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ESPN's Paul Finebaum took another shot at Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh on Monday, saying no assistant coach is a good fit with Harbaugh.

Paul Finebaum jabs Jim Harbaugh again; how Michigan’s Jim McElwain can help wide receivers

Tolly Taylor

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Paul Finebaum jabs Jim Harbaugh again

On Monday, ESPN’s Paul Finebaum took another shot at Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh when he joined WJOX 94.5 FM in Birmingham, Ala. When asked if he thought recent hire and former Florida coach Jim McElwain was a good fit for the Wolverines, Finebaum said, “Well, I don’t think there is a good fit with Jim Harbaugh.”

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How Michigan’s Jim McElwain can help receivers

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi details how McElwain could help Michigan receivers in his first year with the team. The Wolverines’ wideouts need a spark after finishing 11th in the Big Ten in receiving in 2017 (171.2 yards).

Wolverines return loads of experience in 2018

Lenzi breaks down which starters have left and which are returning, and there’s reason for optimism: In 2017, the Wolverines only returned six starters, the fewest of any FBS school. This season, the Wolverines will return 26 players with starting experience.

‘Jim Harbaugh Fatigue’ looks real

Land of 10’s Sean Keeler reveals why the turnover in Michigan’s coaching staff might be a sign that Harbaugh is wearing out his welcome in Ann Arbor. Then again, Keeler notes, other Big Ten teams have had similar turnover and haven’t missed a beat.

Key issues Michigan must resolve before September

After a disappointing 8-5 season, the Wolverines are looking to rebound in 2018. Rob White of isportsweb argues  the offensive line will be the biggest key to turning things around next season.

Michgan hockey moves up to No. 13 in the country


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