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Michigan DBs Jabrill Peppers and Blake Countess show off gymnastics skills (Videos) (Dr. Saturday)
2/27/2015 - The folks in Ann Arbor seem to be really jacked up about the beginning of spring practice. First, new Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said the first day of spring drills is “like coming out of the mother’s womb” and that he would attack it “with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind.” Practice began on Tuesday and Wolverines defensive backs Jabrill Peppers and Blake Countess showed that they head-over-heels excited to be back on the field. TURNT‼️💯 — Breez (@JabrillPeppers) February 25, 2015 That’s Peppers, a redshirt freshman, showing off his gymnastics skills during what looks to be a special teams drill. Peppers, who recently moved from cornerback to safety, missed the majority of the 2014 season with various injuries. The former five-star recruit is expected to make an impact for the Wolverines in the fall. Two days after Peppers’ impressive backflip, fifth-year senior Blake Countess took the gymnast skills to another level. Yall decide! 😈😂 its all fun tho! @JabrillPeppers — Blake Countess (@TheeCount2) February 27, 2015 Unlike Peppers, Countess, an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection in 2014, actually has a gymnastics background from his youth, so that seems like a bit of an unfair comparison. Still, it shows off the kind of athletic ability the Wolverines will have on display in their secondary in 2015. Following the conclusion of Friday’s practice, the Wolverines have a week off before picking things up again on March 10. From then on out it’s three practices per week until the team’s spring game on Saturday, April 4. For more Michigan news, visit . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

Early start: Michigan has 1st spring practice under Harbaugh
2/24/2015 - After running his first practice as Michigan's coach, Jim Harbaugh made it clear how much work lies ahead. Hired by his alma mater less than two months ago to turn around the program, Harbaugh was eager to get a jump on preparations for the upcoming season. Although Ann Arbor is still blanketed by snow, and the weather has forced the Wolverines to conduct spring practices indoors, Harbaugh wanted to get his team on the field as quickly as possible. Michigan opened spring practice earlier than every other Big Ten team.

Former Michigan captain Jordan Kovacs dishes on Harbaugh, coaching transitions after visit
2/24/2015 - Former Michigan captain Jordan Kovacs took a trip to campus over the weekend. He shares his thoughts on new head coach Jim Harbaugh and coaching transitions.

Poll: Best nonconference game in 2015?
2/24/2015 - The talk for the 2015 Pac-12 title is already in full swing, but let's bring it back a notch. Or a few, depending on wherever you might place -- in varying levels of importance -- the nonconference football season.

Michigan student tickets to include need-based pricing
2/23/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan's policy for student football tickets now includes need-based discounts based on federal Pell Grant eligibility.

Photo gallery: Rapper Big Sean, Ndamukong Suh among those at Michigan-Ohio State game
2/23/2015 - Detroit native and rapper Big Sean was on hand, and after visiting with the Wolverines before the game , he also announced the starting lineup . Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was on hand.

Spring preview: Derrick Green's back and Ty Isaac enters the mix at running back for Michigan
2/20/2015 - There are a number of spots one can point to when it comes to Michigan's struggles on the football field over the past seven years. The quarterback play has been inconsistent at best.

Mad Dash: Colin Kaepernick blasts Twitter troll (NBC on Yahoo Sports)
2/19/2015 - Our advice is always the same: Don't feed the Twitter trolls. But if you can't help yourself, it's best to go the route Colin Kaepernick went with his latest hater. All Kaepernick wanted to do is let his followers know how intense a relaxing day in the offseason can be. One heckler had to pipe up and rip Kaepernick for not studying enough, and to quit worrying about his abs. One snag: Kaepernick had included studying in the tweet. Whoops. Kaepernick wasn't putting up with the abuse, firing off three straight tweets that knocked his foe out. Jonathan Toews thinks that getting up out of your seat during game play is a major party foul. He and the Blackhawks put out a ridiculous PSA to tell fans not to get up to go to the bathroom until intermission, with tongue planted firmly in cheek. It's worth a watch. Jameis Winston and Bryce Petty stopped by Ann Arbor to get some quick pointers on the NFL combine en route to Indianapolis. They met with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, who blew both of the guys away. He was so impressive that both ended up singing his praises, almost to the point of making it sound like they'd wish they'd have been able to go play for the Wolverines and Harbaugh instead of their own schools, Florida State and Baylor. We're sure that's not what they meant, but it was pretty funny to read the quotes. - - - - - - - The Yahoo Sports Mad Dash is a roundup of the morning's trending stories from across the sports landscape. Check it out every day to see what's buzzing.

