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Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Michigan Football

Average Joes get their chance

BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez will hold open tryouts today

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Pryor: I don't know where I'm going

Emily Mayer

BY NATE SANDALS

Even without prized QB, Michigan's class still among best in the country

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'M' lands large class of linemen

BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Speed, not size, matters most in new offense

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The perfect upset: Giants shock Pats

Brian Merlos

BY AP

GLENDALE, Ariz.- Oh well, nobody's perfect. Except maybe Eli Manning.
A masterful magician when the stakes were highest, Manning engineered one of the best drives in Super Bowl history yesterday to help the New York Giants squash the New England Patriots' run at history-making perfection with a 17-14 victory.

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The future is more than one man

Patti Behler

BY SCOTT BELL

The Terrelle Pryor saga finally ends Wednesday.
Well, maybe.
Pryor, the dual-threat quarterback and the nation's No. 1 recruit according to both Rivals.com and Scout.com, is expected make his college decision on National Signing Day, just two days from now.
Reports coming from his hometown of Jeannette, Pa., say that decision may be delayed to allow him to make a last-minute campus visit or two.

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Looking to settle suit, coach files letter with court

BY ANDY KROLL AND COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Rodriguez letter says he can pay $1.5 million if ordered by court

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SportsMonday Column: Here's a proposition

BY SCOTT BELL

Whether you're excited for the Super Bowl itself, the halftime show and commercials or just the simple fact that a week from now Tom Brady's ankle will no longer be front-page news, nearly everyone has a vested interest in this Sunday's Patriots-Giants matchup.
Me? While those are enough to get me excited, I truly love the Super Bowl for another reason.
Prop bets.

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Where are Lloyd's minions going?

BY SCOTT BELL

Scot Loeffler obviously likes a challenge. But really? This much of a challenge?
If he thought turning a lanky, awkward John Navarre into a first-team All Big Ten performer was a tough task (it was, and he did), then he might not realize what he's in for next.
Loeffler, Michigan's former quarterbacks coach, is headed to the Detroit Lions to take the same position.
Yes, those Detroit Lions.
Loeffler jumps ship from the state's most successful football team to its biggest laughingstock.

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Pryor to visit A2 this week

BY NATE SANDALS

No. 1 rated recruit also traveling to LSU

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Scott Bell: Rodriguez: All business from the get-go

Maureen Sullivan

BY SCOTT BELL

The Rich Rodriguez media tour is in full force. If you went all weekend without seeing or hearing from the new Michigan football coach, congratulations: You live in a cave.
Whether you saw him on ESPN, heard him on talk radio or ran into him at Friday night's hockey game (Coach, we'll forgive you for the 0-fer in Score-O if you beat Ohio State), Rodriguez has seemingly been everywhere the past week.
But as impressive and exciting as Rodriguez's public antics are, his antics behind closed doors are even more encouraging.

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