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Ex-Michigan LB Jake Ryan ready for draft process to end, excited for future
4/19/2015 - Regardless of where Jake Ryan lines up at the next level, his key strength should be the same as it was in college at Michigan. Whether Ryan was playing inside or outside at linebacker, his natural instincts for the football turned him into one of the most prolific defensive playmaker of the Brady Hoke era, and one of the top tackle for loss men the program's ever had.

Denard Robinson Could Lose Starting Spot in Draft
4/17/2015 - Dec 7, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars running back Denard Robinson evades Houston Texans inside linebacker Brian Cushing at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Richard Dole-USA TODAY Sports Denard Robinson deserves more touches at running back.

College football | Michigan: Jim Harbaugh must sift through QBs
4/17/2015 - Jim Harbaugh has brought so much crackling energy to Ann Arbor as Michigan's football coach that it's causing people to invent words. "It's Hollywood-ified.

Big Ten East standard bearer Ohio St. expects no drop-off
4/16/2015 - The Big Ten's reputation as an underachieving football conference is so 2014. The pundits are talking up the league this spring, largely because of the achievements and trends in the East Division. There was Ohio State's national championship under Urban Meyer, Michigan State's bowl win over a Baylor team that narrowly missed the College Football Playoff, the start of James Franklin's rebuilding job at Penn State and, of course, Jim Harbaugh's hiring at Michigan. Last year there was a huge gap in the East after Ohio State and Michigan State, which finished three games ahead of third-place Maryland.

Tennessee's DeBord savoring his return to college coaching
4/11/2015 - Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike DeBord's return to college coaching has helped him realize what he missed the most. DeBord is helping coach a college team in spring practice for the first time since finishing his second stint as Michigan's offensive coordinator in 2007. He spent the next five years as an NFL assistant and worked in sports administration at Michigan in 2013-14. DeBord's arrival doesn't signify any major schematic changes for Tennessee, and he's worked with many members of this staff before.

Michigan ex-player convicted of disorderly conduct in Ohio
4/10/2015 - SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) -- Former Michigan defensive end Frank Clark has been convicted of a disorderly conduct charge after pleading no contest in an agreement with prosecutors in northwest Ohio.

Iowa QB Rudock transfers to Michigan and is eligible in 2015
4/9/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Former Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock is joining Michigan as a graduate transfer and is expected to compete for a starting job this season.

Changing places: Ty Isaac gives Michigan another big back
4/9/2015 - Ty Isaac at least fits the big-and-physical description. At 6-foot-3, 240 pounds, Isaac has the potential to be the power back Harbaugh is looking for.

Clear consent is key in sexual assault prevention, U-M official says
4/9/2015 - That's part of the university's campaign to prevent sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April and beyond. Holly Rider-Milkovich, University of Michigan Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center director, said the university is promoting affirmative consent, or verbal, sober and enthusiastic consent.

Illini offense takes big hit with loss of Mikey Dudek
4/8/2015 - The Buckeyes' defensive backs are getting solid work this spring going up against the team's talented quarterbacks and receivers. The Indiana Hoosiers have been patient with coach Kevin Wilson, and the team has shown signs of improvement.

Oklahoma State safety Josh Furman (Old Mill) to attend Ravens' local prospect day
4/8/2015 - Josh Furman is congratulated by Oklahoma State teammate Sam Wren after Furman had a sack in the TicketCity Cactus Bowl against Washington. Josh Furman is congratulated by Oklahoma State teammate Sam Wren after Furman had a sack in the TicketCity Cactus Bowl against Washington.

Michigan fan gets tattoo of Jim Harbaugh on Saved by the Bell (Photo) (Dr. Saturday)
4/4/2015 - Michigan fans are still absolutely giddy that Jim Harbaugh is the Wolverines’ head coach. One is so stoked that he got a tattoo of Harbaugh – and it’s not just any Harbaugh tattoo. See for yourself. So, this just happened: #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/jqlqyDoFsM — Mark (@MarktheNomad) April 4, 2015 The tattoo is a depiction of Harbaugh circa 1994 (when he was the quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts) when he appeared on Saved by the Bell as Screech’s cousin. Apparently the fan, Twitter user @MarktheNomad , tweeted months ago that he’d get the tattoo if Harbaugh ended up becoming the head coach at Michigan. He certainly held up his end of the deal. 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

Michigan spring game gets defensive under Jim Harbaugh
4/4/2015 - With Michigan State in the Final Four and the Detroit Tigers preparing for opening day, it doesn't seem as if it's football season in Michigan. Except when the fans have a chance to see new coach Jim Harbaugh. An estimated 45,000 fans spent Saturday afternoon watching Harbaugh's debut, as he spent two hours marching up and down the field as Team Blue earned themselves steak dinners with a 7-0 victory in the annual spring game. ''I was very pleased with the whole day,'' said Harbaugh, who stationed himself about 15 yards behind the offenses during the four 10-minute quarters.