Spring preview: Jim Harbaugh's first Michigan QB battle is set to begin; any takers?
2/19/2015 - There were countless reasons why Jim Harbaugh's hiring at Michigan was the grand slam of grand slams for the Wolverines. Obviously, he's Jim Harbaugh.

Michigan Football: Position-by-Position Grades for 2015 Recruiting Class
2/16/2015 - Jim Harbaugh only had a few short weeks to assemble his first Michigan recruiting class, and he approached the task with "an enthusiasm unknown to mankind." The 14-member class is small, which had a major impact on its overall ranking but addresses important needs for the upcoming season.

Michigan Wolverine Football: About Those Recruits
2/16/2015 - Well the move in of the new staff is somewhat complete; it never will be totally complete until after spring practice. The next little item in this series is the personnel, including the fourteen new Wolverines.

Michigan Football: The Wolverines' Top 2015 NFL Draft Prospects
2/16/2015 - Michigan has been down for the past decade, but rough times haven't necessarily curbed the program's ability to produce next-level talent. Despite a subpar 5-7 showing in 2014, the Wolverines could have four former standouts selected between April 30 and May 2 at the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago, and at least two of them could go in the early rounds.

Michigan's John Baxter says he wants athletic kickers/punters,...
2/15/2015 - While plenty of attention has been paid to Michigan's upcoming quarterback battle, which will begin this spring, the Wolverines have one other area on the field that's completely turned over. With the graduation of placekicker Matt Wile and punter Will Hagerup, Michigan will have a new face in all three phases of the kicking game this fall .

New Vols offensive coach doesn't expect rust to be an issue
2/13/2015 - Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike DeBord doesn't expect any rust factor as he returns to coaching from a two-year layoff. DeBord, 59, spoke to the media Friday for the first time since being hired last week to join Butch Jones' staff in a reunion of sorts. Jones had worked on DeBord's Central Michigan staff from 2000-03 and spent the last three of those seasons as offensive coordinator. Although DeBord has three decades of coaching experience both in college and the NFL, he worked as a Michigan athletic administrator the last two years.

Thursday Morning Brews
2/12/2015 - A recruiting class has come in, half of it assembled on short notice. There's a new coaching staff, multiple position changes on defense, and a quarterback to replace.

Position battles: Michigan Wolverines
2/11/2015 - You might not feel it, but spring is soon to be in the air around the Big Ten. In preparation, we're looking this week at key position battles for each program.

Michigan LB Desmond Morgan says his fifth year's been cleared by NCAA
2/10/2015 - The move has been expected for some time, though the Wolverine linebacker made it 100 percent Tuesday by posting confirmation that he's been granted a fifth year of eligibility via Twitter. Morgan missed the final 11 games of the 2014 season due to an arm injury, and qualified for a medical redshirt -- as he was a fourth-year senior last season.

Michigan LB Desmond Morgan says he's approved for fifth year (Dr. Saturday)
2/10/2015 - It appears that Michigan’s Desmond Morgan will be able to return for a fifth year. Morgan, who missed the final 11 games of the 2014 season due to an arm injury, announced on social media that he’s been granted a medical redshirt that will allow of him to suit up for the Wolverines in 2015. Round 5 is official. Thanks NCAA — Desmond Morgan (@D_Morgan48) February 10, 2015 The 6-foot-1, 232-pound Morgan played in the team’s opener against Appalachian State and made six tackles, but did not see the field for the rest of the season. Morgan’s absence was a big loss, especially after he started a combined 31 games in his first three seasons with the program. In those three seasons, Morgan registered a combined 223 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. Junior Joe Bolden stepped up with Morgan out and was second on the team with 102 tackles. With Morgan back in the mix, the Wolverines have some solid depth at linebacker for new defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin to work with. For more Michigan news, visit . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

ROTOTD: Was Jim Harbaugh's motivational quote aimed at a certain rival? (Dr. Saturday)
2/7/2015 - Welcome back to our Dr. Saturday feature titled "Random offseason tweet of the day." With real games closer in the rear view mirror than they are in front of us, coaches and players will be tweeting about non-football-related things until the 2015 season begins. In this space, we'll try to find the funniest and goofiest tweets of the day. If you see something, don't hesitate to send it to us. Jim Harbaugh likes to use Twitter for motivational quotes. Here's his Saturday installment. Thought of the day - What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive! - Sir Walter Scott — Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) February 7, 2015 On Friday, the high school coach of four-star running back Mike Weber said Weber felt misled by Ohio State. Weber signed with Ohio State on Wednesday and OSU RB coach Stan Drayton was announced as the Chicago Bears RB coach on Thursday. Weber was the No. 1 recruit in the class of 2015 in the state of Michigan and the Wolverines finished just behind Ohio State in the battle for his signature. Are the tweet and the situation in Columbus connected? If they're not, it's sure an awfully fun coincidence. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Frank Clark, Devin Funchess, and Jake Ryan Invited to the 2015 NFL Combine
2/7/2015 - Frank Clark, Devin Funchess, and Jake Ryan were invited to the 2015 NFL Combine, while Devin Gardner was left off the list. Former Wolverine defensive end Frank Clark, wide receiver-tight end hybrid Devin Funchess, and linebacker Jake Ryan have been invited to the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, it was announced this afternoon .

