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2015 Schedule
10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East
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Harbaugh hoping to revive UM's empire

Jim Harbaugh was trained in the Jedi arts of college football by his master, Bo Schembechler. Now, it's Harbaugh's turn to bring the empire back to life in Ann Arbor. May the No. 4s be with you

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ESPN 300: Where the Big Ten stands

After signing a top-five class in 2016, Ohio State has take the lead in the Big Ten with the 2017 class.

Jake Butt has makings of a coach

Using Schlabach's top 25, our college football writers selected a player from each team who they think could fill the role as head coach. Brian Bennett notes that Butt not only knows the game, but he also has a commanding presence amongst his teammates. Coach 'em up

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Highlights: Jake Rudock

The Lions stayed in state in Round 6, grabbing the Michigan quarterback. Check out some of Rudock's best highlights.

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Kiper scouting report: Willie Henry

Get to know the newest Ravens, No. 132 overall pick Willie Henry. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Michigan defensive lineman.

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We want bluebloods to play again

Notre Dame put the kibosh on future games with Michigan in 2014, but Brian Kelly is on record saying things may be heading back in a direction that would put the teams back on the field. That would certainly make us happy. Rivalries that should be back on the schedule

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Round 2: Henry best fit for Patriots at 60

Our Insiders take a look at how tonight's Round 2 should play out if every team was drafting purely for best fit. They think New England should draft DT Willie Henry, whose toughness and motor could be appealing to Bill Belichick. Round 2 best fits mock draft (Insider)

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NCAA overturns ban on satellite camps

The NCAA has overturned its ban on satellite camps and instead wants the Division I council to review the recruiting process. Camps can continue

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The NCAA's Board of Directors is meeting now in Indianapolis, expecting to wrap up around noon ET. It could ratify the satellite camp ban from the Division I Council, delay implementation of the ban for further review or strike it down. Coaches and others around the sport expect some type of amendment (no ratification).

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Wolverines winning on recruiting trail

Five of Michigan's 2017 commits are in the newly released ESPN 300, but the most impactful is without a doubt Dylan McCaffrey. The QB-PP is currently the crown jewel of Jim Harbaugh's second recruiting class. See the full rankings

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson is the No. 2 overall recruit in the country, and he recently released a top five of Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Michigan and USC.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Big Ten ESPN300 commits Ohio State - 10 Michigan - 5 Penn State, Nebraska - 3 MSU, Iowa, Wisc - 2 Rutgers - 1

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Seven teams have six or more ESPN 300 commits in the initial release: 1. Ohio State 10 2. Oklahoma 8 3. Alabama 7 4-7 Clemson, Georgia, Michigan and UNC 6

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan has five ESPN300 commits including the No. 1 ranked QB in Dylan McCaffrey and new to the ESPN300 RB O'Maury Samuels

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Spring breakout player: Michigan Wolverines

The Wolverines won't publicly announce it just yet, but Wilton Speight looks like he's done enough to secure the starting QB job this fall.

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No catching Chesson

On Michigan's roster we're sure the evidence exists that proves nobody is faster than Jehu Chesson. He may not have been able to prove it this spring, but take a look at his kick returns last season as evidence. Fastest player on top-25 teams

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Thomas a tantalizing broadcast candidate

Michigan's Dymonte Thomas does a lot of talking in the secondary. He's smooth and thoughtful in front of the cameras and reminds us of a fellow safety who transitioned from the field to the TV studio. Potential broadcasters from top 25 teams