Michigan gets Ole Miss QB transfer Shea Patterson; Paul Finebaum calls Wolverines title contenders
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Michigan gets QB transfer Shea Patterson
Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson announced his transfer to Michigan on Monday and will join the Wolverines for the 2018 spring semester. Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi breaks down how Patterson makes Michigan more competitive.
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Paul Finebaum calls Wolverines 2018 title contenders
ESPN’s Paul Finebaum was quick to comment Monday after news broke about Patterson’s transfer to Michigan. Finebaum, who has been critical of coach Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines this season, tweeted that Patterson is “one of the SEC’s best QBs” and said that if the NCAA clears him to play in 2018, Michigan becomes a title contender.
Maurice Hurst a first-team AP All-American
Defensive tackle Maurice Hurst landed on The Associated Press’ All-America first team on Monday. Hurst is Pro Football Focus’ top-rated college football player and finished the regular season with 59 tackles (13 1/2 for a loss) and 5 sacks as the anchor of the Wolverines’ No. 2-ranked defense. Additionally, linebacker Devin Bush Jr. made the AP All-America third team.
5 things to know about Shea Patterson
Lenzi reveals 5 things Michigan fans should know about Patterson. Among them, Lenzi explains, is that Patterson spent his senior year at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., with Michigan offensive lineman Cesar Ruiz.
Kirk Herbstreit raves about Shea Patterson
ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit raved about Patterson and what his transfer means for the Wolverines in 2018. Herbstreit tweeted that Patterson’s decision to transfer to Michigan was a “big time pickup” by Harbaugh.
Michigan women’s basketball No. 23 in AP Poll
— Michigan Women’s Basketball (@umichwbball) December 11, 2017
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