Michigan football 2015 season preview

After what seems like an eternity, Michigan will open its season Thursday night when it faces Utah. Jim Harbaugh, the man of the hour, will be making his long-awaited Wolverines coaching debut.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Linebackers

That’s because Jake Ryan, arguably the best defensive player for Michigan this decade, won’t be donning a winged helmet. The four-year starter for the Wolverines was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

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Michigan football spring preview: linebackers and defensive line

Not much went well for Michigan in last season, but if there was one bright spot for the struggling program, it was a stout defense.

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Jim Harbaugh named Michigan football head coach

Wherever he has gone, Jim Harbaugh has won. Now he will be tasked with rebuilding Michigan.

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Michigan Football Positional Preview: Deep linebacker group leads stout defense

After losing standout outside linebacker Jake Ryan in spring camp before the 2013 season to an ACL injury, Michigan had a sizable question mark at the linebacker position. This season, the Wolverines look to have experience and stability on their side.

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Photo Gallery: 2014 Michigan Football Media Day

Michigan hosted its annual football media day on Aug. 10. Below is a photo gallery comprised of shots taken by Photo Editor Rebecca Gallagher.

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Linebacker duo excited for first all-blue uniform in Michigan football history

On Friday, Michigan unveiled an all-blue alternate uniform for the third night game in Michigan Stadium history, the first look predominated by blue in the team’s 135-year history.

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Michigan falters against Spartans’ tenacious defense

For the fifth time in six years, Michigan State prevailed over the Wolverines. A strong Spartans’ defense, one to be doubted no longer, provided Michigan’s offense headaches all day in a 26-6 statement win.

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Oh, Blue: Wolverines need second-straight comeback to survive UConn

The no. 15 Wolverines escaped with a 24-21 victory in front of UCONN’s largest crowd at Rentschler Field, but it was far from pretty. Trailing 21-7 in the third quarter, Michigan needed key defensive plays and a 21-yard field goal by Brendan Gibbons to emerge victorious.

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