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Michigan Football

And then there were twelve

Patti Behler

BY ANDY REID

Sophomores among walk-ons that made it through first cut

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Rodriguez shakes off Buckeye taunts at speech

BY DAN FELDMAN AND IAN ROBINSON

Hatred for Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez has spread beyond West Virginia.
As Rodriguez began to address the crowd at halftime of yesterday's basketball game against Ohio State, an "asshole" chant came down from the top rows behind the north basket at Crisler Arena, where about 50 Buckeye fans were sitting. The Michigan faithful began to boo and point toward that section.
"Enjoy your seats up there," Rodriguez said, motioning toward the upper level.

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SportsMonday Column: Rodriguez's first report card

BY SCOTT BELL

The ball's in your court, Rich Rodriguez.
Now that the Michigan men's basketball team has finally toppled Ohio State, all focus shifts to your newly inherited team's struggles against the pesky Buckeyes.
That's what four straight losses will do. That's the weight that will be on your back when you're fighting to prevent Ohio State's first-ever five-game winning streak in this series when you travel to Columbus next November. That's the nature of this rivalry.

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Mike Hart who? One writer's shot at glory

BY ANDY REID

Every time Mike Hart limped off the field with an ankle injury, I told my friends not to worry. If needed, Lloyd Carr knew I could suit up at any time.
I've assured anyone who would listen that Michigan fans shouldn't fret over the ongoing Terrelle Pryor fiasco. I'm better equipped for Rich Rodriguez's spread option attack, anyway.
But last week, the unwarranted cockiness came back to get me. My editor proposed a once-in-a-lifetime story idea: Prove it.

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Tryouts attract football hopefuls

BY COURTNEY RATKOWIAK

Students hope to join team's spring practice

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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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