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APR 21, 2014 - Detroit Free Press

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Jeff Seidel: Give Hoke credit for addressing U-M's badly needed fixes

Michigan football coach Brady Hoke says this year's Wolverines are getting more consistent coaching and have better team chemistry. Jeff Seidel is glad to hear it and wonders what took so long.

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APR 18, 2014 - New York Times

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Dierdorf, Ex-Wolverine, Joins Michigan Radio

Dan Dierdorf, 64, who played offensive tackle for Michigan under Bo Schembechler, announced his return to broadcasting with a three-year contract as the radio analyst for Wolverines football.

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APR 17, 2014 - New York Times

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Dierdorf to Be Michigan Radio Analyst

Dan Dierdorf, 64, who played offensive tackle for Michigan under Bo Schembechler, announced his return to broadcasting with a three-year contract as the radio analyst for Wolverines football.

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APR 17, 2014 - Detroit Free Press

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U-M hires Dierdorf as radio analyst; Brandstatter shifts to play-by-play

The University of Michigan Athletic Department and IMG College, the university's multimedia rights partner, announced today (Thursday, April 17) that college and NFL Hall of Fame player and broadcaster Dan Dierdorf will be joining Jim Brandstatter in the radio booth for Wolverines football broadcasts on the Michigan IMG Radio Network beginning this fall.

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APR 16, 2014 - Detroit Free Press

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Jeff Seidel: Now the eyes of Michigan are on McGary

For now, at least, McGary is the only player left at Michigan who started in the 2013 NCAA championship game. After the news conference, McGary and the rest of the Wolverines were whisked away to a weight-lifting session and made unavailable for comment. 'He's been working out with us in our individual workouts, not the full go, but he's making ...

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