Michigan QB Wilton Speight to transfer; Wolverines only missing QB vs. Ohio State

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QB Wilton Speight to transfer

Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight announced his decision Sunday to play for another team next year. Speight made the announcement on his Instagram and thanked coaches, players and fans.

Wolverines only missing QB vs. Ohio State

Shawn Windsor of the Detroit Free Press argues that the Wolverines were undone by their inability to keep their starting quarterbacks healthy, and that came back to bite them in the 31-20 loss to Ohio State on Saturday.

QB John O’Korn tears up after loss

Michigan quarterback John O’Korn teared up after losing to Ohio State. O’Korn blamed himself for the loss to the Buckeyes, saying “I can’t imagine a worse feeling right now.”

Jim Harbaugh to blame for rivalry woes

Shawn Windsor of the Detroit Free Press points out that though Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh doesn’t deserve all the blame for his 1-5 record against Michigan rivals, the notion that Harbaugh is a quarterback whisperer should end.

Pep Hamilton a candidate for Arizona State job

Michigan passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton is reportedly a candidate to be coach at Arizona State. Hamilton joined the Wolverines coaching staff in early 2017 after one year as the offensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns.

Michigan men’s basketball defeats the Highlanders 87-42


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