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Michigan's cancelled spring game won't hurt the Wolverines heading into the fall.

Spring game cancellation won’t hurt Michigan; Aidan Hutchinson finds Jim Harbaugh is ‘not some scary dude’

Tolly Taylor

Michigan football is always the main topic in Breakfast of Victors, Land of 10’s daily Wolverines notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Wolverines sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Michigan football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Spring game cancellation won’t impact Michigan

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi explains why Michigan’s cancelled spring game Saturday won’t hurt the Wolverines in the 2018 season. Lenzi notes the team still practiced indoors and that three of the Wolverines’ opponents this season — Indiana, Wisconsin and Northwestern — opted to practice indoors as well.

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Aidan Hutchinson learns Jim Harbaugh ‘not some scary dude’

Lenzi talked with Aidan Hutchinson, a defensive end from Dearborn (Mich.) Divine Child and a member of the Wolverines’ 2018 recruiting class, about his second-rated school behind Michigan and what it was like to meet  coach Jim Harbaugh.

Recruiting weekend nets 5-star visit, 4-star commitment

The Wolverines got a commitment over the weekend from cornerback Te’Cory Couch of Hollywood, Fla., who had previously committed to Tennessee, gave an offer to guard Zach Carpenter of Cincinnati and hosted several prospects, including 5-star defensive end Zach Harrison of Lewis Center, Ohio.

5 mysteries about Michigan

MLive’s Aaron McMann breaks down the five questions he has about the Wolverines as they finish up spring practice, including whether Michigan transfer quarterback Shea Patterson will be eligible this season and how Michigan’s other quarterbacks have improved this offseason.

Michigan Stadium to host Liverpool vs. Manchester United

Liverpool and Manchester United will play a friendly match at The Big House on July 28, 2018, according to a report from the Liverpool Echo. It’s the second time in five years that Michigan Stadium has hosted a European soccer match.

Anniversary of New England Patriots selecting Tom Brady

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