Anlauf initially decided to become a preferred walk-on wide receiver with the Michigan football team, but circumstances eventually allowed Anlauf, now preparing for the final game of his college football career, another foray into basketball.
Michigan junior tight end Jake Butt said Monday that he’s considering foregoing his senior season and entering the NFL Draft.
Butt, who was named the Big Ten Tight of the Year last week, said his decision will come in the near future, likely “in the next week or so.” As of now, Butt is 50-50 on his decision. He recently made a pros and cons list with his father, he said, and staying at Michigan and going to the NFL had arguments on each side.
Jeff Holzhausen laughed when he heard that Jim Harbaugh might be interested in joining his yearly tradition.
Each year since 1997, Holzhausen has gathered a group of Michigan fans to walk to the graves of former Michigan announcer Bob Ufer and former Michigan coach Fielding Yost before the Wolverines play Ohio State. Former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler’s grave was added in 2007 after he passed away before the Ohio State game in 2006.
But never had there been a participant of Harbaugh’s stature.