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Michigan senior DL Mo Hurst (73) already has some NFL draft analysts talking about him.

Breakfast of Victors Michigan morning links

Kevin Goheen

Wake up, University of Michigan fans, and welcome to Breakfast of Victors, Land of 10’s daily morning briefing of Wolverines athletics. We’ll get your weekdays started with all the latest Michigan news, notes and insights. Our goal is to bring you closer to the Maize and Blue, your favorite team.

Today is Thursday, June 1, 2017, and here’s your Breakfast of Victors…


Welcome to the month of June. It’s the offseason for all Michigan sports, with the exception of the baseball team and eight track and field athletes. Does that mean nothing is going on? Not at all.

Coach Erik Bakich’s baseball team opens NCAA tournament play Friday against Florida Gulf Coast at the Chapel Hill, N.C., regional. Michigan is the No. 3 seed in the region. The NCAA Track and Field Championship meet is  June 8-10 in Eugene, Ore.

Let’s take a look at what is happening.

The kickoff times for a lot of Big Ten football games were announced Wednesday, including Michigan-Ohio State.

DL Mo Hurst has caught the attention of ESPN’s Todd McShay.

Oliver Martin has made a splash as one of five wide receivers in the Wolverines’ 2017 recruiting class.

An early look at Florida Gulf Coast, the No. 2 seed in the baseball regional.

The return of second baseman Ako Thomas bodes well for Michigan.

Three Michigan softball players are All-Americans.

Moe Wagner’s flirtation with the NBA draft before deciding to return to the Wolverines will only help him next season.

Six underclassmen have been invited to Nike’s The Opening Finals. One of them is Class of 2019 Belleville (Mich.) OT Devontae Dobbs, who is on Michigan’s radar.