Michigan spring game preview
4/3/2015 - Jim Harbaugh's first spring in Ann Arbor comes with the promise of change around the Michigan football program, the first public hints of which will c...

2015 NFL Draft: Who the Pittsburgh Steelers have visits with
4/1/2015 - Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory sacks Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner in Nebraska's ago 17-13 defeat of the Wolverines. Both players are set to make pre-draft visits to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

UCLA WR Devin Lucien to transfer (Dr. Saturday)
3/31/2015 - UCLA's Devin Lucien will play at a different school in 2015. The Bruins' third-leading receiver in terms of receptions in 2014 has decided to transfer according to the Los Angeles Times. He could graduate in the summer and be immediately eligible at his new school. Per BruinSportsReport.com , Lucien said "a lot" went into his decision to make the move out of UCLA though he didn't get into specifics. In 2014, he had 29 catches for 225 yards and two touchdowns. While losing a receiver with over 20 catches is rarely considered a positive, UCLA is well-equipped to handle his departure. While Lucien was third on the team in catches, he was sixth in yards. All five of the players ahead of him in the yardage column are returning for 2015. Lucien's most productive season was his redshirt junior year. After redshirting in 2011, he had 29 catches combined in 2012 and 2013. According to BruinSportsReport, Arizona State is a candidate to be his transfer destination. If he moves to the Sun Devils, he could be the second high-profile player to transfer in-conference if Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock moves to Michigan. The Wolverines have been considered a strong candidate for Rudock's services as he's a graduate transfer. For more UCLA news, visit BruinSportsReport.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

First look inside new gym owned by ex-Michigan football player
3/28/2015 - Not everyone is meant to work out at the same pace as a Division I athlete but that doesn't mean you can't use the same equipment and do the same workouts as those on the field. Owned and operated by former University of Michigan football player Ryan Van Bergen and his business partner Daniel Roth, Blue Lion Fitness focuses on providing a high-level program for everyday people.

Source: Dolphins will host Michigan LB Jake Ryan
3/27/2015 - The Miami Dolphins are scheduled to host former Michigan Wolverines linebacker Jake Ryan for a pre-draft visit on April 2, a source told ESPN.com. Ryan led the Wolverines with 112 tackles and also recorded two sacks and an interception last season.

Reports: Michigan giving helmet stickers again
3/27/2015 - Everyone knew changes were coming at Michigan the day Jim Harbaugh was hired. And it turns out that even the Wolverines' uniforms aren't immune.

Harbaugh, Michigan staff to guest coach at Alabama, Texas camps (Dr. Saturday)
3/26/2015 - Michigan football is heading down south. Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff will be guest coaches at football camps in Alabama and Texas in June, per Mlive.com . First, the coaches will head down to Prattville, Ala., on June 5 to assist with a camp held at Prattville High School before appearing at the Showtyme Elite Football Camp in Dallas the following week on June 9. June 5th 2015 will be the biggest event in Prattville High history featuring @CoachJim4UM & @umichfootball coaches pic.twitter.com/v17UikqyWg — Coach Jackson (@CoachJack10) March 25, 2015 pic.twitter.com/4tTPy4iXoN — DallasShowTyme (@DallasShowTyme1) March 25, 2015 Much like Penn State did in Georgia and Florida last summer, these trips give Michigan the chance to make appearances in two of the country’s most fertile recruiting areas. Prospects from these areas may not be able to make it to a camp up in Ann Arbor, so the Wolverines coaches are making themselves (and the program) accessible. The NCAA actually forbids schools from running camps more than 50 miles away from their campus, but since Michigan’s coaches are slated to be guests, they are not breaking any rules. When Penn State head coach James Franklin left Vanderbilt for Penn State and started to set up these recruiting camps, it caused a stir among SEC coaches . SEC coaches are not permitted to be guests at another’s school’s camps and many voiced concerns that others would follow Franklin’s lead. Harbaugh clearly has.  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

Spring Game Preview: New Job, Same Greg
3/25/2015 - Mattison's demotion from DC to DL coach may not be good for Greg but it's great for the Defensive Line. Coming Home.

