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SportsTuesday Column: Keeping Denard Robinson a huge success for new coach Hoke

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BY RYAN KARTJE

Brady Hoke has been at the helm of the Michigan football program for less than one week, but he’s already accomplished his most important task of the offseason. Yes, his 2011 recruiting class may not be a Michigan-caliber class; decommitments from Dee Hart, Dallas Crawford, Jake Fisher and Matt Goudis will definitely hurt.

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Courtney Ratkowiak: Measuring-stick game proves Michigan's mediocrity

BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Rich Rodriguez was unusually calm — oddly calm, really — a few minutes after his team’s embarrassing 25-point home loss to Penn State. No sarcastic, biting comments. No cutting reporters off or snapping back at them when they said something he didn’t want to hear.

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In second straight road loss and second failed comeback, Michigan falls 30-28 to Iowa

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BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

IOWA CITY — With the end of Iowa’s Homecoming, the Wolverines couldn’t have been more relieved to finally be coming home.

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Wolverines from Texas, Florida wage the ultimate debate: Who's the fastest?

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BY ANDY REID

There’s a new rivalry brewing on the Michigan football team, and it has nothing to do with Columbus, South Bend or East Lansing.

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Behind play of Forcier and Hemingway, Michigan routs Western Michigan

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BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

It was an odd feeling, coming into a season opener against a Mid-American Conference team with absolutely no idea what to expect. But somewhere in the first 15 minutes of the Wolverines’ opener against Western Michigan on Saturday, they managed to make everything look easy again.

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Michigan routs Western Michigan to win first season opener in three years

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BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Before Saturday’s game, it felt like everyone on the Wolverines had something to prove. And immediately, they outdid themselves.

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Depth chart released, QB situation still a three-way race

BY ANDY REID

Just a couple of days before the start of the 2009 season, Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez finally released a depth chart. There aren’t really any surprising, including the quarterback position, which still lists Tate Forcier, Denard Robinson and Nick Sheridan at possible starters.

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With first game looming, quarterback race remains wide open

BY ANDY REID

On Sept. 5, Michigan football fans can fully expect to see three different maize-and-blue-clad players take snaps at quarterback. Rich Rodriguez promised it, position coach Rod Smith confirmed it, and the three guys — two of them true freshmen — don’t seem fazed by the news.

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Report: Wolverines no longer interested in pursuing Paulus

BY RUTH LINCOLN

Scout.com is reporting that the Michigan football team is no longer pursuing former Duke point guard Greg Paulus.
On the Dan Patrick radio show on Thursday, Paulus said he had an opportunity to compete at the quarterback position at Michigan. He said he spent Tuesday around the Wolverines and liked getting to know Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez.

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Paulus receives offer to join Wolverines and compete at quarterback

BY RUTH LINCOLN

Former Duke point guard Greg Paulus said in a conference call yesterday that he has been offered an opportunity to join the Michigan football team and compete for playing time at quarterback, according to ESPN.com. He has not been offered a scholarship, school officials told the Detroit News yesterday.

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