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SportsMonday Column: Winning it all doesn't require winning it all

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY ZACH HELFAND

There were big riots in East Lansing on Saturday night, and I couldn’t confirm this, but I think it was in celebration of my intramural flag football team’s championship the previous day.

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Though unpaid, top players worth millions to University

BY ZACH HELFAND

All told, over three years as a starter, analysis shows that Gardner can be expected to add upwards of $16.5 million to Michigan in direct revenues, with many more millions in free advertising for the school.

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Data Table: media mentions by publication

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Notebook: There will be no coaching staff changes, Hoke says

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH HELFAND

“I anticipate the staff (returning),” Hoke told reporters after an event at Detroit’s Ford Field, according to multiple reports. Asked to clarify if that meant no coaching changes, Hoke said that is “correct.”

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Five Things We Learned: Ohio State

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY ZACH HELFAND

Schembechler and Hayes probably wouldn’t have recognized this weekend’s iteration of The Game. Michigan’s 41 points were the most ever scored by the losing team in this rivalry. During the Ten Year War, the most points scored by the losing team was 14. Michigan scored that many points before the first quarter ended.

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SportsMonday Column: This revamped Michigan team leaves more questions than answers

Terra Molengraff/Daily

BY EVERETT COOK

They played like they had nothing to lose because there wasn’t anything else to lose.

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Zach Helfand: For Michigan, a dizzying, brilliant, mesmerizing death

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY ZACH HELFAND

If it was a death, it was a mesmerizing death. It was an end fitting for this game that somehow made everyone believe again.

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Struggling rush defense compels Hoke to gamble

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY MATT SLOVIN

Devin Gardner said it, and then, separately, Cam Gordon echoed him.

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Notebook: Butt plays big role

Terra Molengraff/Daily

BY LIZ VUKELICH

Even though Devin Funchess has spent more than half the season playing mostly at wide receiver, Michigan coach Brady Hoke still includes his name when he rattles off the list of tight ends that made a difference in Saturday’s 42-41 loss to Ohio State.

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Despite regulations, Ohio State tradition for Michigan week continues

Nick Williams/Daily

BY MATT SLOVIN

Since 1990, Ohio State students have been jumping into Mirror Lake — located just off the university’s Oval, its equivalent of Michigan’s Diag — the week before The Game.

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Behind Enemy Lines

Behind Enemy Lines with Buckeye quarterback Braxton Miller

BY ZACH HELFAND

Braxton Miller: “A lot of teams look at us like we don’t really play nobody. I mean the schedule tells it all. But it ain’t easy to go out there and win each and every Saturday in college.”

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