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Graduate transfer Calvin Anderson chose Texas over Michigan Saturday afternoon, leaving the Wolverines with a question about left tackle.

Wolverines contact with Marvin Grant Jr. minimal; Calvin Anderson chooses Texas over Michigan

Tolly Taylor

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Wolverines contact with Marvin Grant Jr. minimal

Detroit King’s Marvin Grant Jr., a 2019 4-star safety and one of the state’s top uncommitted juniors, continues to explore offers from Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State and 15 other colleges, including Michigan. Grant grew up a Wolverines fan, but said he has had minimal contact with the school in recent months. Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown has been recruiting the 6-foot-2, 195-pound Grant to play his viper position.

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Calvin Anderson chooses Texas over Michigan

The Wolverines lost out on graduate transfer Calvin Anderson as the former Rice left tackle chose Texas over Michigan, Auburn and Oklahoma on Saturday. The Wolverines envisioned Anderson stepping into the starting left tackle role vacated by Mason Cole, who is preparing for the NFL draft.

Predicting Michigan’s left tackle in 2018

SB Nation’s Von Lozon breaks down who the Wolverines could start at left tackle, now that graduate transfer Calvin Anderson committed to Texas over Michigan. Lozon sees Grant Newsome as the most likely candidate to take the role, assuming he’s fit to play following a gruesome right knee injury in October 2016.

Michigan to play Montana as No. 3 seed

The NCAA officially announced the tournament field Sunday night, pitting the Wolverines (28-7), the No. 3 seed in the West, against Montana (26-7) in a first-round matchup Thursday in Wichita, Kan.

Clark Kellog thinks Michigan Wolverines could ‘win it all’

CBS college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg said on Saturday the Wolverines could “win it all.” Michigan, coming off the March 4 win over Purdue in the Big Ten Championship Game, has won nine straight games heading into the Thursday NCAA Tournament matchup against Montana.

Michigan women’s lacrosse tops Central Michigan 12-4

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