In an average week, TheWolverine.com produces between 40-60 content pieces, and some of the most insightful features can get lost in the mass. So every Friday, we will highlight the seven to 10 stories you simply can't miss.
On Monday, former Wolverine linebacker Obi Ezeh debuted his weekly column, Monday Morning LB.
On Tuesday, former U-M defensive tackle Will Heininger combined with Editor Chris Balas to explain the fundamentals that go into being a successful lineman.
Also on Tuesday, Balas spoke with Athletics Director David Brandon, who said the chances of Michigan backing out on Notre Dame in 2014 are slim to none.
On Wednesday, U-M delivered some bad news - sophomore receiver Amara Darboh would miss the 2013 campaign with a foot injury. Managing Editor Michael Spath delivered analysis on what this meant for Darboh and for the Maize and Blue while Balas wrote that there is a tremendous opportunity now for redshirt freshman wideout Jehu Chesson.
Every day, you can expect a podcast on TheWolverine.com, and on Thursday, Spath and staff writer Andy Reid debated one of the remaining position battles - free safety.
Later that night, Balas delivered some rumblings he's heard from fall camp in an ITF Extra while the entire staff contributed to Friday morning's Inside The Fort.
Recruiting Editor Tim Sullivan was on the road this week, visiting as many high school football scrimmages as he could. On Friday, he posted highlights of 2014 commitment Maurice Ways.
Finally, Friday afternoon, 2015 defensive back Shaun Crawford committed to Michigan and Sullivan has everything you want to know in one place.
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