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LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron treated for cancer, continuing job

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said Friday that has been treated successfully for prostate cancer and plans to maintain his regular coaching duties this season. 290 more words

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LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron treated for cancer, continuing job

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said Friday that has been treated successfully for prostate cancer and plans to maintain his regular coaching duties this season. 288 more words

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Waxing Michigan Football with John Falk

On Tuesday, Ryan and Rico were joined by Michigan Equipment Manager for over 40 years, Jon Falk. Falk tells stories about his time at the University of Michigan, as well as, talking about the different head coaches at the University of Michigan throughout his time. – Listen at DetroitSports1051.com

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Harbaugh says Wolverines about to go quiet

By NOAH TRISTER, AP Sports Writer

Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.

Photos: Michigan Media Day Football

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The first question Jim Harbaugh took at media day was from a first grader. 658 more words

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Harbaugh says Wolverines about to go quiet

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The first question Jim Harbaugh took at media day was from a first grader.

The new Michigan coach was in an upbeat, somewhat playful mood Thursday, answering a few questions from kids amid several more from reporters. 589 more words

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Big Ten Football's Mount Rushmore

It’s the never-ending argument or debate in sports, who’s the greatest? If you think narrowing it down to one is difficult, try coming up with a top four. 992 more words

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All pros, no cons for Michigan and Jim Harbaugh's football camps

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — As Jim Harbaugh introduces the guest speaker, he lists an impressive array of awards and accomplishments. He calls the speaker a “great leader and great husband,” and adds, “When someone says ‘coach,’ I think of someone like him.” But here, considering the venue, is perhaps Harbaugh’s highest compliment: 1,237 more words

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