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Thursday, September 18, 2014

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Notebook: With four injured starters, Hoke not elaborating on injuries

BY GREG GARNO

Hoke offered up little about who would fill in for his four injured starters, including three on a depleted defense that will face a potent passing offense against Utah this weekend. Cornerback Raymon Taylor, safety Jarrod Wilson and linebacker Desmond Morgan all missed last weekend’s game vs. Miami (Ohio).

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Wolverines look to bounce back after loss against Bowling Green

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BY JASON STEINMAN

The season is still young, but as Michigan sits fifth in the conference (0-1 Big Ten, 1-3-1 overall), this weekend’s game could prove to be pivotal. It marks Michigan’s second away game and second Big Ten matchup of the season.

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Freshmen making positive impact for Michigan football

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

And yet, Jabrill Peppers is just one of four true freshmen receiving significant playing time months out of high school.

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Despite loss, Mellors-Blair a positive for Wolverines

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BY FREDDY KASTEN

Because of all of the Wolverines’ squandered opportunities in the match’s first 45 minutes, Daley wanted his squad to convert on more chances and be more offensive.

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Notebook: Wolverines prepare for up-tempo Utes squad

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

As Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said Monday, Utah’s offense resembles that of Indiana. And last year, the Hoosiers burned his unit for 47 points.

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Football

SportsMonday Column: Who are Michigan's true fans?

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BY GREG GARNO

So if Brady Hoke can call out everyone’s fanhood for his program then, don’t fans get a chance to call out his performance as a coach?

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The good, the bad and the ugly from Michigan's win over Miami

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

But not everything was a positive for the Wolverines, which held just a seven-point lead at halftime against a Mid-American Conference team that hasn’t won since Oct. 27, 2012.

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Wolverines drop two in Oregon despite strong offense

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BY JACOB GASE

Michigan (3-4) proved that it lives and dies by its defense, which held its own in a strong victory over Duke last week but was overwhelmed both this weekend and in last Saturday’s match with North Carolina.

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When Michigan needed him most, Green delivered

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BY MAX COHEN

“I told the coaches, ‘Give it to me, and I’m gonna get the job done, I’m gonna get in the end zone,’ “ Green said. “So they fed it to me, and I got the job done.”

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Notebook: With another class of impact freshmen, Michigan searching for defensive consistency

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BY JEREMY SUMMITT

That’s left much responsibility to the trio of captains. Amidst the role of mentoring another large recruiting class, Copp, Hyman, and Compher had the added pressure of guiding Michigan back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012.

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Sarkisian finds scoring touch for Wolverines

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BY SHAWN HEROOR

Redshirt Freshman Ani Sarkisian has been red-hot for the Wolverines, with four goals in the past 3 games.

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Michigan lacks finishing touch in ‘unfortunate’ defeat

BY WESLEY ROMAN

Less than a week after conceding a late equalizer in a draw with Maryland, the Michigan men’s soccer team was unable to get one of its own as it suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Bowling Green on Tuesday night at the U-M Soccer Stadium.

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Catching up with former Michigan guard Zack Novak

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

The Daily sat down with Zack Novak to talk about his new gig as a business analyst for McKinsey & Company, playing overseas and the current state of Michigan basketball.

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Recruiting rundown

Recruiting Rundown: Sept. 15

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

The 2015 Michigan football recruiting class is ranked 20th in the nation by ESPN. This weekend, Wolverine commits’ weekend included a suspension, a masterful passing performance and more. Here’s a rundown of how the 11 current Michigan commits fared this past weekend in their high school games.

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Five things we learned: Miami (Ohio)

BY MAX COHEN

After three weeks, numerous questions remain about the football team. Here are five things we learned after the defeat of the RedHawks.

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