Why Michigan’s run game works so well; Wolverines’ Khaleke Hudson sets Big Ten record

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Why Michigan’s run game works so well

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press looks at the film from Michigan’s win over Minnesota Saturday to figure out how the Wolverines power run game works, and why it’s working so well.

Wolverines’ Khaleke Hudson sets Big Ten record

Michigan’s Khaleke Hudson not only earned Big Ten co-defensive player of the week honors after his performance Saturday, the safety set a Big Ten single-game record with 8 tackles for loss against Minnesota.

Chicago columnist hopes Jim Harbaugh coaches Bears

Rick Morrissey of the Chicago Sun-Times explained why he’s hoping Jim Harbaugh will leave the Wolverines after this season and head for Chicago to become the next Bears coach.

QB Brandon Peters to start vs. Maryland

Harbaugh announced on Monday that quarterback Brandon Peters will be the starter this week against Maryland.

QB Wilton Speight may return this season

Harbaugh also revealed Monday that injured quarterback Wilton Speight has “a chance” of returning this season because he’s healing faster than doctors expected. Speight has been out since Week 4 with what are reportedly fractured vertebrae.

How Michigan’s offense improved

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi breaks down which three position groups improved to make the Wolverines’ offense so much better over the last two weeks.

Michigan men’s soccer in Big Ten Tournament semifinals

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