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5dDan Murphy

Harbaugh: Battle for Michigan's top QB 'rages on'

With Shea Patterson and Brandon Peters considered the front-runners, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he hopes to name a starting quarterback "sooner rather than later."

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8dDarren Rovell and Nick DePaula

UNC warns other schools in wake of violations

Officials from Michigan, Marquette and California acknowledged that they were contacted by North Carolina and now are in the process of investigating whether players at their schools resold shoes.

A look at Michigan's defense and QB competition (0:58)
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Big 10 And Big 12 Preview

Steve and Chris preview the entire Big Ten and Twelve conferences with some help from ESPN CFB analyst Greg McElroy.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan tight end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. has left the program, according to a school spokesman. Wheatley Jr. is the son of former Michigan running back and former running backs coach, Tyrone Wheatley. The Michigan spokesman noted that Wheatley Jr. notified the Michigan coaches of his decision on Thursday and that the decision to leave was fully on Wheatley Jr.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots signed rookie FB Henry Poggi (Michigan) on Wednesday, filling the void when rookie FB/TE Shane Wimann was waived/injured earlier in the week. The 6-foot-4, 257-pound Poggi was originally signed by the Raiders as an undrafted free agent in May, and was released by Oakland in June. During his college career, he appeared in 44 games with 17 starts — four at tight end and 13 at fullback. Poggi will wear No. 48 with the Patriots, and joins Pro Bowler James Develin at the position.

Harbaugh recommended player not eat chicken for odd reason (0:52)
Harbaugh in favor of adding more teams to CFP (0:38)
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39dPhil Steele

Which teams will have the best RBs in 2018?

Which college football programs have the top running backs for 2018? The best group should be in the Pac-12, where Bryce Love decided to play one more season at Stanford. Here are the top 15.

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46dPhil Steele

The teams that could make a surprise CFP run

Everyone knows Alabama and Clemson will be in the playoff mix. But what other teams could make a surprise run toward a title? It starts with Notre Dame.

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54dCraig Haubert

Scout's Take: DT Mazi Smith to Michigan

Michigan picked up its highest-rated recruit in the 2019 class, and he might remind Wolverines fans of another Michigan DT, Maurice Hurst.

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55dTom VanHaaren

U-M adds 3, including No. 29 prospect Smith

Michigan landed three commitments on Sunday, including one from ESPN 300 defensive tackle Mazi Smith, now the highest-ranked commitment in the Wolverines' 2019 class at No. 29.

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57dTom VanHaaren

C-Webb to appear at U-M after Harbaugh invite

With the NCAA's 10-year ban on Chris Webber having recently been lifted, the former Wolverines basketball star accepted Jim Harbaugh's invitation Friday to attend a football game at The Big House this season.

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83dEdward Aschoff

Patterson on Ole Miss exit: 'This is a business'

New Michigan quarterback transfer Shea Patterson reiterated that he left Ole Miss because school officials and coaching staff weren't forthright about NCAA violations within the football program.

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Campus Conversation: Slive, Cannon, Transfers, More

Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich & Chris Low discuss the legacies of Mike Slive & Billy Cannon (3:08), gambling's impact on the sport (17:00), the transfers that will shape the 2018 season (26:08), the Alabama/UCF beef (45:35) and more.

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AD wants Harbaugh at Michigan until retiring

Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel says he wants football coach Jim Harbaugh and basketball coach John Beilein to stay in Ann Arbor until they're ready to retire.

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100dDan Murphy

Harbaugh exploring ways to compensate players

Jim Harbaugh said Thursday that he's trying to learn if there are ways to provide his players with "deferred compensation" without making them full employees, which could create tax implications. He's yet to ask the NCAA if it would approve his ideas.

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