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Jim Harbaugh revealed on the Adam Carolla podcast this week that he wants 100 wins and to send 100 players to the NFL as Wolverines coach.

Jim Harbaugh wants 100 wins at Michigan; attorney ‘encouraged’ by steps in Shea Patterson case

Tolly Taylor

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Jim Harbaugh wants 100 wins at Michigan

On the Adam Carolla podcast this week, when asked how he’s doing, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh responded “never better” and added he hopes to send 100 players to the NFL and win 100 games with the Wolverines in his career.

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Attorney ‘encouraged’ by steps in Shea Patterson case

The NCAA asked for additional information from Michigan and quarterback Shea Patterson late last week after reviewing the school’s request to allow him to forgo the usual yearlong waiting period after his transfer. According to Patterson’s attorney Thomas Mars, the NCAA’s request for more information is not uncommon and he says he expects Patterson and Michigan will be able to respond in the next few days.

The unorthodox methods of Michigan’s strength coach

Michigan players are gushing about the gains they have made in working with director of strength and conditioning Ben Herbert. Running backs Chris Evans and Karan Higdon report feeling more elusive and faster.

Wolverines offense tired of being the punching bag

Wolverines starting left guard Ben Bredeson said after the team’s sixth practice that, while he realizes the offense wasn’t the strongest part of the team last year, he and the rest of the offense are sick of hearing that and are already fixing issues from last season.

Michigan coach endorses Maurice Hurst’s health

Michigan defensive line coach Greg Mattison has spent more time around former Wolverines defensive tackle Maurice Hurst than anyone on the coaching staff, and says he gives a strong endorsement of Hurst when NFL coaches call him to ask about Hurst’s heart condition.

Michigan men’s tennis hits the road for weekend Big Ten matchups


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