Michigan Newsstand -- Aug. 14


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target="_blank"> Devin Gardner hopes his future is at quarterback, but eager to help Michigan at receiver
Kyle Meinke • AnnArbor.com
Devin Gardner remains a quarterback first, and wants it that way. But he's willing to play some receiver as well to help his team.
target="_blank"> Media Day Video: Will Campbell
Chris Balas • TheWolverine.com
Much will be asked of Michigan senior defensive lineman Will Campbell this year. Campbell talks about those high expectations and more in this video interview.
target="_blank"> Michigan freshman Kyle Kalis competing at left guard, staff still not afraid to play rookies
Nick Baumgardner • AnnArbor.com
Michigan freshman offensive lineman Kyle Kalis has competed at left guard so far this month.
target="_blank"> U-M's Fitz Toussaint to be arraigned Aug. 28 on drunk driving charge
The Detroit News
Suspended Michigan running back Fitz Toussaint will be arraigned on Aug. 28 in 14A4 District Court in Saline for one charge of operating while intoxicated, Saline detective Don Lupi confirmed via email. It is a misdemeanor charge, and the arraignment is set for 1:30 p.m.
target="_blank"> Michigan's Denard Robinson says he can beat Usain Bolt in a 40-yard dash
Brian Manzullo • The Detroit Free Press
Devin Gardner isn't the only one who thinks fellow Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson could take Olympic champ Usain Bolt in a 40-yard dash.
target="_blank"> Countdown To Kickoff: Day 18
Andy Reid • TheWolverine.com
Countdown To Kickoff is a daily feature leading up to the Wolverines' 2012 season. TheWolverine.com will match the number of days left until Sept. 1 with a significant stat from the history of Michigan football.
target="_blank"> Michigan coaches zero in on freshman
Angelique S. Chengelis • The Detroit News
Michigan coaches will have a chance to start working more in practice with the freshmen beginning today when summer-session classes end.
target="_blank"> Michigan basketball to host Binghamton on Dec. 11 at Crisler Center
Nick Baumgardner • AnnArbor.com
The Michigan basketball team will host Binghamton at Crisler Center on Dec. 11.
target="_blank">Bracketology in August? ESPN gives Michigan an early No. 2 seed in Auburn Hills
Nick Baumgardner • AnnArbor.com
Joe Lunardi, ESPN's resident "Bracketologist," unveiled his extremely early first look at the 2013 NCAA Tournament on Monday and gave the Michigan basketball team a No. 2 seed.
target="_blank"> Recruiting: Can Michigan football retake top spot from USC?
Tim Sullivan • The Detroit Free Press
Brady Hoke's coaching staff blazed out to an impressive start to the 2013 recruiting class, and although recent commitments haven't had the star power of early pledges like Warren De La Salle quarterback Shane Morris - the No. 22 prospect in the country - the class has earned a lofty rank as No. 2 in the nation.
target="_blank"> Going 'round the table on rankings
Before going into lockdown for another round of rankings meetings this week, the Rivals.com recruiting analysts sound off about what they saw during camp season and how it will shape this round of rankings.
target="_blank">Jayru Campbell eager to reprise freshman campaign
Tim Sullivan • TheWolverine.com
Detroit Cass Tech quarterback Jayru Campbell's freshman football season didn't start the way he expected. Senior starter Kevin Biscoe left the Technicians' season-opener with an injury, thrusting Campbell into his first action in the midst of a 43-7 blowout loss to Farmington Hills Harrison.
target="_blank"> Ready for the games to start again
Gene Wojciechowski • ESPN.com
After a traumatic offseason, getting back to football will be a relief
target="_blank">Mike Aresco new Big East commish
ESPN.com news services • ESPN.com
The Big East will hire CBS Sports executive vice president Mike Aresco as its new commissioner, sources confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday.
target="_blank"> Villanova's Doug Martin resigns
ESPN.com news services • ESPN.com
Villanova assistant men's basketball coach Doug Martin has resigned after an investigation revealed inaccuracies on his resume, the school announced Saturday.