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10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East
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Michigan's biggest headache: J.T. Barrett

J.T. Barrett has scored eight touchdowns in his three games against the Wolverines. Jim Harbaugh & Co. will have to figure him out to end their losing streak in the rivalry.

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4dDan Murphy

Life after The Hit: The amazing second act for Michigan's Vincent Smith

Vincent Smith might be best known for becoming a viral sensation after Jadeveon Clowney decleated him in the 2013 Outback Bowl. But the hit never defined him, and now the former Wolverines RB's Team Gardens project is a making its mark in the community.

Dan Murphy
5dDan Murphy

That time Jim Harbaugh became Michigan's most famous law clerk

Less than a week after stumping in Washington, D.C., on behalf of a group that helps those who can't afford lawyers, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh decided to get a firsthand look at the process by serving as a law clerk in a Genesee County courthouse.

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Who is the future coach on each Top 25 team?

Tom VanHaaren believes that a particular Michigan running back is the current Wolverine most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.

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78 days until the college football season kicks off. Michigan defeated Rutgers 78-0 on October 8. It was the most points scored in a single game against an FBS opponent in 2016. It was the Wolverines' largest win since 1939 when they beat Chicago 85-0.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Jim Harbaugh is being gracious with his time in the Senate ...

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

There is a line to speak to Harbaugh after the event ...

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Jim Harbaugh told the audience he understands some might wonder why a football coach is here, but that "I am an American first and foremost, and all Americans should care about equal access to justice." He spoke for about five minutes.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Jim Harbaugh has traded his khaki pants today for a dark gray suit, gold tie and purple dress shirt, as he is about to speak in the U.S. Senate on behalf of lower-income families who need legal assistance. A photographer kindly approached him to help him fix the buttons on his suit. "They don't let me go out much," he joked. Harbaugh is taking his role here very seriously -- it's not just a celebrity appearance. He is still, however, a celebrity in this city. Harbaugh came to D.C. with his son yesterday and they went to the Nats game. Jay Harbaugh told me his dad was asked to take about 75 photos in three innings.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Good morning from the Senate Russell building, where Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is one of several speakers today in support of legal assistance programs for lower-income families. This is one of the programs President Donald Trump would like to eliminate.

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14dDan Murphy

Biggest offseason questions for the Big Ten East

Can Ohio State throw the ball? Can Michigan run it? We look at the biggest questions that each team will be trying to answer as they get back to work.

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Who's the next Jabrill Peppers?

The heir apparent for Peppers' do-everything role at Michigan is sophomore Khaleke Hudson, a hard-hitting hybrid and special-teams contributor.

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20dDan Murphy

How sports scientists are trying to change college football

Sports scientists come with high-tech machines, new-age techniques and one old-school trick to provide data that, when combined with other resources within a program, can unveil secrets to make any team better. So why are there still skeptics?

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Coaches from Michigan and Ohio State, as well as five other Big Ten teams, will be in attendance at USC's Rising Stars satellite camp on June 11. The camp boasts over 30 colleges and 10 plus conferences that will be coaching at the event, including the Wolverines, Buckeyes, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Northwestern and Vanderbilt among others.

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20dAndrea Adelson

Harbaugh, Taggart attend Kiffin's FAU camp

FAU coach Lane Kiffin said he was happy to have big-name coaches like Michigan's Jim Harbaugh and Willie Taggart of Oregon attend his football camp. Harbaugh caused a fuss last summer when his staff went on a barnstorming camp tour across the country.

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