Michigan Wolverines Football News: March 20, 2008
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Michigan Football Will Be Just Fine Without Pryor
QB Pryor picks Ohio State over Michigan
Wolverines already have a dual-threat quarterback not named Pryor
Pryor’s a Buckeye
Top-ranked QB Pryor commits to Ohio State
As for Michigan, recently hired coach Rich Rodriguez put on full-press coverage to sway Pryor, and in the end was difficult to say no. "Coach Rod was still recruiting me this morning, saying all the things," Pryor said.
Pryor sought the advice of NFL personnel regarding Michigan's spread offense, the same one Rodriguez popularized at West Virginia. The feedback was positive that it would prepare him for the NFL, but it wasn't enough to change his mind.
Go Blue! Why Pryor should choose Michigan
Rodriguez says first spring practice at Michigan was typical
Could U-M play a spring game at Ford Field?
Pryor’s Decision: QB To Select Ohio State Or Michigan
Michigan defense needs to carry load for Rich Rod's offense
Tough first day for Wolverines learning Rodriguez’s spread option
Paper examines Michigan athletes' academics
Michigan's academic misstep
Paper says standards eased for athletes
Handing Out Cheap Grades at Michigan?
Carty column: The first step of a long journey for Rodriguez, Michigan
eBay Watch: 1930 Michigan Football Jersey
Draft Analysis: Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan Wolverines
Michigan has new look this spring
Offseason program has Wolverines looking, feeling different
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