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Land of 10's Sean Keeler argues that Nebraska coach Scott Frost, not Michigan's Jim Harbaugh, is the better Quarterback Whisperer in the Big Ten.

3 big offseason QB questions for Michigan; who’s Big Ten QB Whisperer?

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3 big offseason questions at QB for Michigan

247Sports’ Zach Shaw breaks down the biggest offseason questions about Michigan’s quarterbacks ahead of the 2018 season. Those questions include: How good will Shea Patterson be? How will the offense look different than in 2017? And who will be the backup quarterback for the Wolverines?

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Scott Frost, not Jim Harbaugh, is Big Ten QB whisperer

After 4-star quarterback Luke McCaffrey committed to Nebraska, Land of 10’s Sean Keeler argues that Nebraska coach Scott Frost, not Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, would be the more desirable coach if he were a 4-star quarterback prospect. Keeler points to last five FBS starting quarterbacks under Frost.

Prep QBs should prefer Jim Harbaugh to Scott Frost

Land of 10’s Chris Howard disagrees with Keeler; he’ll take Harbaugh any day. Howard explains why Harbaugh’s history of developing quarterbacks can’t be denied.

Transfers never found fit at Michigan

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen explains why Michigan running back Kareem Walker and wide receiver Kekoa Crawford never found the right fit with the Wolverines. According to Goheen, the pair struggled with academic frustrations, crowded depth charts and the weight of expectations.

Three big offseason RB questions

Shaw details the biggest offseason questions at the running back position for the Wolverines, including the best way to utilize Chris Evans, juggling carries and plays between him and Karan Higdon and who will back up the two stars at No. 3.

Michigan men’s track and field’s Ben Flanagan wins NCAA championship


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