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Report: Harbaugh Had Nearly $136,000 Of Private Jet Usage In 12-Day SpanAccording to public records provided to USA Today, Harbaugh’s private jet usage from Jan. 19 to Jan. 30 of 2015 (as he wrapped up his recruitment class during his first month on the job) amounted to almost $136,000.
Dantonio On Harbaugh's Spring Break Trip: 'I Think It's Creative'“If we want to go to Florida or someplace else, in Texas or something like that, that would be our option to do that. And I guess that’s allowed right now.”
Michigan To Honor Chad Tough Foundation Saturday"All of us were moved by the fight young Chad Carr demonstrated against DIPG -- a terrible disease that has left zero survivors," said Beilein.
Terry Foster: Welcome To HarbaughmaniaThe man keeps on pushing it and burning bridges at every turn. My guess is he doesn't care because he flips the bird to anyone that questions him on twitter. And neither do most Michigan fans.
NCAA Committee Proposes New Video Reviews Of Targeting FoulsThe NCAA football rules committee has proposed giving video replay officials more authority to overturn incorrect targeting fouls and call targeting penalties when they are missed on the field.
Walton, Michigan Hang On To Beat Minnesota 82-74The Wolverines emerged with a clutch layup and pulled out the must-have victory on Wednesday night.
Harbaugh: 'Does Anyone Find Whining To Be Attractive'; Twitter Reacts AccordinglyThe first thing I thought about were the times that Harbaugh flipped out on the Michigan sidelines, some might consider it to be whining.
SEC Targets Spring Break Practices In Reaction To HarbaughThe vote came after Harbaugh, Penn State coach James Franklin and others set satellite camps in the Southeast.
ESPN's Todd McShay Says It Was A 'Mistake' To Attend Michigan's 'Signing Of The Stars'Did you have a problem with Todd McShay at Michigan's event?
Forbes Leads No. 10 Spartans To 89-73 Rout Of MichiganIt was hard for Tom Izzo to pinpoint exactly why Michigan State had so many open shots from 3-point range against Michigan.
Injuries Often A Factor When Michigan State Plays Michigan"I think there's been some bizarre injuries — and more than one," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said. "If it's one, you can survive it. If it gets to be two and three, I think that changes it."
'Right Fit' Is The Sell In B10 Recruiting, Sideshow Or Not When it comes to recruiting in the Big Ten, Ohio State's Meyer and Michigan's Harbaugh are the heavyweights.

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