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Michigan Football

The good, the bad and the ugly: Maryland

James Coller/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

With the season on the line, the Michigan football team came up short in a 23-16 home loss to Maryland. The loss all but ended the Wolverines’ hope for a bowl bid with a game at No. 7 Ohio State, the last chance for Michigan to reach six wins. The Daily picks out the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s senior day loss.

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Devin Gardner's final moments in Michigan Stadium

James Coller/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

With the final moments of his last home game passing by before his eyes, Gardner stood in front of Michigan’s bench a few feet away from the sidelines. He spoke with no one.

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Football

Alejandro Zúñiga: Following Senior Day loss, enough is enough

James Coller/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

There will be no bowl game. Rather, the Wolverines will win two fewer games than they did in 2013, which was one fewer game than they did in 2012, which was three fewer games than they did in 2011.

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'Very aggressive mistakes' on special teams overshadow loss

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

It took just two mistakes on special teams to cost the Michigan football team an 11-point swing.

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Michigan falls to Maryland, 23-16, after offense fails to capitalize

James Coller/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

For the Wolverines, their offense relied on the running game, which had its most rushing yards against a Power 5 team this season with 398. Eighty-two of those yards, in addition to the team’s lone touchdown, came from Gardner, who had a burst he has been lacking for most of the season because of injury.

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For Steven Threet, Michigan's season not an unprecedented one

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BY GREG GARNO

But if there’s one person who does know, it might be Steven Threet. Yes, the same guy who played one year with the Wolverines may be one of the most familiar with what this year’s team has had to handle.

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Mitropoulos-Rundus: From high school band to the Michigan football team

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Mitropoulos-Rundus didn’t play football at Pioneer High School. He played the drums as a full-fledged member of the drumline with a quad set of drums hanging by his waist. Saturday, that kid in the Pioneer marching band will be honored on Senior Day for his three years on the Michigan football team — one as a tight end and two as a defensive lineman.

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Breakdown: Michigan should win most matchups against Maryland

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

As a new member of the Big Ten, the Terrapins (3-3, 6-4) haven’t played at Michigan Stadium since 1990, when they lost, 45-17. But with Michigan native C.J. Brown leading Maryland under center, the Terrapins are ready to challenge the Wolverines' chances at a bowl berth.

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One final chance to get things right at home for Michigan

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Saturday marks Senior Day at Michigan Stadium, when the program will honor the 12 student-athletes who will play in their final home game. It might be Hoke’s last game there, too.

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Behind Enemy Lines

Behind Enemy Lines: Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

The Daily sat down with Brown at Big Ten Media Day in July to discuss his return to his home state.

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