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  1. Weekly Update: Michigan recruiting notes

    Chantel Jennings & Tom VanHaaren

    The weekly update is a look into Michigan recruiting: A FAMILIAR NAME Legacy commits always get people excited. Last week, the Wolverines picked one up from 2015 offensive lineman Jon Runyan Jr. (Philadelphia/St. Joseph's Prep). So it's no surp...

    Blog | July 03, 2013
  2. Runyan Jr. says U-M offer 'hard to beat'

    Chantel Jennings

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Jon Runyan Jr. (Philadelphia/St. Joseph's) grew up with Michigan photos and posters adorning the walls of his house. On Saturdays, his father, former Wolverines All-Big Ten tackle Jon Runyan, and their extended family would fill t...

    Blog | June 24, 2013
  3. Michigan in the NFL: Week 3

    Michael Rothstein

    Here are how Michigan's alumni fared in Week 3 of the NFL season: Jay Feely, K, Arizona: Made both his field goals and all three extra points in a 27-6 win over Philadelphia. Next up -- vs. Miami, Sunday 4:05 p.m. Leon Hall, CB, Cincinnati: Was...

    Blog | September 25, 2012
  4. Michigan in the NFL: Week 2

    Michael Rothstein

    Here's a look at how former Michigan players fared during Week 2 of the NFL season: Jay Feely, K, Arizona: Made both his field goals and extra points in a 20-18 win over New England. Next up -- vs. Philadelphia, 4:05 p.m. Sunday Leon Hall, CB, ...

    Blog | September 18, 2012
  5. Inside Michigan-OSU: WRs and TEs

    Austin Ward and Michael Rothstein

    The Inside The Game Ohio State-Michigan positional previews with BuckeyeNation's Austin Ward and WolverineNation's Michael Rothstein continue today with a look at perhaps the biggest question marks on the offense for both schools. The wide receive...

    Blog | August 02, 2012
  6. Former Michigan Wolverines lineman Jon Runyan builds political ca...

    Michael Rothstein

    Former U-M and Philadelphia Eagles OL Jon Runyan is in the thick of a political career he hopes will continue at length, as he focuses his support on issues including research for head injuries and Alzheimer's disease.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2012