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Michigan Football: 48 Players Named To Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team

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Michigan sophomore linebacker Devin Bush Jr. is one of 48 football players to make the Academic All-Big Ten Team.
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According to a press release, Michigan's football team had 48 players named to the Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team for their performance in the classroom.

The University of Michigan as a whole had a record 122 athletes named to the team across all fall sports. It is also the most of all Big Ten schools.

Criteria for making the Academic All-Big Ten team includes being in at least their second academic year at their institution and maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The Big Ten Conference removed letter-winner criteria this year, opening the door for more eligible student-athletes.

The Michigan football players are:

Senior fullback Joe Beneducci, political science

Sophomore left guard Ben Bredeson, LSA undeclared

Redshirt junior tight end Ian Bunting, organizational studies

Sophomore linebacker Devin Bush, LSA undeclared

Sophomore running back Jared Char, business administration

Senior fullback Brian Chu, economics

Sophomore defensive back Tyler Cochran, business administration

Sophomore defensive lineman Dane Drobocky, LSA undeclared

Junior linebacker Jack Dunaway, sport management

Sophomore tight end Conner Edmonds, undetermined

Junior tight end Kenny Ferris, neuroscience

Junior tight end Joseph Files, biology

Senior kicker James Foug, sport management

Grad student offensive lineman Greg Froelich, master’s public policy

Redshirt junior linebacker Noah Furbush, aerospace engineering

Sophomore defensive lineman Rashan Gary, LSA undeclared

Redshirt sophomore safety Jordan Glasgow, business administration

Junor defensive back Louis Grodman, movement science

Redshirt freshman punter Will Hart, LSA undeclared

Senior running back Joe Hewlett, business administration

Fifth-year senior defensive tackle Maurice Hurst, master’s management of human services/child and youth

Senior tight end Bradford Jones, general studies

Senior linebacker Alex Kaminski, political science

Sophomore defensive end Carlo Kemp, LSA undeclared

Junior defensive lineman John Luby, economics

Sophomore wide receiver Jake Martin, industrial and operational engineering

Sophomore tight end Sean McKeon, business administration

Senior safety Matt Mitchell, business administration

Redshirt junior defensive tackle Bryan Mone, general studies

Grad student quarterback/holder Garrett Moores, master’s management

Sophomore defensive tackle Carl Myers, sport management

Junior left tackle Grant Newsome, American culture

Redshirt freshman kicker Quinn Nordin, LSA undeclared

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O'Korn, American culture

Junior linebacker Jameson Offerdahl, mechanical engineering

Sophomore offensive lineman Greg Robinson, LSA undeclared

Sophomore wide receiver Nate Schoenle, business administration

Sophomore quarterback Michael Sessa, LSA undeclared

Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis, LSA undeclared

Redshirt sophomore kicker Ryan Tice, sport management

Sophomore offensive lineman Andrew Vastardis, undetermined

Senior fullback Nick Volk, international studies

Fifth-year senior wide receiver Jack Wangler, psychology

Redshirt junior fullback Jared Wangler, master’s accounting

Redshirt junior wide receiver Maurice Ways, international studies

Junior safety Jacob West, biology

Junior wide receiver Brendan White, mechanical engineering

Fifth-year linebacker Mike Wroblewski, health and fitness


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