Jim Harbaugh can match John Beilein’s success at Michigan; Wolverines post 2018 spring roster
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Jim Harbaugh can match John Beilein’s success at Michigan
Land of 10’s Chris Howard explains why people like ESPN’s Paul Finebaum, who takes shots at Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh whenever he can, are wrong in saying that Harbaugh has been a failure compared to Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein. Bottom line for Howard: time and perspective.
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Wolverines post 2018 spring roster
Land of 10’s Kevin Cunningham provides the key takeaways from Michigan’s 2018 spring roster, which was released Thursday. Cunningham points out that running back Kareem Walker is listed as No. 46, while last season, he wore No. 6.
Jim Harbaugh-to-NFL questions won’t go away
Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi breaks down why the rumors of Harbaugh leaving for the NFL aren’t likely to go away, but Lenzi also explains why it looks like he will coach the Wolverines for the foreseeable future. Based on Harbaugh’s statement on the Adam Carolla podcast, Harbaugh would be at Michigan for at least 11 total seasons.
Urban Meyer passes Jim Harbaugh as Big Ten’s highest-paid coach
Ohio State announced Thursday that football coach Urban Meyer has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him in Columbus through the 2022 season. The extension will raise Meyer’s average salary to $7.6 million per season and he’ll pass Harbaugh in annual compensation.
Michigan spring game 2018
Lenzi details what to expect from Michigan’s 2018 spring game, including date, time, where to watch and listen and what she expects from each position group.
Michigan women’s rowing moves to No. 6 in latest poll
Have a look at the latest #NCAArow rankings!
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