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Quarterback Shea Patterson being eligible for the 2018 season is definitely one of Michigan's Christmas wishes. Patterson was the No. 1 quarterback in the nation out of Toledo in 2016.

Michigan’s 3 most intriguing recruits; 3 Christmas wishes for the Wolverines

Tolly Taylor

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Michigan’s 3 most intriguing recruits

Land of 10’s Kevin Goheen breaks down the three most intriguing recruits in the Wolverines’ next class. Goheen zeros in on quarterback Joe Milton, tackle Jalen Mayfield and linebacker Cameron McGrone.

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3 Christmas wishes for the Wolverines

Fansided’s Chris Peterson outlines Michigan’s three Christmas wishes heading into next season. Unsurprisingly, quarterback Shea Patterson being eligible to play for the Wolverines in 2018 is No. 1.

Devin Bush Jr. unsatisfied with individual accolades

Michigan linebacker Devin Bush Jr. isn’t happy with the Wolverines season, despite the fact he was named second-team All-American and first-team All-Big Ten. Bush has a team-high 94 tackles, 9½ tackles for loss, 5 sacks, 1 interception, and 8 pass breakups.

Chase Winovich, Wolverines raise $125,000 for ChadTough foundation

Linebacker Chase Winovich’s original goal was to raise $15,000 for the ChadTough foundation; instead, as of Monday, Winovich and the Wolverines had raised $125,000. The ChadTough foundation raises funds and awareness for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) and cancer.

College football teams put own spin on ‘The Night Before Christmas’

Michigan football started a “The Night Before Christmas” trend: on Christmas Eve, the official Twitter accounts of several schools posted their own versions of the poem’s lines. The Wolverines also got 26 schools to join in during a similar social media campaign in 2015.

Michigan women’s basketball No. 21 in AP poll

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