San Jose State hires Al Borges as offensive coordinator (Dr. Saturday)
2/6/2015 - Former Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges is now at San Jose State. The Spartans made the hire official on Thursday. Borges will coach the team's quarterbacks in addition to being the offensive coordinator. San Jose State also announced the hire of another former assistant, Dan Ferrigno. Ferrigno will be the tight ends coach and special teams coach. Borges was Michigan's offensive coordinator under Brady Hoke until he was fired after the 2013 season. In his last season at Michigan, the Wolverines averaged over 30 points per game. However, the Wolverines had significant issues running the football. Michigan averaged just over 125 yards a game and was 102nd in the country. He was replaced by Doug Nussmeier, who is now at Florida after Hoke was fired following the 2014 season. The hires of Borges and Ferrigno mean that San Jose State has former Michigan assistants at all three coordinator position. Former Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Robinson is the Spartans' defensive coordinator. He was Michigan's defensive coordinator in 2009 and 2010. No, SJS head coach Ron Caragher is not a former Michigan assistant. However, he's a former UCLA assistant and both Borges and Robinson have previously coached for the Bruins. - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Tennessee hires Mike DeBord as offensive coordinator
2/6/2015 - Tennessee has hired former Michigan offensive coordinator and Central Michigan head coach Mike DeBord as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. The assignment represents a bit of a role reversal for DeBord and Tennessee coach Butch Jones, who worked as an offensive coordinator on DeBord's Central Michigan staff from 2001-03.

Former Houston QB John O'Korn says he's transferring to Michigan (Dr. Saturday)
2/5/2015 - Former Houston quarterback John O’Korn is headed to the Big Ten. A month after declaring his intent to transfer, O’Korn announced on Twitter that he will join Jim Harbaugh’s program at Michigan. Can't wait to play for @CoachJim4UM @CoachJeddFisch in the BIG HOUSE! #GoBlue — John O'Korn (@JohnOKorn) February 5, 2015 O’Korn, who recently finished his sophomore season with the Cougars, was granted his release by new head coach Tom Herman after he was hired to replace Tony Levine. O’Korn began the 2014 season as the team’s starting quarterback but was benched in favor of converted wide receiver Greg Ward Jr. In six games, O’Korn threw for 951 yards, six touchdowns and eight interceptions in 2014. His sophomore season was a step back from his standout true freshman season in which the 6-foot-4, 220-pound O’Korn threw for 3,117 yards, 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. O'Korn was a Rivals three-star recruit in the class of 2013.  He’ll likely have to sit out the 2015 season with the Wolverines due to NCAA transfer rules. He joins a Michigan quarterback group that includes junior Shane Morris, redshirt freshman Wilton Speight and four-star signees Zach Gentry and Alex Malzone. For more Michigan news, visit . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

Houston QB O'Korn tweets he will transfer to Michigan
2/5/2015 - University of Houston quarterback John O'Korn posted on Twitter that he is transferring to Michigan. The Fort Lauderdale, Florida, native was the freshman of the year in the American Athletic Conference in 2013, when he threw for 3,117 yards and 28 touchdowns. His play fell off last season and he lost the starting job to Greg Ward, who is going into his junior season. New Houston coach Tom Herman granted O'Korn his release last month and now it looks as if he will join coach Jim Harbaugh at Michigan.

San Jose State adds 2 assistants to football staff
2/5/2015 - SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- San Jose State has hired Al Borges as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach and Dan Ferrigno as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.

