3 things Michigan needs to do in February; Ed Warinner’s expertise could show Wolverines offensive line the way
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3 things Michigan needs to do in February
Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen breaks down what the Wolverines want to accomplish in February. Goheen focuses on three goals: signing 4-star linebacker Otis Reese, continue pursuing Rice left tackle transfer Calvin Anderson and start making headway with 2019 in-state prospects.
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Ed Warinner’s expertise could show Wolverines offensive line the way
Though Michigan hasn’t formally announced Ed Warinner’s hire, he’s listed in Michigan’s online directory as a senior analyst/offense. He has a history of improving offensive lines in his 34 years as a college football coach, and he’s expected to do the same with the Wolverines.
DT Aubrey Solomon showed flashes of greatness in 2017
Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press details what he saw from defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon during the 2017 season. The 6-foot-3, 297-pound freshman from Georgia played behind arguably the top interior defensive tackle in America in Maurice Hurst, so his reps were limited. Bottom line: Baumgardner saw flashes of 5-star talent.
Wilton Speight needs change of scenery
Land of 10’s Sean Keeler argues why quarterback Wilton Speight should transfer in his last year of eligibility. Last week, The Detroit Free Press reported that Speight would be open to staying at Michigan if the NCAA rules that quarterback Shea Patterson is ineligible for the 2018 season.
Wilton Speight deserves a chance somewhere else
Land of 10’s Chris Howard makes the case for why Speight should return to the Wolverines in 2018 if the NCAA rules Patterson is ineligible.
Michigan women’s basketball loses tough game against Purdue
— Michigan Women’s Basketball (@umichwbball) February 2, 2018
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