Jim Harbaugh says he's not worth $5 million per year (Dr. Saturday)
3/24/2015 - Is Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh worth $5 million per season? He was asked the question recently and said he wasn't. Harbaugh was featured on a Fox 2 segment in Detroit and his salary was, naturally, a topic of conversation. Before he signed a deal with the Wolverines that pays him $5 million a year , reports had Harbaugh's potential salary as high as $8 million a year. The $8 million figure would have made Harbaugh the highest-paid coach in college football. At $5 million, he fits easily into the top 10 salaries of FBS coaches. When he was first asked about his worth. Harbaugh simply said "no." When the host brought up the idea of giving it back, Harbaugh expounded. "I like making a buck just like the next guy," Harbaugh told Fox 2 ( you can view the video here ). "I'm not doing five times as much work as somebody else or doing more work than someone who's not the head football coach at the University of Michigan so to answer your question honestly I would have to say no." You can certainly argue that college football coaches make too much money (and how the NCAA economic model is a broken and exploitative one). However, it's a bit premature to say that Harbaugh isn't worth $5 million a year, even if he says so himself. Michigan's coach in 2014, Brady Hoke, made $2.8 million. If Michigan improves in 2015, don't you think all of the added exposure and likely extra revenue for the athletic department with Harbaugh's arrival means the additional $2.2 million per season for Harbaugh is well spent, at least in the short term? Just look at Alabama's Nick Saban, currently the highest-paid college football coach at approximately $7 million per season. In 2013, Saban made about $5.5 million and the football program had a reported $53 million surplus in the 2013-14 fiscal year. Or a number almost 10 times Saban's salary. Given the going rate for coach salaries, Harbaugh appears well worth the contract right now. Of course, things could change, especially if Michigan doesn't improve in 2015 and 2016. We'll have a better answer to the question in a while. 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 Devin Gardner worked out for the Cincinnati Bengals
3/22/2015 - The Michigan Wolverine quarterback will play any position that's asked of him and wide receiver is the position that most teams are applying him at. Maybe he can play defensive tackle.

Michigan's Glasgow suspended amid more legal trouble
3/17/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow has been suspended from the team, and court records accuse him of violating his probation by using alcohol.

Harbaugh brothers a hit at Michigan football clinic
3/13/2015 - Jim Harbaugh and his brother can joke about the time they coached against each other in the Super Bowl, but when John Harbaugh showed up to be the featured speaker at Michigan's spring football clinic, the two siblings were very much on the same page. ''We have to be proactive in that way,'' Jim Harbaugh told a group of high school coaches at the Crisler Center on Michigan's campus. It's our responsibility to be great ambassadors for the game.'' Jim Harbaugh has been a hit in Ann Arbor ever since the former Michigan quarterback returned to the school in late December to take over as coach. On Friday, he welcomed brother John, who spoke for 45 minutes about the responsibilities coaches face and the ways they can make a difference.

Michigan lineman Miller skipping final season of eligibility
3/12/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan offensive lineman Jack Miller is passing up his final season of eligibility.

Michigan C Jack Miller won't play football in 2015 (Dr. Saturday)
3/12/2015 - Michigan will not have a returning starter at center in 2014. Jack Miller, the Wolverines' starter in 2014, won't play football in 2015 according to an athletic department official. Miller would have been a fifth-year senior in 2015. According to TheWolverine.com, the decision came after Miller participated in a few spring practices this season. From TheWolverine.com: Miller spoke with enthusiasm and anticipation following Jim Harbaugh's introduction as Michigan's new head coach. Miller talked about a U-M team that was ready to win, but had to have a little extra push to get over the top in that area. He sounded hopeful that Michigan's veteran players, combined with a new crew of coaches, could accomplish it together. Miller was a rock on Michigan's offensive line in 2014, starting every game. He started four games in 2013. He was an integral part of the Wolverines' offensive line improvement in 2014. With new offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, Michigan running backs averaged 4.6 yards a carry in 2014 vs. 3.3 yards a carry in 2013. Plus, the Wolverines gave up 10 fewer sacks (26) in 2014 than they did in 2013. 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 Spring Football Rundown: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends
3/10/2015 - If there's one thing all of us Michigan football fans know, it's that Devin Gardner had a rough year getting the ball out of his hands and to his receivers. He went from 2,960 yards, 21 TDs, and 11 INTs in 2013 to 1,896 yards, 10 TDs, and 15 INTs.

University of Michigan Pro Day Preview: Devin Gardner
3/10/2015 - Nov 22, 2014; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Devin Gardner rushes against the Maryland Terrapins at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports The Michigan Pro Day will take place on March 12th and it will be important for a few players.

Michigan Football: Ranking the Hardest Games of the 2015 Schedule
3/9/2015 - Michigan's first spring under Jim Harbaugh will set expectations for this fall. Of course, for any coach - let alone one of Harbaugh's caliber - the inaugural season is typically a game of "wait and see."

Jim Harbaugh becomes Oakland A's coach for day in Arizona
3/8/2015 - The Oakland A's added a new coach to their roster on Saturday. The former coach of the San Francisco 49ers and new coach at Michigan appeared in full uniform Saturday, including high socks, for the A's. He coached first base for several innings against the Los Angeles Angels at HoHoKam Stadium. Harbaugh wore No. 4, the number he used while playing in the NFL. He grew up in Palo Alto, California, and played on the same American Legion team as A's manager Bob Melvin, although it was a few years after Melvin.

