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Jim Harbaugh wants the receivers more involved in the offense. Grant Perry and Sean McKeon lead the team in catches with 18 and 14, respectively.

Former Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis schools Skip Bayless; wide receivers must step up

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Dallas Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis takes Skip Bayless back to school

Former Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis won’t be the last NFL player criticized by FOX Sports personality Skip Bayless. But Lewis, a Dallas Cowboys rookie, put Bayless on notice Tuesday that he won’t take it, going to Twitter to call out Bayless’ lack of football knowledge after he mocked Lewis’ height. At least Lewis is in good company; one of Bayless’ frequent targets is Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Jim Harbaugh shows patience with Michigan receivers

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh knows his receivers have struggled this season, and but he’s preaching patience. Grant Perry and Sean McKeon, Michigan’s top two targets, have accounted for 32 catches so far this year.

CB Drake Harris switching back to receiver

Drake Harris is transitioning back to wide receiver after making the move to cornerback over the summer. Harris (6-foot-4, 188 pounds) will give the Wolverines some much-needed depth at wide receiver.

Mark Dantonio still top dog in Michigan

Steven Ruiz of USA Today’s For The Win argues why Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio is the best coach in Michigan, despite some people eager to anoint Harbaugh.

End of ‘Harbaugh’s honeymoon’

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press asks: If Harbaugh can’t solve Michigan State or Ohio State and bring a championship back to Michigan, who can? One thing he knows for sure: Fans are tired of waiting.

DE Chase Winovich overcomes fractured skull to lead Michigan

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi profiles Michigan defensive end Chase Winovich during his breakout season for Michigan. The senior defensive end is tied for seventh in the nation with 5 1/2 sacks.

Michigan field hockey No. 3 in coaches poll


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