Michigan’s 2018 schedule ranked third-hardest; RB Kareem Walker has shot to silence speculation
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Michigan’s 2018 schedule ranked third-hardest
Recently, Bleacher Report analyzed the most difficult schedules of the 2018 season and ranked Michigan at No. 3. The Wolverines start with rival Notre Dame, a team they haven’t played since 2014. Michigan leads the all-time series 24-17-1.
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RB Kareem Walker has shot to silence transfer speculation
Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen explains the transfer rumors about Kareem Walker, the redshirt sophomore running back and former 4-star prospect from Irvington, N.J., who has played in just five games and carried the football 20 times for 68 yards and 1 touchdown. Goheen thinks Walker will get a chance to play in 2018 — if he earns it.
QB Dylan McCaffrey helps save man after fall
Michigan redshirt freshman quarterback Dylan McCaffrey, along with his brothers (Carolina Panthers running back) Christian and Max were hiking Saturday in Castle Rock, Colo., when they saw 72-year-old Dan Smoker Sr. fall “about 20 feet onto a rock.” The McCaffrey brothers ran over to help and called 911.
Rumors about 2019 commits
Goheen breaks down the latest rumors about the 2019 Wolverines commits. Goheen thinks Michigan could end up with as many as five commits from Georgia in the class.
Michigan deserves to start NCAA Tournament in Detroit
Land of 10’s Sean Keeler argues the selection committee should clear a path for Michigan to start its NCAA Tournament march inside the quasi-friendly, quasi-local confines of Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, one of the first- and second-round sites for the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Michigan softball’s Faith Canfield named ESPNW Player of the Week
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