In case you missed it: This weeks best features

A recap of the best stories produced this week.
On Monday, John Borton discussed the Minnesota game with sideline reporter Doug Karsch.
We had a full house of reporters this week, featuring's Nick Baumgardner, the Detroit Free Press' Mark Snyder, and The Michigan Daily's Zach Helfand for Monday Morning Sports Reporters.
Also on Monday, former offensive lineman David Moosman offered kudos to the new-look OL and to QB Devin Gardner for their play.
Tim Sullivan has his analysis and highlights of 2015 four-star target Brian Cole while Kevin Minor had the roundup of all of U-M's 2014 and 2015 commitments.
On Tuesday, Chris Balas had an ITF Extra on hoops recruiting while in football he unveils a new Big Ten Power Rankings.
Michael Spath takes a stab at ranking the 17 undefeated teams in college football.
Andy Reid introduces us to 2016 RB prospect Martell Pettway and Balas finished the day with a story on recent 2014 hoops recruiting commitment D.J. Wilson.
On Wednesday, former linebacker Obi Ezeh offered his weekly column, Borton pens articles on starting defensive tackle Quinton Washington and Thomas Gordon.
Spath hosted this week's The Fort Q&A.
Thursday brought us Balas' column on the positive state of Michigan's athletic department while Spath's column (Part II from last week) offered insight into the defense from former players.
Keeping with football, Reid has a story on the offensive line while Borton sits down with legendary coach Jerry Hanlon for a podcast and a video demonstration.
To close Thursday, the Michigan hockey team upset No. 4 Boston College, and we had the story and impressions.
Finally, on Friday, we bring you staff picks, matchups with the Nittany Lions, the weekly recruiting wrap and Inside The Fort.
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