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Top TE recruit Chris Clark chooses UCLA over Michigan (Dr. Saturday)
2/4/2015 - Jim Harbaugh's arrival at Michigan didn't ultimately persuade tight end Chris Clark to choose the Wolverines. Clark, a native from Avon, Conn., chose UCLA over Michigan. He's a four-star recruit according to Rivals and the top TE in the country. He told why he chose UCLA. "I just felt at home when I went on my visit," Clark said. "Clearly it’s different, I’m an east coast guy but it was pretty easy to get adjusted to what it’s like here in California. The coaching staff is unbelievable. I have an unbelievable relationship with Coach Mora. I haven’t been this close with a coach ever and we’ve only been talking — he started recruiting me earlier this year. It hasn’t been that long of a relationship but we’ve just gotten really close really fast." Michigan has TE Jake Butt returning, though with the loss of Devin Funchess, Clark could have been a contributor right away had he chosen Michigan. He wasn't the only top player to choose UCLA Wednesday morning either. Five-star running back Soso Jamabo from Plano, Texas, chose the Bruins. He's a five-star running back and the top player in Texas according to Rivals. He seems excited about his choice. Officially Committed...Asian Girls Everywhere...UCLA💙💛 — SOMI JaMITCHELL (@Soso_Jamabo1) February 4, 2015 - - - - - - - Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @NickBromberg

Hawkeyes lean on Iowa prospects for '15 class
2/4/2015 - IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Nine instate prospects headlined Iowa's latest recruiting class, which was announced Wednesday.

Recruiting Winners and Losers: Recruits love L.A. (They love it!) (Dr. Saturday)
2/4/2015 - National Signing Day is the annual celebration of high school players becoming college players and teams either getting better or getting disappointed. There were quite a few ups and downs on Wednesday and several teams and recruits that had their fair share of one or the other. The Dr. Saturday crew breaks down the winners and losers from National Signing Day 2015. WINNERS

Michigan announces 14 members of Harbaugh's first class
2/4/2015 - Jim Harbaugh's first recruiting class at Michigan received tepid reviews. The Wolverines confirmed 14 members of their 2015 class Wednesday, their first since Harbaugh took over as coach in late December amid considerable fanfare. Michigan's small class was ranked well outside the top 25 by both Scout and Rivals, underscoring the challenge Harbaugh faced in securing recruits after being hired just over a month before signing day. Harbaugh took over at Michigan after four seasons in the NFL.

Ohio State keeps score in recruiting vs. Michigan, too
2/4/2015 - Early and late, Ohio State was great. The national champion Buckeyes were again, and predictably, the best in the Big Ten in this year's recruiting class. Take a look at the list of the other teams that offered scholarships to the players who picked Ohio State, and it becomes obvious these are elite prospects if the high school statistics, highlight videos or gaudy ratings didn't already make that clear. To further frustrate the competition, the Buckeyes added five players who made up their minds in the final 12 hours.

Receivers top Stanford's recruiting list
2/4/2015 - Stanford coach David Shaw, a wide receiver in his playing days with the Cardinal, was effusive in his praise of the three receivers who signed with the Cardinal on Wednesday. Parade's first team All-Americans JJ Arcega-Whiteside and Trenton Irwin topped the 22-player recruiting class for Stanford. He's a guy you can't cover.'' The Cardinal also picked up safety Justin Reid, whose older brother, Eric, plays for the San Francisco 49ers. Former 49ers and Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh, now at Michigan, unsuccessfully recruited Eric to Stanford, who chose to remain in state and attended LSU.

Former Wolverines tell recruits to 'follow your heart' and...
2/3/2015 - Jim Harbaugh hasn't spent much time in Ann Arbor since he became Michigan's football coach, and neither have his assistants. The new staff has been busy visiting and calling top high school recruits in the hope that several will sign a binding National Letter of Intent to the Wolverines on Wednesday, the first time athletes of the current high school senior class are allowed to do so.

Hackett says there will be more night football at Big House
2/1/2015 - Jim Hackett says there will be more night football at Michigan Stadium next season, and the Wolverines' interim athletic director says he's enjoyed working with new coach Jim Harbaugh since hiring him about a month ago. Hackett was at Michigan's basketball game at Michigan State on Sunday, and he said an announcement of at least one night football game will come soon. Hackett has not said publicly exactly how long he wants to stay on as the athletic director, but he says his wife has encouraged him to stay ''a little longer'' if he wants to.

Wisconsin coach Chryst reinforcing recruiting ties back home
1/29/2015 - Paul Chryst wisely kept close tabs on recruits in his home state of Wisconsin while he was at Pittsburgh. Now that he is coaching the Badgers, Chryst seems to be sliding comfortably back on to the recruiting trail back home with national signing day approaching. ''Certainly in Wisconsin, it's a pride state,'' said Gary Westerman, coach at Bay Port High School in Green Bay. ''One thing in talking with coach Chryst, he said, 'People in Wisconsin want to win football games, but they also want to know the name on the back of the jersey, too.''' Not that Chryst and his staff aren't looking beyond the Midwest for talent.

