Jim Harbaugh can learn from Mark Dantonio; Brandon Peters, Dylan McCaffrey enter QB spotlight

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Jim Harbaugh can learn from Mark Dantonio

Forbes’ Roger Groves argues that Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh need only look within the Big Ten to understand how to bounce back after a disappointing 8-4 season: Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio led a dramatic turnaround for the Spartans, his team going from 3-9 in 2016 to 9-3 in 2017.

Brandon Peters, Dylan McCaffrey enter QB spotlight

With Wolverines quarterback Wilton Speight announcing his decision to play somewhere else next season, quarterbacks Brandon Peters and Dylan McCaffrey will likely compete for the starting position for Michigan in 2018.

4-star QB commit Joe Milton to enroll early

Four-star commit Joe Milton announced on Sunday that he’ll enroll early at Michigan. The quarterback from Orlando ranks as the No. 167 player in the 2018 recruiting class and the No. 8-ranked pro style quarterback per 247Sports.

Michigan on the right track

Tom VanHaaren of ESPN writes that despite the loss to Ohio State and Jim Harbaugh’s 1-6 record overall against Michigan State and Ohio State, the Wolverines are on the right track.

Michigan’s strong recruting weekend

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen breaks down why the Wolverines had such a strong weekend with recruits, despite the fact that Michigan lost on the field to Ohio State.

Michigan women’s basketball No. 22 in new AP poll


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