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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh didn't get good news Sunday: Quarterback Kevin Doyle announced he was de-committing from the Wolverines.

Michigan loses QB commit Kevin Doyle; ex-Wolverines LB Allen Gant hired as assistant coach

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QB Kevin Doyle de-commits from Michigan

Quarterback Kevin Doyle has de-committed from Michigan, he announced in a tweet Sunday. The 3-star quarterback initially committed to Michigan on Sept. 24, 2017. Doyle had offers from 21 programs in total before committing to Michigan.

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Ex-Wolverine Allen Gant hired as assistant coach

Former Michigan linebacker Allen Gant revealed on Twitter Sunday that he’s joining Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff as defensive/special teams assistant coach. Gant played in 19 games with the Wolverines from 2012-15.

Wolverines weekend recruiting update

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen breaks down the Wolverines’ latest recruiting news ahead of National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Goheen provides updates on 2019 recruits, 4-star linebacker Otis Reese and Rice grad transfer left tackle Calvin Anderson.

Wolverines get preferred walk-on QB

Utica Eisenhower quarterback Max Wittwer, one of the most productive quarterbacks in the state of Michigan, announced Sunday he will accept a preferred walk-on spot with the Wolverines. Wittwer led Eisenhower to a 21-1 record over his final two seasons. He had previously committed to Air Force.

LB Cameron McGrone a 5-star student and athlete

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press profiles 5-star linebacker and student Cameron McGrone, who signed with Michigan in December. The Wolverines will welcome McGrone to campus this summer.

Michigan women’s gymnastics downs Maryland


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