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Michigan Football

Notebook: Brady Hoke not concerned about job status amid athletic director change

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

“I’ve never been concerned about a job, ever, and I never will be,” Hoke said Monday. “Because if I get concerned about a job, then you get distracted. … If I get distracted, I’m not being fair to those kids who haven’t been distracted.”

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Football Recruiting

Recruiting Rundown: November 4

BY JUSTIN STERN

As the Feb. 4 deadline approaches, here’s a rundown of how the nine committed high school prospects fared this past weekend.

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Michigan Daily Exclusive

Schlissel says search for Athletic Director hasn't started, 'open to the idea' of AD with no Michigan ties

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

“I can tell you that the names that I read about in the newspaper are people I’ve never heard of before. So it’s hard to imagine that I’ve actually spoken to them,” Schlissel said.

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The good, the bad, the ugly: Indiana

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

The Michigan football team looked like an entirely new group on Saturday against Indiana following last week’s dismal performance against Michigan State. Against the Spartans, the Wolverines waited until late into the fourth quarter to score, this week they needed less than 10 minutes to find the end zone.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Ditching the 'Michigan Man' myth

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

The Wolverines have the tradition and the arrogance and the maize T-shirts. But it’s time to stop pretending Michigan Men are any inherently better than anyone else.

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Five Things We Learned: Indiana

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

The Michigan football team grabbed its second conference win of the season in a dominant 34-10 win over Indiana on Saturday. It was the Wolverines’ 19th straight win over the Hoosiers, leaving them in a better position to land a bowl game.

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Greg Garno: The day Drake Johnson got his chance to shine

Katherine Pekala/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

For a running game that looked stagnant and struggled, his emergence brought a spark when it was needed. He had worked his way to this moment, ever since that day he was helped off the field.

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Football

Wolverines defense 'designed' to stop Indiana, holds Hoosiers to worst performance of the year

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Ryan fought off a block to knock the ball from Coleman’s arm, and the Michigan football team recovered the fumble. The Wolverines scored a touchdown on the ensuing possession on their way to a 34-10 win at the Big House.

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Despite attention to Brandon's resignation, Michigan football maintains its focus

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Life after Brandon officially began Saturday when the Wolverines trounced Indiana, 34-10, in their annual homecoming game.

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Football

Michigan sticks together in 34-10 win

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Instead, the Wolverines prevailed against the outside noise, defeating the Hoosiers, 34-10. Michigan led 17-0 at the half, a lead large enough against the lackluster Indiana offense. Fifth-year senior quarterback Devin Gardner threw two touchdowns in the first half, marking the first time this year Michigan has thrown for two touchdowns against a Power 5 team.

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