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CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reports that Ole Miss objected to Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson's waiver request to play for the Wolverines in 2018.

Ole Miss objected to QB Shea Patterson’s waiver request; Mount Rushmore of Michigan football

Tolly Taylor

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Ole Miss objected to QB Shea Patterson’s waiver request

According to Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson’s attorney, Thomas A. Mars, and CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd, Ole Miss appears to not be supporting Patterson’s attempt at a transfer waiver. Ole Miss reportedly objected to Patterson’s description of the program in a response to the NCAA last month.

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Mount Rushmore of Michigan football

MLive’s Scott DeCamp argues which former players and coaches deserve to go on the Mount Rushmore of Michigan football. DeCamp ends up picking coach Bo Schembechler, cornerback/kick returner Charles Woodson, wide receiver Desmond Howard and halfback Tom Harmon.

Jim Harbaugh’s offense still ‘a mystery’ at Michigan

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh continues with spring practices this week, and we still don’t know who’s calling the offensive plays. Big Ten Network football analyst Gerry DiNardo told Land of 10 he still doesn’t know who called the plays for the Wolverines in 2017.

Michigan signee Aidan Hutchinson embraces defense

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi went to Dearborn, Mich., to talk with 4-star defensive end Aidan Hutchinson. Hutchinson reveals his first impression of defensive coordinator Don Brown and why Michigan runs in his blood.

OL takes shape at spring practices

Lenzi provides an update on Michigan’s offensive line, explaining center and two guards are set for the Wolverines, but that both tackle positions are still up for grabs in spring practice.

Michigan softball’s Lou Allan earns freshman of week honor

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