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Michigan Football

Spring Game 2014

On an embattled defense, Lewis steps up

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

He began the scrimmage with a bang for the Wolverines, one he hopes was an early indicator of the team’s new defensive mentality.

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Photo Gallery: Spring Game 2014

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BY DAILY PHOTO STAFF

Photos from the 2014 Spring Game.

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Spring Game 2014

Alejandro Zúñiga: Fortunately, five months remain until football season

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

This isn’t Desmond Howard’s team anymore, nor is it Charles Woodson’s, who stood on the other sideline. This is Michigan, a program that hasn’t won a Big Ten Championship in a decade.

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Spring Game 2014

An early look at Nussmeier's offense

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

What the Wolverines showed Saturday was “vanilla,” as quarterback Devin Gardner called it.

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Spring Game 2014

What to watch for in Saturday's Spring Game

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BY GREG GARNO

Michigan coach Brady Hoke must like almost everything about his team, except for maybe his team as a whole.

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Notebook: Canteen shining, Hagerup back on the field

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

It may only be a few weeks into spring football practice, but the early-enrollees are already making waves.

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Notebook: Early enrollees compete for playing time

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BY MAX COHEN

Many of the early enrollees have impressed during spring practice.

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Simplicity leading to success for young offensive line

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Some of the Wolverines’ shortcomings last year weren’t just physical, and they should be fixed this fall.

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Four-star cornerback Garrett Taylor commits to Michigan

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Monday afternoon, cornerback Garrett Taylor gave the Wolverines coaching staff its sixth verbal commitment. The four-star prospect chose Michigan over Stanford, Michigan State, South Carolina and Tennessee.

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Notebook: Three-man battle for QB role

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

“I feel like I’m getting better and better each day,” Gardner said. “By the season, I feel like I should be 100 percent.”

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