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Rachel Lenzi explains the different paths Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines could take to reach the 2018 College Football Playoff.

Wolverines athletics staffer bit lab technician; Michigan’s paths to making 2018 College Football Playoff

Michigan football is always the main topic in Breakfast of Victors, Land of 10’s daily Wolverines notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Wolverines sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Michigan football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Wolverines athletics staffer bit lab technician

Fergus Connolly, who spent last season as Michigan football’s director of performance science/director of operations, attempted to bite a lab technician after being arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Ann Arbor on March 5. He has not been charged yet as police are still waiting on lab results before processing the case.

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Michigan’s paths to making 2018 College Football Playoff

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi explains Michigan’s potential paths to the College Football Playoff in 2018, including how the Wolverines could still make the playoff without winning the Big Ten title.

Jim Harbaugh expects ‘competitive’ QB battle in camp

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has named four possible candidates for the starting quarterback role in an exclusive interview with The Michigan Insider’s Sam Webb. Harbaugh’s QB list includes: junior (Ole Miss transfer) Shea Patterson, redshirt sophomore Brandon Peters, redshirt freshman Dylan McCaffrey and early enrollee freshman Joe Milton.

Self-Scout reveals issues Jim Harbaugh vows to fix

This offseason, when Harbaugh hasn’t been recruiting or hiring coaches, he and his staff have been taking a deep dive into “self-scouting.” Harbaugh told 247Sports, “I didn’t have a great year training the quarterbacks. I feel like that has to be better.”

Jim Harbaugh talks new coaching hires

According to Harbaugh, he is pleased with the collection of offensive and defensive minds in Schembechler Hall after significant staff turnover from last season. Additionally, with former strength and conditioning coach Kevin Tolbert not retained after last season, Harbaugh searched out Ben Herbert himself and brought him in.

Michigan baseball falls to Lawrence Tech 8-3


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