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Wilton Speight and the Michigan offense have a lot to improve upon entering Week 4 at Purdue.

Brady Quinn analyzes Michigan’s offense; building a U.S. Army All-America tradition

Kevin Goheen

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Thoughts from a former QB

Nobody knows the struggles of an offense like a former quarterback. Brady Quinn had a lot of good moments in his days at Notre Dame, but he also suffered through plenty of tough days both in college and in the NFL.

Quinn is now an analyst for Fox Sports and he’ll be helping call Michigan’s game at Purdue on Saturday. He spoke with Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi about the slow start the Wolverines have dealt with on offense this season. 

Army (All-American) tough

There have been 14 Michigan signees to play in the last two U.S. Army All-American games. Four more recruits from the current class of commits are set to join that total in 2018. 

More freshman debuts on tap?

Two freshman wide receivers who are still looking to make their debuts could get their shot Saturday at Purdue. 

Mailbag time!

The weekly Michigan mailbag answers how many turnovers does it take to lose to Purdue, and is coach Jim Harbaugh holding back the offense? 

NFL 3 Stars

Which Michigan Men were Land of 10’s 3 stars for NFL Week 2

Big bucks in college football

This is a subscription piece from the Wall Street Journal, but then it’s about all the money certain college football programs are worth. Michigan is No. 6 on the list.  


This is a look from the other side this week, namely Purdue. Coach Jeff Brohm has the Boilermakers looking like the Drew Brees Boilermakers. Rick Bozich of in Louisville checks in on how one of the city of Churchill Downs’ favorite sons is doing it. 

A 2019 recruiting update

Justus Legg is a 2019 defensive end from Washington who picked up an offer from Michigan over the summer. has an update on him.  

Ben Flanagan win XC honors

Ben Flanagan earned the Big Ten men’s cross country Athlete of the Week honor this week.

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