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Though Jim Harbaugh wasn't at Super Bowl 52, he plans to study plenty of film and see if he can take anything from the Eagles offense.

What Michigan fans need to know about National Signing Day; Jim Harbaugh will study RPO impact in Super Bowl

Tolly Taylor

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What Michigan fans need to know about National Signing Day

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen shares everything Michigan fans need to know about National Signing Day. The Wolverines signed 16 players to the Class of 2018 during the Dec. 20-22 early signing period and have four additional commits heading into National Signing Day on Wednesday.

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Jim Harbaugh to study Super Bowl RPOs in Super Bowl, possibly use concepts

Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t watch Super Bowl 52 in person; he enjoyed it from his parents’ house in Ann Arbor, instead. Harbaugh was most intrigued with Philadelphia’s run-pass option sets with quarterback Nick Foles and said he plans to study the footage to see which concepts he can incorporate into Michigan’s offense. SB Nation’s Trevor Woods agrees, arguing Ole Miss transfer quarterback Shea Patterson would be a perfect fit in an RPO-based offense (if he gains eligibility this season).

Final 2018 Michigan mock class

Goheen gives his final 2018 projections for which recruits will sign with the Wolverines on Wednesday. Goheen projects four players to join the 16 who signed in December.

Experts say Jim Harbaugh’s 2018 class is better than you think

Land of 10’s Sean Keeler explains why several experts say Harbaugh’s 2018 recruiting class is better than people think. The 247Sports composite currently has the Wolverines at No. 17 nationally.

Michigan men’s basketball falls to Northwestern


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