Viewpoint: Heresy of Harbaugh
1/29/2015 - Muckraker is a term considered to be popularized by Theodore Roosevelt in reference to journalists or reporters just looking to stir up controversy. Now we have one embedded in the fabled hall of Bo Schembechler himself.

BYU football: Cougs will get $1.375 million for September's Big House visit - Salt Lake Tribune
1/27/2015 - BYU football: Cougs will get $1.375 million for September's Big House visitSalt Lake TribuneThe Michigan Wolverines are willing to pay quite a bit more for a visit from the BYU Cougars for a football game this September than the Nebraska Cornhuskers are, it appears. Michigan will pay BYU $1.375 million for the single-game visit on Sept. 26 .

Season report card: Michigan
1/27/2015 - Come and get your grades, Big Ten teams. All this week, we're handing out our marks for every Big Ten club's 2014 season performance in the following areas: offense, defense, special teams, coaching and overall showing.

Michigan boasts bevy of running backs, but Ohio State commit Mike Weber offers needed splash
1/26/2015 - De'Veon Smith led Michigan in rushing last season, but the Wolverines need a splash at running back. - Caylor Arnold-USA TODAY Sports Michigan needs a splash in its backfield, one that hasn't been seen since Mike Hart.

Michigan RB Justice Hayes to transfer for fifth year (Dr. Saturday)
1/26/2015 - Michigan’s Justice Hayes will head elsewhere for his final season of college football. Hayes, a running back, announced Monday that he will graduate from Michigan in April and pursue an opportunity as a graduate transfer. Hayes said that new Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh invited him back for his fifth year with the program, but he decided it was in his best interests to leave Ann Arbor. The four years I have spent at this institution have brought some great memories that I will cherish… — Justice Hayes (@810hay) January 26, 2015 I will always be a Michigan man fans. I love u all. I have had a great 4 years at this school and wouldn't change it for the world! #goblue — Justice Hayes (@810hay) January 26, 2015 “The four years I have spent at this institution have brought some great memories that I will cherish forever,” Hayes wrote on Instagram . “The fact that I will be graduating from the University of Michigan in April will be meritorious. I have earned team captain on numerous occasions, won respect from coaches and players, and most importantly played my heart out every Saturday. I truly appreciate the offer from Coach Harbaugh to allow me to return for my 5th year, but I have decided that I will choose another college to play football as a graduate student. “I'm not an emotional person, but a few days back I cried because I knew it was time for me to move on. There will be people out there that disagree with this tough decision I made, but they won't be the ones that cut me checks in the future. I just want to continue to get closer to God, take care of my family, and be happy.” The 5-foot-10, 194-pound Hayes ran for 213 yards on 48 carries in 2014 – both career highs – as a backup for the 5-7 Wolverines. He also caught 11 passes for 65 yards on the season. Previously, Hayes gained 89 yards and scored one touchdown on 20 carries combined in 2012 and 2013 following a redshirt season in 2011. He also caught six passes for 40 yards in 2013. Despite Hayes’ departure, Michigan still has some solid depth at running back in 2015. De’Veon Smith (519 yards) and Derrick Smith (471 yards), both juniors, will return. Additionally, USC transfer Ty Isaac, a redshirt sophomore, will be eligible to play while redshirt junior Drake Johnson (361 yards) rehabs from a torn ACL suffered in the season finale against Ohio State. For more Michigan news, visit . - - - - - - - Sam Cooper is a contributor for the Yahoo Sports blogs. Have a tip? Email him or follow him on Twitter! Follow @SamDCooper

New Michigan QB commit Zach Gentry has 'an NFL arm,' but...
1/26/2015 - Gentry stands at 6-foot-7, 230 pounds. The four-star quarterback from Albuquerque, New Mexico flipped from Texas to Michigan on Saturday, giving Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines their second quarterback recruit for the 2015 class -- and a player with NFL measurables.

Jim Harbaugh Joins 'College GameDay'
1/24/2015 - New Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh joined "College GameDay" to give coaching advice and shoot half-court shots.

Offseason to-do list: Michigan
1/20/2015 - The reality of the offseason is setting in, and we're examining what each Big Ten team must accomplish in the coming months to be ready in early September. Next up, the Michigan Wolverines under first-year coach Jim Harbaugh.

Michigan hires Harbaugh's son as tight ends coach
1/20/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Jim Harbaugh's son is joining Michigan's new football staff as a tight ends coach.

Biggest winners and losers from the college football coaching carousel
1/19/2015 - Michigan got its man in Jim Harbaugh, but other programs won't be as optimistic heading into the offseason.