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Michigan assistant coach Chris Partridge is one of Jim Harbaugh's best recruiters; his decision to sign a new contract with the Wolverines will bring much needed stability to the team.

Michigan coaching staff taking shape, 2018 mysteries, coaches work to keep recruit committed

Tolly Taylor

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.  

Michigan names Sherrone Moore tight ends coach

Former Central Michigan assistant Sherrone Moore is now the Wolverines’ tight ends coach. Hired late last week, Moore takes over tight end coaching duties from former run game coordinator Greg Frey, who left for a job at Florida State.

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Wolverines assistant coach Chris Partridge reportedly staying

Michigan linebackers coach Chris Partridge has signed a new contract with the Wolverines, ESPN has reported. Partridge is one of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s top recruiters, and one of the more coveted assistants in the country.

Michigan’s offensive line the biggest mystery of 2018

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press breaks down one of Michigan’s most inconsistent position groups in 2017: the offensive line. Baumgardner argues that the offensive line didn’t have an identity in the first half of 2017.

The Best Games of Every Week of the 2018 Season

The Wolverines make Sports Illustrated’s list of the best games of every week of the 2018 season twice: Week 1 at Notre Dame and Week 8 at Michigan State.

Michigan assistants visit Otis Reese

Otis Reese, a 4-star linebacker/safety prospect according to the 247Sports composite, committed to Michigan’s 2018 class nearly two years ago but there is speculation that he could flip to Georgia.

Michigan men’s basketball tops Terrapins 68-67

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