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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and other Wolverines coaches have been scouring the country trying to find top tackles.

Recapping Michigan’s January to-do list; TE Ian Bunting says he is transferring

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Recapping Michigan’s January to-do list

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen explains what the Wolverines’ recruiting goals were in January and goes through which ones they checked off. Goheen writes the main goals were to get linebacker Otis Reese on campus, build on December momentum and stay under the scholarship limit, which is 85.

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TE Ian Bunting says he is transferring

Fourth-year junior tight end Ian Bunting announced on Instagram Tuesday night he will seek a graduate transfer and a fifth year at another school. Bunting made eight starts for Michigan at tight end from 2015-17 and is the fifth Michigan player to announce a graduate transfer since the close of the 2017 regular season.

Determining whether OL Ben Bredeson is a guard or tackle

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press breaks down offensive lineman Ben Bredeson and reveals why he’s on the cusp of playing tackle for the Wolverines. A big reason: Michigan lacks players capable of filling in at tackle.

Michigan in need of T position

Goheen details all the moves the Wolverines’ coaching staff has made to recruit tackles Nicholas Petit-Frere and Rice grad transfer Calvin Anderson. Goheen also highlights an upcoming Ann Arbor visit for 4-star Alabama quarterback Paul Tyson, a member of the 2019 class.

How Michigan can win the offseason in February

National Signing Day is less than  one week away — Wednesday, Feb. 7. SB Nation’s Trevor Woods writes about two ways Michigan can win the offseason in February.

Michigan softball 9 days from opener

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