before bursting into maniacal laughter and clicking to something else - because there sure as hell wasn't anything remotely close to noticeable improvement in 2014, right?! - take the time to look past the 5-7 record and the losses to Michigan State, Ohio State and Maryland, and forget about, if even just for a second, the dark cloud hanging above coach Brady Hoke .

Lasting Image. Sportsmanship in The Game.
12/1/2014 - These are images that define the series in many ways. They don't always tell the story of who won the game but they do always reflect the bitterness that is Buckeyes v.

Meyer: Don't go downgrading us because of injury
12/1/2014 - COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- For most of the season, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has barely feigned knowledge of or interest in the College Football Playoff.

Gordon, Barrett picked all-Big Ten
12/1/2014 - ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) -- Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon and Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett were selected first-team, all-Big Ten and took top individual honors at their positions.