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Jim Harbaugh said Friday that he and his coaches are still examining "all aspects" of Michigan's offense in spring practice.

Michigan studying ‘all aspects’ of offense; Jim Harbaugh congratulates men’s basketball on making Final Four

Tolly Taylor

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Michigan studying ‘all aspects’ of offense

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh met with the media on Friday, the first day of spring practice. He said he’s still studying “all aspects” of the Wolverines offense, and he and his coaches are still deciding what they want to do. Harbaugh said it’s about “keeping the things we do really well and seeing if there are some other things that we can add to it.”

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Jim Harbaugh congratulates men’s basketball on making Final Four

The Wolverines are still playing basketball in late March thanks to their 58-54 victory over Florida State in the Elite Eight, and Harbaugh tweeted his congratulations after the game Saturday night. Michigan will play Loyola-Chicago in a Final Four semifinal game on Saturday.

Jim McElwain surpises Jim Harbaugh during spring practice

Harbaugh said Michigan receivers coach Jim McElwain surprised him during the first spring practice. Harbaugh said he had heard about McElwain’s intelligence, but that the former Florida coach’s enthusiasm and “fire” was unexpected.

Scouting, predicting Michigan-Loyola Final Four

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press breaks down what to expect from the Final Four game between No. 3 seed Michigan vs. No. 11 Loyola-Chicago at 6:09 p.m., Saturday on TBS. Bottom line: Baumgardner expects Michigan to make the national title game in a 69-63 win.

Michigan needs upgrades at safety, wide receiver

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi explains why the Wolverines, other than fixing quarterback and offensive line issues, need to prioritize upgrading at safety and wide receiver in spring practice.

Michigan hockey tops Boston Univeristy in Elite 8


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