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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he analyzed his performance last season and made changes he thinks will help the team going forward.

Jim Harbaugh makes necessary changes for Michigan; DE Gabe Newburg commits

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.

Jim Harbaugh makes necessary changes for Michigan

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi explains why Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has changed the way he interacts with players, and how players have reacted to that change. Harbaugh said at the start of spring practices on March 23 that he did some assessment of the program and of himself as a coach during the offseason.

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Gabe Newburg commits to class of 2019

Michigan picked up another commit for the 2019 recruiting class on Monday night. Three-star defensive end Gabe Newburg from Clayton (Ohio) Northmont announced his pledge for Harbaugh and the Wolverines. Newburg picked Michigan over offers from Michigan State, Iowa and others.

Donovan Peoples-Jones emerges as ‘best’ WR early in spring

Jim Harbaugh said this week on the “Attach Each Day” podcast that wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones is Michigan’s “best” wide receiver in spring practice so far. The Wolverines have completed four of their scheduled 15 practices.

Incoming recruiting class reacts to title game loss

Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson tweeted how impressed he was with the Wolverines run to the national title game and vowed that they would return. Several Michigan basketball 2018 recruits tweeted their reactions to the game as well.

Moritz Wagner, Charles Matthews mum on future

Wolverines forwards Moritz Wagner and Charles Matthews will have NBA draft decisions to make in the coming weeks, and both were mum on their plans after the 79-62 loss to Villanova in the national championship game on Monday. Wagner and Matthews were Michigan’s top two scorers in the 2017-18 season.

Michigan hockey plays Notre Dame Thursday in Frozen Four


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