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Michigan Football

Zordich builds, adds secondary depth

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

With junior Jourdan Lewis, senior Blake Countess and junior Channing Stribling all returning from last year’s cornerback unit. Zordich is counting on a mix of old and new personnel to step up.

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Cole making strides at center

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

With incumbent center Jack Miller leaving the team at the beginning of spring practice and fifth-year senior Graham Glasgow suspended for a probation violation, Cole has been thrust into action in the middle of the offensive line.

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During transition season, Mattison finds stability

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

“I made up my mind that if I had the opportunity, I’d love to stay, and I did. So I stayed,” said Michigan defensive line coach Greg Mattison.

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Baxter building with special teams from the ground up

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

A year removed from his last stint at Southern California, John Baxter is building his special teams unit from the ground up. After losing punter Will Hagerup and kicker Matt Wile to graduation, Baxter has his hands full tweaking the replacement candidates.

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Brotherly love highlights Harbaugh relationship

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

It’s evident the affection between the siblings is brotherly to its core. Born just 15 months apart, competition is an integral part of their relationship, even to this day, when Jim is 51 years old and John is 52.

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Harbaugh's first spring marked by competition

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Wrestling was a regular occurrence in the Harbaugh household when the brothers were going up. Jim Harbaugh has been working this spring to apply that fighter’s mentality to his football team.

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Jedd Fisch working with different skill sets, in no rush for finality

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

Some of the tools Fisch seems to be hoping for in his starter for can be seen in each of the three, but not all of the characteristics can be found in one player yet.

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New coordinators not afraid to shake things up in spring

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

Over the next five weeks, D.J. Durkin and Tim Drevno will start sorting out personnel issues on the field, not based on past success or film.

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Jim Harbaugh's holiday: Spring practice opens

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Jim Harbaugh compared the first day of spring practice to some warped combination of 24 hours that included New Year’s, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, a birthday, a family reunion and the first day of school.

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Athletic Department to announce need-based ticket prices

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Students who meet the eligibility criteria for the Federal Pell Grant will be able to purchase season tickets for football, men’s basketball and hockey at a discounted rate. The standard prices for football, men’s basketball and hockey tickets in the 2015-16 will be $175, $200 and $150, while the discounted prices are $100, $120 and $90.

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