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2014 Football Preview

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Jabrill Peppers: The future begins now

BY MAX COHEN

He’s still a kid, but in the eyes of Wolverine fans, Peppers represents hope. Can one teenager shoulder the load?

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2014 Football Preview

Greg Garno: The solution to avoid finishing 7-6

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BY GREG GARNO

Brady Hoke admitted his team needed to be closer. He knew then the difference in this year’s Michigan football team lies with its leadership. And that’s why this team will succeed, even if nobody believes them.

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Men's Soccer

Mistakes plague men’s soccer, 4-4-3 dysfunctional in season opener

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BY MINH DOAN

Ninety minutes and a mistake-filled game later, that stone-cold confidence was shattered, and the Wolverines walked off the field in silence with their heads down after losing a 1-0 battle to Florida International.

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Breakdown: Offensive line should have no issues with Appalachian State

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

On paper, the Wolverines are more talented than the Mountaineers across the board.

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Men's Cross Country

Men's cross country starts season with tune-up at Michigan Open

1 hours ago

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BY JUSTIN MEYER

For the 22nd-ranked Wolverines men’s cross country team, the sole home event of the season represented little more than a tuneup and a convenient setting to get used to pre-race jitters.

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Men's Soccer

Men’s soccer preview: Formation changes as optimism brews

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BY MINH DOAN

And for the Wolverines, how well the older and younger players mesh together will determine their success. They will get their first crack at it Friday against Florida International followed by Southern Methodist on Sunday to open the season.

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Women's Soccer

Michigan attempting to work out kinks before traveling to California

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

With high caliber teams in this weekend’s forecast, time is running out for the Wolverines to address their scoring issues before they suffer their first loss this season.

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2014 Volleyball Preview

Stacked Big Ten presents a tough task for young volleyball squad

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Michigan has consistently played a role in the national picture, qualifying for eight straight NCAA tournaments, but it has often been buried in the loaded Big Ten standings.

More preview content: Wolverines begin season in Arkansas | Position-by-position breakdown

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Men's Cross Country

Behind Sullivan, a new era begins at Michigan

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

After winning its first NCAA Great Lakes Regional title in six years and finishing as the runner-up at the Big Ten Championships for the second straight season, No. 22 Michigan will kick off its season competing in the Michigan Open this Friday. The non-scoring 5,000-meter race will give the Wolverine’s young team a chance to see where it stands.

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2014 Volleyball Preview

2014 Michigan volleyball: Position-by-position breakdown

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BY JACOB GASE

Coach Mark Rosen was already facing the challenge of reshaping a young team following the departure of five seniors. Now, a flurry of injuries in preseason practice has further exacerbated the issue.

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2014 Football Preview

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From the Fans: Remembering Appalachian State

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

The Michigan football team woke up on Sept. 1, 2007 as the fifth-ranked team in the nation and it went to sleep that night a national punch line.

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Hockey

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Michigan hockey alumni return to Yost Ice Arena

2 hours ago

BY ERIN LENNON

“It’s old-timer hockey, summer hockey,” Berenson said. “We had fun and we work on it. It was a good game. I’m just glad they all came back. It was a good turnout.”

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Men's Soccer

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Michigan disappoints, falls to underdog Panthers in season opener

2 hours ago

BY KELLY HALL

Michigan (0-1) was expecting to win its first match at the U-M Soccer Stadium after a long summer of two-a-days and an undefeated preseason that included a victory against No. 14 Louisville.

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2014 Football Preview

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Defensive issues overshadow experienced backfield as Appalachian State returns to Ann Arbor

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

“If we execute, we feel like we’re going to be able to make some plays,” Satterfield said.

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Breaking down Michigan’s 2014 schedule

BY MICHIGAN DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

The Daily breaks down each team (yes, even Miami, Ohio) before the first kick off against Appalachian State.

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Men's Soccer

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Captain-led camp helps Wolverines prepare for daunting season

BY KELLY HALL

In Daley’s third year with Michigan, optimism in the soccer program is growing despite the difficulty of the Wolverines’ upcoming schedule. The Big Ten coaches chose Michigan to finish third in the conference this season, which would be an improvement upon last season’s fourth-place finish.

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