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2015 Schedule
10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East

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Best Winter Term Grades (continued) - Joe Hewlett (LSA-3.57), Greg Froelich (Poli. Sci.-3.55) and Mike McCray (Gen. Studies-3.54)

Coach Harbaugh @CoachJim4UM

Best Winter Term Grades (continued) - Matt Mitchell (Business Admin-3.69), Jack Wangler (Cog. Sci.-3.68) and Joey Beneducci (LSA-3.63)

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Congrats to the fastest youngsters at today's clinic. 1. Cole Cabana (Dexter), 2. Addison Coquilard (Slauson) & 3. Connor Easthope (Slauson)

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Best Winter Term Grades (continued) - Spencer Dickow (LSA-3.84), Garrett Moores (Political Science-3.83) and Chris Wormley (Sport MGMT-3.74)

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Michigan's three toughest games (1:19)
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6dAdam Rittenberg

Big Ten officials downplay SEC rivalry

The Big Ten-SEC rivalry is real, but many Big Ten officials don't view the two leagues as diametrically opposed, even if it's how they're portrayed.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel defended the philosophy behind Jim Harbaugh's satellite camp blitz, saying it's not all about recruiting but about advocating for football at a time the game is facing challenges. "We know 95, 98 percent of the prospects that we're going to recruit in the country before he goes to one camp," Manuel said. "So to say this is about recruiting and to put it in that light, it's not the perspective he has and not the perspective that we should have. The top programs know who they're recruiting."

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel disputed that Jim Harbaugh's many satellite camps are just about recruiting. Manuel said Harbaugh, like most coaches at major programs "knows 95-98 percent of the players he's going to recruit before he goes to one camp." Manuel insists Harbaugh truly wants to spread football and its benefits to different areas, including Australia.

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7dHeather Dinich

Ranked matchups highlight '16 ABC/ESPN kickoff

Tripleheaders featuring four games between ranked opponents highlight the opening Saturday of the 2016 college football season on both ABC and ESPN.

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7dMitch Sherman

Toughest stretch: Michigan Wolverines

Michigan's toughest stretch of the 2016 season comes at the very end, as the Wolverines have to play a 12-win Iowa team plus a rival Ohio State.

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11dDavid Purdum

Alabama, Oklahoma favorites in first Vegas lines

Alabama is a double-digit favorite over USC and Oklahoma is a big favorite over Ohio State in the first college football lines released Friday.

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11dMitch Sherman

Ranking the Big Ten's top 5 all-time safeties

All five of the Big Ten's safeties played in a much different era, led by a Buckeyes great who was perhaps the hardest hitter of them all.

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12dTravis Haney

CFB's 10 biggest spring breakout stars

Rosters generally begin to take shape after spring practice, and several players in high-profile programs helped themselves, and their teams, this time around.