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3/7/2015 - Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh will coach first base for a few innings for the A's in their first spring training game today against the Angels,...

Jim Harbaugh Joins Athletics For A Day
3/7/2015 - Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh joined the Oakland Athletics during spring training and will coach at first base for a few innings today.

Jim Harbaugh becomes Oakland A's coach for day in Arizona
3/7/2015 - Michigan football head coach Jim Harbaugh was in camp and in uniform with the Oakland Athletics on Saturday at the invitation of A's manager Bob Melvin.

Rutgers closes late, but never really threatened Michigan in 79-69 loss | Rapid reaction
3/7/2015 - Mar 7, 2015; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines guard/forward Zak Irvin shoots on Rutgers Scarlet Knights guard Bishop Daniels in the first half at Crisler Center. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports This has been an exhausting regular season for the Rutgers men's basketball team but they battled to end against Michigan on Saturday.

Jim Harbaugh is in full uniform at Oakland A's spring training (Photos) (Dr. Saturday)
3/7/2015 -   Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is a man of many interests. Not only does he love Judge Judy and Big Sean , he’s apparently a huge baseball fan. While Michigan students are still on spring break for a few more days, Harbaugh took a trip to Arizona to take in spring training with the Oakland A’s. According to ESPN.com , Harbaugh was invited by A’s manager Bob Melvin and Melvin let him coach first base in full uniform for a few innings on Saturday afternoon. . @CoachJim4UM , where’s the Sharpie? http://t.co/uOPv0JbvsI #GreenCollar pic.twitter.com/1vN7rG0g8v — Oakland Athletics (@Athletics) March 7, 2015 Jim Harbaugh specifically requested the high socks. And his old No. 4. pic.twitter.com/1fkpTa41EU — Jane Lee (@JaneMLB) March 7, 2015 Jim Harbaugh will coach first base for a couple of innings today for #athletics pic.twitter.com/ljUoU79hiH — John Shea (@JohnSheaHey) March 7, 2015 Manager Bob Melvin and @CoachJim4UM 's lockers. Coach Harbaugh will don green and gold for today's game. #GreenCollar pic.twitter.com/ymQhf9Vjfg — Oakland Athletics (@Athletics) March 7, 2015 “It’s a great day for baseball, let’s play two as Ernie Banks would say,” Harbaugh said, per ESPN.com. “How does it get any better than that? It’s a beautiful day for baseball, and just have a chance to put on the uniform. I haven’t had a baseball on since American Legion ball.” Harbaugh and Melvin have known each other since they were teenagers growing up in Palo Alto, Calif. “I played on the same team in American Legion, but not at the same time,” Harbaugh said. “Bob was the legend and went to the World Series the year before I was on the team. I wasn’t near the player Bob was.” When Harbaugh was the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, he invited Melvin on the sidelines as a guest. Melvin said he’s simply returning the favor. "I wanted to give him this experience because of when (the 49ers) brought me in, I stood on the sidelines maybe 15 feet away from him, got to watch some games down there, got to watch his meetings, watch his coaches prepare,” Melvin said. “There are a lot of similarities, obviously different sports, but obviously a lot of similarities in the interaction between the coaches.” Following his quick trip to Arizona, Harbaugh and the Wolverines are scheduled to return for their fourth spring practice on Tuesday, March 10. 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

Quarterbacks, coaches, coordinators dominate spring stories
3/5/2015 - In college football, spring comes early. Or at least spring practice comes early. The intrasquad games and scrimmages that wrap up spring practice will give fans a glimpse of what they have to look forward to (or brace for) come September. QUARTERBACK COMPETITIONS You might have heard that national champion Ohio State has a lot of good quarterbacks.

Michigan Football Spring Game: Breaking down the pending quarterback battle
3/4/2015 - MnB's Michigan Spring Game 2015 previews continue with a look at the quarterback battle taking place in Ann Arbor. Perhaps the biggest storyline heading into Jim Harbaugh 's first season as Michigan's head football coach has to do with finding the right guy to man the position that he was once famous for playing in Ann Arbor -- the starting quarterback.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh aids traffic crash victims
3/4/2015 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Jim Harbaugh took a break from rescuing Michigan's football team to come to the aid of two people hurt in a traffic accident.

Jim Harbaugh of Michigan Wolverines helps two women in I-94 car accident
3/3/2015 - Jim Harbaugh and one of the Michigan football program's support staffers stopped to help a pair of women who had been in a car crash on the interstate Tuesday afternoon.

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‼️💯 pic.twitter.com/GrnGLVUX6N — 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 pic.twitter.com/LGy4nhwQI8 — 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 TheWolverine.com . - - - - - - - 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.