Raymon Taylor Ready for Challenge of Becoming Michigan's Top Corner

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Raymon Taylor Ready for Challenge of Becoming Michigan's Top Corner
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Sophomore Raymon Taylor entered the season as a reserve cornerback with limited experience, most of which was gained in non-pressure situations. He'll end the season as Michigan's most experienced cornerback for Tuesday's Outback Bowl against No. 11 South Carolina (1 p.m., ESPN). The 19th-ranked Wolverines (8-4) will face the Gamecocks (10-2) without their top two cornerbacks. Sophomore Blake Countess suffered a season-ending ACL injury in the opener, and senior J.T. Floyd was suspended for a violation of team rules. That puts Taylor in an unusual position of leadership, despite being a sophomore in his first season as a starter...

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