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Monday, September 22, 2014

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James Coller/Daily

SportsMonday Column: Those who stayed

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

But most stayed in case Michigan pulled off the spectacular, so that someday their kids and grandkids might all hear the story of the greatest comeback in program history.

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Five things we learned: Utah

James Coller/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

The Wolverines were exposed against the Utes, struggling in nearly all areas of the contest. Here are the five things we learned after a wild, wet affair.

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Football

Defense stuffs high-powered Utes, but offense and special teams do unit no favors

James Coller/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

“The defense, what they did early in the football game was indicative of how they prepared and how they practiced and how they got ready to play the game,” said Michigan coach Brady Hoke.

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Windy conditions in Windy City lead to draw

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

The Windy City lived up to its name Sunday, just ask the Michigan men’s soccer team. Michigan played solid defense, but couldn’t capitalize on offense, en route to a 0-0 draw against Northwestern.

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Wolverines cruise past competition at Big Ten Preview

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY BRANDON HANDELSMAN

While the initial plan was to sit back and let other teams control the pace early, that dissolved quickly when standout junior Mason Ferlic, junior Tony Smoragiewicz and sophomore Ben Flanagan jumped out ahead to lead the pack.

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Wolverines show personality at Michigan Invitational

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

In the final non-conference game before the daunting conference season, Michigan (5-5) showed improved ball control and aggressiveness. But most importantly, the Wolverines showed personality and energy in arguably their best match of the season, just 24 hours after playing their worst.

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Football

In wet affair, Utah downs Michigan, 26-10

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

The lightning caused a delay, delivering a brief reprieve from Michigan’s misery. The game was suspended for 144 minutes, but only paused the inevitable. The Wolverines fell to Utah Saturday, 26-10, in a game where the rain created a peculiar situation that was the least of Michigan’s problems.

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VIDEO: Daily Two-Minute Drill: Football gets beat up, field hockey rallies late

The Michigan Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Everything you need to know about the week that was in Michigan sports. This week: The football team couldn’t hold off Utah, Michigan’s soccer teams were both on the road, the volleyball team went 2-1 in the Michigan Invitational and the field hockey team rallied to down Penn State.

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Volleyball

With sweep of Eagles, Michigan ends invitational on high note

BY BEN FIDELMAN

After committing 18 and 32 errors in games against Youngstown State and Kansas State, respectively, the Michigan volleyball team overcame its error-prone start at the Michigan Invitational to sweep Eastern Michigan, 3-0, in the final game of the weekend.

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James Coller/Daily

Greg Garno: It's time for a change

BY GREG GARNO

The boos fell down, the rain came down harder and everything about a nightmare in South Bend returned. Everything about last season returned. Including the coach.

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Football

Paul Sherman/Daily

Monday news bullets: Brady Hoke’s press conference

12 minutes ago

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

The Michigan football coach addressed his team’s quarterback situation, whether he believes the program is in a crisis and more.

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Allison Farrand/Daily

Michigan finishes with near-perfect score in Big Ten Preview

BY SAM LEMMEN

The Wolverines kept the field behind them as seven runners finished in the top 10, four in the top five.

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Ruby Wallau/Daily

The good, the bad, the ugly: Utah

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

The Daily football beat picks out the good, the bad and the ugly from this week.

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Allison Farrand/Daily

Field hockey extends streak with hard-fought win over Kent State

BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The 18th-ranked Wolverines had the advantage in every statistical category in their win over Kent State.

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Teresa Mathew/Daily

Wolverines see streak snapped at Rutgers

BY SHAWN HEROOR

An exhausted Michigan squad failed to register a single shot on target en route to a 1-0 loss to the Scarlet Knights.

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Football

Daily staff picks: Week No. 4

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

Each week, the Daily football beat makes picks against the spread. Our guest picker was Daily alum Mark Burns.

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Ruby Wallau/Daily

Gardner makes it long afternoon for Funchess, offense

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Once again, junior wide receiver Devin Funchess was the best offensive player for the Michigan football team. But once again, it wasn’t enough.

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