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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

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Women's Cross Country

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SportsTuesday Column: The best team on this campus

BY GREG GARNO

The best team on campus is ranked first in the nation and could win its first national championship in program history. But you might have gone the rest of the year without ever knowing a thing about them.

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Football

Gardner on Funchess: “He can probably be the best receiver to ever play here”

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Junior Devin Funchess is Michigan football’s newest No. 1, a number given to an exclusive group of Wolverines wide receivers.

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Football

Michigan football: The good, the bad, the ugly

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH AND MAX COHEN

This week, Michigan routed Appalachian State, 52-14, a redemption game from 2007’s upset loss.

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Men's Soccer

Louro makes strong statement in debut

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Not much shakes Louro’s confidence, according to Michigan coach Chaka Daley, and nothing did Sunday, either. His assertiveness earned him a shutout in his debut and gave the Wolverines a 3-0 win, their first of the season.

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Football

Alexa Dettelbach: Michigan can begin to heal, finally

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

No one will forget 2007, but a dominant victory Saturday begins a healing process seven years in the making. And even those fans that entered the stadium skeptical in the morning smiled because this elusive victory was finally had.

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Football

Recruiting Rundown: Sept. 1

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

The Daily takes a look at the latest and greatest on the Michigan football recruiting class.

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Football

Michigan's 'D' surprises Mountaineers, repeat of 2007 avoided

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Because of Appalachian State’s history in the Big House, this loss meant a little bit more to the Mountaineers.

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Women's Cross Country

Osika inches past Finn to win third straight Michigan Open

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Shannon Osika and Erin Finn took each other right down to the wire, finishing with identical times of 17:01.5.

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Men's Cross Country

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

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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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2014 Football Preview

Jabrill Peppers: The future begins now

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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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Football

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Five things we learned: Appalachian State

BY MAX COHEN

Though Michigan likely didn’t display the full breadth of its offense in the 52-14 rout of the Mountaineers, some things can be gleaned about the team from the victory.

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Football

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Notebook: Nussmeier finds success on the sidelines

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Nussmeier was animated on the sidelines — to the point where Hoke had to pull him back and make sure he didn’t wander onto the middle of the field.

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Men's Soccer

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Wolverines bounce back from season-opening loss, bully SMU

BY MINH DOAN

This time, the 4-3-3 formation that coach Chaka Daley implemented at the beginning of the season to become more offensive did exactly what it was supposed to: score goals.

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Women's Soccer

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Wolverines unravel in California in consecutive shutouts

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

For the first time since 2011, the Wolverines were shut out in back-to-back matches.

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Voleyball

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Young, ailing, Wolverines finish 2-1 in Arkansas

BY JACOB GASE

The youth and inexperience led to mixed results in the first regular season action as the Wolverines rolled past Stephen F. Austin and Tennessee State before dropping their final match to Arkansas in five sets.

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Football

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Behind Devin Funchess, running game, Michigan cruises past Mountaineers to redeem 2007 upset

BY GREG GARNO

Funchess caught three touchdown passes, sophomore running back De’Veon Smith ran the ball in and Devin Gardner finished with one incompletion to lead the Wolverines offense in offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier’s first game.

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Green, Smith star in Nussmeier's debut

BY MAX COHEN

Nussmeier’s arrival was supposed to rejuvenate Michigan’s running game, ineffective for the majority of the 2013 season, and the early returns were overwhelmingly positive in the 52-14 victory. The Wolverines rushed for 350 yards behind a more effective offensive line.

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