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After 5 turnovers last Saturday, Michigan is spending extra practice time on ball security before its game against Indiana.

Michigan hopes targeting accusations are off mark

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Mark Dantonio targets Michigan

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said Sunday he planned to send targeting plays that went uncalled from the game Saturday to the Big Ten office for review. Michigan State upset Michigan 14-10 on Saturday in Ann Arbor.

Fumble ball, take hike

After 5 turnovers in the loss to Michigan State, Michigan’s offense is doing everything it can to correct ball-security mistakes. In practice Tuesday, that meant ball-security drills with group runs as punishment for fumbles.

Michigan’s recruiting history

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen breaks down Michigan’s recent recruiting history and why a good class is about more than numbers.

Michigan looks for spark on kick returns

Michigan special teams coordinator Chris Partridge said Wednesday that first-year cornerback Ambry Thomas will return more kickoffs for the Wolverines. Thomas saw some action in the loss to Michigan State, returning 1 kickoff for 30 yards.

Even The Onion takes shots at Jim Harbaugh

Everyone seems to have something to criticize about Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. Not to be outdone, The Onion got in on the action.

FOX Sports predicts lots of punts in Michigan-Indiana game

The game Saturday between Michigan and Indiana features the top two three-and-out defenses in the country, with the Wolverines coming in at No. 1. Though both teams may punt plenty on Saturday, expect Michigan to pull off the victory; the Wolverines have won 21 consecutive meetings between the teams.

Michigan baseball draftees complete first season in minors


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