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Michigan And Jim Harbaugh Lose Star Player

Michigan And Jim Harbaugh Lose Star Player

Michigan And Jim Harbaugh Lose Star Player

Michigan and Jim Harbaugh lost a star player this week.

Coming into the season there were a lot of unrealistic expectations for the Wolverines.

People assumed that with Urban Meyer finally gone, Michigan would be able to eclipse Ohio State as the top dogs in the Big Ten.

Obviously that did not end up happening.

The Buckeyes remained the class of the conference and Michigan was left to battle it out with Penn State, Wisconsin and Minnesota for second best.

When it was all said and done, Michigan finished the year 9-3.

Next up the Wolverines will take on Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide in the Citrus Bowl.

It is hard envisioning a scenario where Michigan is able to topple Alabama, but stranger things have happened.

Regardless of how this year ends, this much is certain: Michigan is going to lose a key offensive piece next year.

Wide receiver Tarik Black is reportedly entering the NCAA transfer portal.

“Confirmed Michigan wide receiver Tarik Black is in the transfer portal per a source,” tweeted out ESPN’s Tom VanHaaran.

Black had 323 receiving yards and one touchdown this season for the Wolverines.”

Black is a former four-star wide receiver who recorded 23 receptions for 323 yards and a score in 11 games for the Wolverines.

Coming out of high school Black was the No. 1 prospect out of the state of Connecticut.

Considering how underwhelming the team’s offense has been in recent years, losing a weapon like Black will hurt.

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