Michigan LB Devin Bush leads deep group; QB should be Wolverines spring practice priority
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Michigan’s Devin Bush leads deep linebacker group
Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown looks for speed in his linebacker group, and that’s what he got from Devin Bush last season. Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen explains which players could be up-and-coming in Brown’s linebacker group.
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QB should be Wolverines’ spring practice priority
Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi argues that Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s most important task heading into spring practice Friday should be picking a starting quarterback. Lenzi writes that the quarterback is the face of the team and the most important player on the field. As a result, the Wolverines need to figure out who the face of their team is as soon as possible.
Michigan tops Texas A&M in Sweet 16
The Wolverines delivered a 99-72 pounding of the No. 7 seed Aggies Thursday night in the first of two regional semifinals. Michigan nailed almost as many 3-pointers (10) in the first half as they had in their previous two NCAA Tournament games combined (13). What was expected to be a Sweet 16 classic turned into a rout.
Maurice Hurst cleared to play football
Former Michigan defensive tackle and potential first-round pick Maurice Hurst was cleared to play football despite his heart condition, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday. The 22-year-old Wolverines standout skipped drills at the NFL combine after the condition was discovered three weeks ago. Hurst will do a full workout at Michigan’s pro day on Friday.
OL should be Jim Harbaugh’s priority
Land of 10’s Chris Howard explains why fixing the offensive line is the most important thing Harbaugh needs to accomplish during spring practice. The Wolverines gave up 36 sacks last season and lost their most versatile lineman, Mason Cole, to graduation. Harbaugh and offensive line coach Ed Warinner have work to do.
Two Michigan women’s basketball players named WBCA All-Region
— Michigan Women’s Basketball (@umichwbball) March 22, 2018
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