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After slow start, Michigan rolls to 34-10 win against Miami (Ohio)

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Three first-half turnovers and undisciplined penalties throughout the game hurt the Wolverines (2-1) all afternoon.

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Notebook: Without Devin Funchess, Jake Butt shines

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BY GREG GARNO

Butt wasn’t targeted until the third quarter, but he lined up out wide like receiver as often as he was inside on the line. Still recovering from ACL surgery in February, Butt has still been limited as he transitions back

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The long road back: Butt's speedy recovery one of many in program

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Sophomore tight end Jake Butt has heard the jokes all his life. One look at his Twitter handle, JBooty_88, shows that. But he embraces the humor.

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Michigan Football: through the lens of the NFL

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Despite having 38 draft picks since 2004, Michigan has just 24 players on active rosters. Penn State has had 40 draft picks in that time. Notre Dame and Wisconsin? Forty-five each. Ohio State? Sixty-six. The Buckeyes also lead the Big Ten in active players with 29.

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Women's Soccer

Michigan outlasts Minnesota after controversial finish

BY JAKE LOURIM

When the ball bounced into the Minnesota net past a throng of confused players, the referee signaled a goal. And on that note, the Wolverines escaped with a 2-1 overtime victory.

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Q & A with Miami Student football writer, Tom Downey

BY GREG GARNO

It’s been more than a year and a half — games to be exact — since Miami (Ohio) has won a game. After a last-place finish in 2013, the RedHawks could be poised to fall to the cellar again.

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Field Hockey

Swarming defense makes Swenson’s job easy in win

BY ZACH SHAW

In a 2-0 victory over Providence, the Wolverines didn’t allow a shot until 43 minutes into the game. Even then, the Friars only mustered three shots in the game, making the freshman net-minder’s job quite simple.

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Michigan ready to hit Oregon Trail

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BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Michigan coach Mark Rosen is excited for the trip and to see what the Wolverines can accomplish against Oregon State on Friday and Oregon on Saturday in the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge.


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Women’s Basketball

Michigan hoops aces ‘The Program’

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BY KELLY HALL

The Michigan women’s basketball team took part in a team-building activity over the weekend in preparation for the upcoming season.

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Women's Golf

Dowling ready for second year at helm

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

Year one is in the books for Michigan women’s golf coach Jan Dowling. This fall, though, four of the seven athletes on her roster will be beginning the first year of their own Wolverine careers.

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Football

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Alejandro Zúñiga: The reality of a game when numbers are misleading

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

The reality is this: At halftime Saturday, the Wolverines led a school from Ohio, 17-10. Normally, that would be great. The problem? This wasn’t that Ohio team.

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When Michigan needed him most, Green delivered

BY MAX COHEN

“I told the coaches, ‘Give it to me, and I’m gonna get the job done, I’m gonna get in the end zone,’ “ Green said. “So they fed it to me, and I got the job done.”

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With Miami (Ohio), Michigan gets its chance to rebound

BY GREG GARNO

If the Michigan football team ever needed an easy opponent, it would be now.

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Breakdown: Michigan superior at every position

BY MAX COHEN

Michigan will try to avoid a similar fate to the one it nearly suffered last year in allowing another Mid-American Conference member, Akron, to stick around at the Big House until a last-second stop salvaged a 28-24 victory.

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Wolverines lose lead late in regulation, tie Maryland

BY MINH DOAN

Maryland’s first-ever Big Ten game in any sport would end in a tie after 20 minutes of overtime could not separate the two teams.

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Field Hockey

Capitalizing on penalty corners, field hockey shuts out Providence in first night game

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

The Wolverines dominated Providence en route to a 2-0 win, extending their home winning streak to 14 games.

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Football

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Notebook: Gardner criticism unwarranted, says Hoke

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Now in his second full season under center, the fifth-year senior has received significant criticism for his role in the Wolverines’ struggles, particularly following his performance Saturday against Notre Dame.

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