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Michigan Football

Jim Harbaugh lands in Michigan

BY MAX COHEN

Reported future Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh landed at the Detroit Metro Airport shortly after 5 p.m. Monday night.

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Update: Harbaugh lands in Michigan, to be hired as next football coach

BY MAX COHEN AND JAKE LOURIM

After weeks of rumors and speculation, Jim Harbaugh will be named Michigan’s head football coach this week, according to multiple reports.

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From war paint to Shakespeare, Harbaugh's competitive antics memorable to former players

Courtesy of Simon Warby/The Stanford Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Harbaugh is the man Michigan wants as its next football coach, the person many believe can inject life into a football program struggling through years of mediocrity.

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Football

Funchess foregoes senior season to enter 2015 NFL Draft

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Junior wide receiver Devin Funchess has decided to forego his senior season of eligibility for the 2015 NFL draft.

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In his last appearance with team, focus of banquet on Hoke

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Though it was his first chance to address the public since he was fired Tuesday, the 12 seniors who spoke on his impact overshadowed Hoke’s words.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Michigan's interim man is here to stay

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Tuesday, when Jim Hackett left the media room, the interim title might as well have disappeared too.

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VIDEO: The Boardroom (Episode 11)

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

This week on The Boardroom, we talk about the firing of former Michigan football coach Brady Hoke, predict who may succeed him and break down what has made Ricky Doyle a dominating force for the men’s basketball team.

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Six-player recruiting class heads into uncertain time

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY BEN FIDELMAN

One aspect of a football program that changes drastically with a coaching change is the recruiting scene. And this trend isn’t new to Michigan, which announced the firing of Brady Hoke on Tuesday afternoon. The lack of on-field success this season has led to coaching instability that had recruits fleeing for months.

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Fred Jackson surprised by Hoke firing, not certain on future

Amanda Allen/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Even amidst the speculation surrounding Brady Hoke’s job status, running backs coach Fred Jackson was still surprised by Tuesday’s announcement that Hoke had been fired.

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Hackett explains decision to fire Hoke

Amanda Allen/Daily

BY MAX COHEN AND ALEXA DETTELBACH

“When you make the decision to change someone’s life, you’d better take the time think about it,” Hackett said. “And, in this case, I did take the time. I was very deliberate about it.”

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