Michigan QB Brandon Peters ready to fight for job; RB Karan Higdon’s 2011 mindset

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QB Brandon Peters ready to fight for job

Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters said he’s prepared for a quarterback battle if quarterback Wilton Speight, who is reportedly recovering quickly from fractured vertebrae, returns to the team this season.

Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno said Wednesday that Peters has the right mental makeup to excel, adding he was please with how the quarterback played against Minnesota.

RB Karan Higdon’s 2011 mindset

Wolverines running back Karan Higdon could soon become Michigan’s first 1,000-yard running back since 2011. He’s currently 196 yards short of reaching the milestone.

Quinn Nordin battles kicking woes

Wolverines kicker Quinn Nordin knows that his game has been off recently. Until the Penn State game, Nordin had made all 17 of his point-after attempts, but has missed two in recent weeks.

Georgia TE Tommy Tremble likes Michigan

Norcross (Ga.) Wesleyan tight end Tommy Tremble has cut his list down to four schools: Michigan, Georgia, Notre Dame and UCLA. Tremble will visit the Wolverines on Nov. 25 when they host Ohio State.

Wolverines punter recalls recruitment

Michigan freshman punter Brad Robbins has averaged 40.8 yards on punts this season. But at this time last year, his future was uncertain.

Michigan women’s basketball class ranked No. 11 by ESPN


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