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Michigan Football

Two-time captain, former linebacker Ryan taken by Packers in fourth round of NFL Draft

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

Two-time captain and 2014 first-team All-Big Ten linebacker Jake Ryan was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round with the 129th overall pick.

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Funchess, Clark taken in the second round of NFL draft

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

Ex-Michigan wide receiver Devin Funchess was selected with the 41st pick by the Carolina Panthers. Former teammate and defensive end Frank Clark was selected by the Seattle Seahawks 63rd overall.

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SportsMonday Column: Jim Hackett’s indefinite tenure

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Nearly half a year into his indefinite tenure as Michigan’s interim athletic director, Jim Hackett hasn’t been very vocal about his stay.

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Michigan adds third commitment in four days

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

Harbaugh has now added three recruits to his 2016 class in four days, sandwiched around the team’s Spring Game on Saturday.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Under Harbaugh, attitude change signals return of Michigan culture

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

As Schembechler wrote in Bo’s Lasting Lessons, Harbaugh has “twice the brains and 10 times the heart,” and he has shown both since his introduction Dec. 30.

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Blue beats Maize, but defense the real winner of Spring Game

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

The Wolverines allowed 22.4 points per game last season, already an impressive figure good for 27th in the nation. But with the talent they return, highlighted by a linebacking corps that includes Morgan and senior Joe Bolden, they could be even better.

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Pasta or steak? Incentives add extra flair to Spring Game

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Like everything else Harbaugh has done this spring, the Spring Game contained extra incentive. For its postgame meal, the winning team received steak, while the losing team would have to settle for pasta.

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After season on the sidelines, Peppers seeing daylight

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

Returning for his second season with the program, the freshman has grown, learned, moved to safety and become the vocal leader of the defense.

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Morris leads QB battle as spring camp closes

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

When spring camp closed Saturday, Jim Harbaugh had what he wanted: a leader in the competition in Shane Morris.

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Harbaugh's Spring Game will be a different kind of affair

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

But Saturday will be the first time that attention will be turned to the football field, when Harbaugh will coach Michigan’s Spring Game. With his arrival, the excitement for the game around campus is more palpable than in years past.

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