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UNEW mSTUDENT EDITION Fall 20111 michigandailycom
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inside
September 6, 2011T

Yeah, football!
In the wake of three
all-too-long years of
disappointment during
former coach Rich
Rodriguez's tenure,
new head coach Brady
Hoke and company
are working to restore
Michigan's image as a
football powerhouse.
Inside, we detail
the past failures,
present struggles
FILE PHOTO/Daily and future directions
of college football's
. . most storied brand.

To be a fan of the Michigan Wolverines is
to know pain. That being said, the 2011-
2012 sporting year might be remembered
as the year of living legends for many of the
University's 27 varsity sports teams. From
indefatigable softball coach Carol Hutchins
and hockey's steel-faced bench boss Red
Berenson to the tennis sensation Evan King
and the human vacuum Shawn Hunwick,
the Wolverines are set to have an exciting
year. Oh, and speaking of exciting legends,
don't forget starting quarterback, Big Ten
Offensive Player of the Year and resident
Usain Bolt impersonator Denard Robinson.

See Page 2E -

Hail to the Victors

While you've probably
heard of quarterback
Denard Robinson, you
probably haven't heard
TOREHAN SHARMAN/Daily of Kellen Russell or
Kylee Botterman, two
of Michigan's national
champions this past
year. Inside, we have
coverage of Michigan's
national championship
bids, from hockey's
heartbreaking defeat
in the championship
game to softball's
surprising early exit.
See Page 4E 4

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Rivalry Page
Keep your friends
close and your rivals
closer. In fact, if you
keep a Buckeye close
enough, you might
even get to take a
ride in one of their
(many) automobiles!
Page 8 has the scoop
on our biggest rivals,
from the Michigan
State Spartans to the
Notre Dame Fighting
Irish ... and even
those unmentionables
from Columbus.
See Page 8E-+

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TOREHAN SHARMAN/Daily

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