Michigan’s Don Brown rejects Mississippi State offer; Wolverines could go to Outback Bowl

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Defensive coordinator Don Brown rejects offer

Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown turned down new Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead, who had offered Brown the same position on his staff. Moorhead and Brown worked together in 2011 at Connecticut.

Wolverines could go to Outback Bowl

College football insider Bret McMurphy reported Tuesday that Michigan is “pretty much a lock” to play South Carolina in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 in Tampa, Fla. Teams will officially find out their bowl destinations Sunday.

QB Alex Malzone announces transfer

Michigan quarterback Alex Malzone announced Wednesday he will leave Michigan and pursue a graduate transfer. The news comes three days after quarterback Wilton Speight confirmed he would pursue a graduate transfer; but former Michigan running back Chris Howard argues it’s not a reflection of the program.

Michigan needs QB to compete

Big Ten analyst Gerry DiNardo argues that while Michigan’s quarterback injury woes in 2017 might have been a fluke, the competition level in the Big Ten certainly was not; the Wolverines will need a solid quarterback to compete in 2018.

OL JaRaymond Hall denies transfer rumors

Wolverines offensive lineman JaRaymond Hall denied rumors on Wednesday that he intends to transfer. The freshman took to Twitter to explain that he had “made no decision” about whether to transfer and that he’s still currently part of the team.

Michigan’s Ben Flanagan earns men’s XC Athlete of the Year

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