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Mallett, Manningham, Arrington Leaving Michigan
Wednesday, 2008 January 9 - 2:06 pm
It just became official; quarterback Ryan Mallett is leaving Michigan, in search of a program that better fits is pro-style passing skills. He is considering Tennessee, where former Michigan offensive coordinator Mike DeBord and former Michigan quarterbacks coach Scott Loeffler are reportedly being considered for jobs.

Meanwhile, coach Rich Rodriguez said last night that Arrington and Manningham are also leaving Michigan for the NFL.

With only two inexperienced scholarship quarterbacks on the roster, Steven Threet and David Cone, it has suddenly become critical for Rodriguez to land some quarterback recruits. You can expect that Rodriguez will call for an all-out-blitz to land top high school prospect Terrell Pryor, a mobile quarterback who would do well under Rodriguez' spread offense.

At wide receiver, Michigan has had success in previous recruiting classes, and depth is decent; however, there will surely be a drop-off from Manningham and Arrington, who each had dazzling performances at times during this past season.
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College Football Recap
Tuesday, 2008 January 8 - 11:03 am
A look back at the Michigan game, and comments on last night's championship.

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Live-Blogging the Michigan Game
Tuesday, 2008 January 1 - 1:27 pm
Well, almost live... I'm starting on a twenty-minute DVR delay.

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