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Michigan fans should look forward to next season with a fresh quarterback competition featuring a more experienced Brandon Peters.

Michigan finishes with historically poor pass offense; 5 reasons to look forward to next season

Tolly Taylor

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Wolverines finish with historically poor pass offense

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh came to the Wolverines in 2014 with the reputation of being a top quarterback guru. But as the 2017 season came to a close Monday in a 26-19 loss vs. South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, Harbaugh’s quarterbacks finished with only 9 touchdown passes, the lowest number the Wolverines have recorded since 1975.

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5 reasons to look forward to next season

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi gives five reasons Michigan fans should look forward to the 2018 season. Top of the list: Another quarterback competition.

Jim Harbaugh faces questions as offseason begins

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press explains why no one expected Michigan to be this bad in 2017, even when accounting for a young, inexperience team and injuries.

QB Brandon Peters struggles in Outback Bowl

Brandon Peters finished 20 of 44 for 186 yards, 2 interceptions and was sacked twice in the Outback Bowl. Peters said after the game he would learn from his mistakes, but it wasn’t a good job interview, especially with quarterback Shea Patterson now on the team.

Why Jim Harbaugh is here to stay

Land of 10’s Chris Howard provides six reasons why Harbaugh will stay and coach the Wolverines, despite what sports pundits say.

Michigan men’s basketball tops Iowa 75-68

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