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Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines have four critical questions to answer if they're going to improve in 2018 on their 8-5 record in 2017.

Michigan’s 4 critical questions left to answer; Wolverines flip DB Te’cory Couch from Tennessee

Tolly Taylor

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Michigan’s 4 critical questions left to answer

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press raises the four questions that the Wolverines still have to answer heading into the 2018 season. Baumgardner wants to know how much simpler the offense will be this season, can Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff pick a starting quarterback before the summer if one stands out, how many offensive linemen will rotate and how much of a difference will offseason changes actually make.

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Wolverines flip 4-star Te’cory Couch from Tennessee

Four-star cornerback Te’cory Couch reportedly flipped his commitment from Tennessee to Michigan over the weekend, giving the Wolverines their first defensive back of the 2019 class. The 5-foot-9, 148-pound Couch is a 4-star prospect in 247Sports’ composite.

Michigan scrimmages in front of family, recruits

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi breaks down Michigan’s busy Saturday, even after bad weather cancelled the scheduled spring game. Bottom line: Injuries have hurt cornerbacks in spring practice.

5 things to know about Shea Patterson

Land of 10’s Connor Whooley explains five things to know about Michigan transfer quarterback Shea Patterson, perhaps the most newsworthy person on the team besides Harbaugh.

Moe Wagner declares for 2018 NBA Draft

Michigan basektball’s Moe Wagner declared for the 2018 NBA Draft Saturday morning in an essay for The Players’ Tribune. Wagner is projected as a first-round pick and has hired an agent, meaning he cannot return to school because of NCAA rules.

Michigan women’s tennis blanks Rutgers

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