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Charles Woodson, arguably the greatest player in Michigan football history, found out Sunday that he was selected for the College Football Hall of Fame.

Michigan’s Charles Woodson selected for College Football Hall of Fame; unofficial 2018 depth chart

Tolly Taylor

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Charles Woodson selected for College Football Hall of Fame

Arguably the greatest football player in Michigan’s history learned of another accolade on Sunday: member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Charles Woodson, now a NFL analyst on ESPN, was told the news by the rest of his Sunday NFL Countdown colleagues. The rest of the 2018 class will be announced Monday morning.

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Unofficial 2018 depth chart

Land of 10’s Rachel Lenzi offers her unofficial 2018 depth chart. Lenzi first breaks down who will be graduating or leaving the Wolverines before arguing for the lineup she proposes. The biggest losses: At quarterback.

The Wolverines challenging path ahead

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press takes stock of the 2017 season and what lies ahead for Michigan. Baumgardner writes, “While the defense is ready to contend for a title, the offense is barely ready for bowl eligibility.”

Jim Harbaugh makes changes to coaching staff

The Wolverines finished ninth in the Big Ten in total offense (348.9 yards a game) in 2017. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has already made changes to the coaching staff to correct that problem.

Michigan-Illinois basketball recap

The Wolverines picked up their seventh straight victory Saturday, topping Illinois 79-69 at the Crisler Center. Their last loss was at Ohio State on Dec. 4.  Michigan (14-3) hosts No. 13 Purdue on Tuesday night. 

Michigan wrestling tops Purdue 25-14


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