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Land of 10's Rachel Lenzi argues that Michigan can quickly improve its offensive line by adding tackles Nicholas Petit-Frere and Jarrett Patterson. The Wolverines are targeting both players this offseason.

How Michigan can stabilize its OL; Wolverines top Northwestern 58-47

Tolly Taylor

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How Michigan can stabilize its OL

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi explains how the Wolverines can quickly improve their offensive line: by adding offensive tackles Nicholas Petit-Frere and Jarrett Patterson. Petit-Frere and Patterson are two of Michigan’s top targets among high school tackles, and both players are considering five schools or fewer at this point.

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Wolverines top Wildcats 58-47

The Wolverines defeated the Northwestern Wildcats 58-47 in men’s basketball on Monday, pushing their record in the Big Ten to 7-4. Northwestern is now 4-6 in conference play. Michigan plays Northwestern again at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill., on Feb. 6.

How Michigan football stands with 2019 in-state prospects

Steven Lorenz of the Detroit Free Press breaks down how the Wolverines are faring with recruiting 2019 in-state prospects. Lorenz focuses on 11 players that Michigan is targeting so far.

Michigan signee Julius Welschof shows off athleticism

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen reveals the intriguing mixture of size and athleticism 2018 signee Julius Welschof will bring to Michigan. The German defensive end is already 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds, and he grew up playing soccer, tennis and skiing before taking up American football four years ago.

Former Michigan center joining Wolverines coaching staff

Former Michigan center Patrick Kugler is joining the Wolverines coaching staff. Kugler played his final game in January and made the announcement Sunday via Instagram that he accepted an offensive line graduate assistant job with the team.

Michigan water polo beats No. 24 Marist 9-6

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