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Jim Harbaugh vague about QB Wilton Speight
Jim Harbaugh would not confirm that quarterback Wilton Speight will miss the remainder of the season in Monday’s press conference, though he did provide some information.
Michigan commits Kevin Doyle and Stephen Herron Jr. visit
QB Kevin Doyle of St. John’s College in Washington, D.C., the most recent 2018 commit, took his official visit to Michigan on Saturday. Stephon Herron Jr., a 2019 5-star commit, made the trip to Ann Arbor from Louisville, Ky. Herron wasn’t phased by the Wolverines loss to the Spartans.
Michigan-Penn State game details revealed
ABC will televise the Oct. 21 prime-time game from Penn State’s Beaver Stadium. The Nittany Lions have declared the clash a “White Out” game.
John O’Korn not to blame for loss on Saturday
Rachel Lenzi argues the loss to Michigan State happened because the whole offense struggled, not just QB John O’Korn. Receivers, running backs and the offensive line made mistakes against the Spartans, mistakes that had nothing to do with O’Korn.
Colin Cowherd defends Jim Harbaugh
Not everyone criticized Harbaugh Monday. Cowherd argued that Harbaugh joined the Big 10 coaching ranks at “the toughest time in 30 years.”
Michigan football stock watch
Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press takes stock of the Wolverines after losing to the rival Spartans. Hint: No one on the offense saw his stock climb.
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