Jeremy Clark Denied Sixth Year, What Does It Mean for Michigan’s Secondary?

Michigan cornerback Jeremy Clark has been denied a sixth year by the NCAA, according to WTKA Radio in Ann Arbor, this is a big blow to the Michigan secondary that was decimated by graduation following Michigan’s Orange Bowl loss to Florida State.

Clark suffered a torn ACL in the Penn State game and Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh had sought a medical redshirt.  Clark started the first three games of the season in place of Jourdan Lewis who missed the beginning of the season with an injury.

Clark has signed with an agent and plans to play in the NFL.

Clark started seven games at corner in 2015 and three in 2016 before his injury.  Clark was an important member of the Michigan secondary, battling Channing Stribling for the starting spot.

Michigan will enter the 2017 season with very lit...

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Why Did Michigan Shake Up Its Offensive Coaching Staff?

I’ve now confirmed through two independent sources that the staff shake-up was definitely intentional by Michigan Head Coach Jim Harabaugh.

Sources in Ann Arbor have informed me that Jedd Fisch and Tyrone Whealtley’s departures are not unexpected and are part of the plan for Harbaugh.  While Harbaugh liked and respected both Fisch and Wheatley, sources tell me he wasn’t thrilled with the way the passing offense worked down the stretch for the Wolverines.   There was a division among the coaches (Harbaugh, Fisch, Drevno and Wheatley) as to the best way to improve the offense and Drevono’s opinion won out.  I’m told the main reason Fisch left for UCLA is he coveted more control over the play calling and that wasn’t happening with Tim Drevno firmly in place as the play-caller.


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