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Michigan CB Lavert Hill makes a leap reminds some of Jourdan Lewis

Sitting inside a room at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind., last Saturday, Jim Harbaugh was asked for his reaction to Lavert Hill's latest move.  Hill, a sophomore cornerback from Detroit, continued his growth as a cover man in Michigan's defensive backfield with a leaping interception in the second half.  "That's why we brought him," Harbaugh smiled.  Six months ago, Michigan was concerned about where Hill -- a King High School product -- was headed. He missed, the staff believed, too much time during spring practice.  Minor injuries were lingering longer than they needed to be. Day-to-day consistency wasn't there. Michigan showed patience, but at the same time, they had high expectations

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Maturing Trace McSorley effective with short quick passes

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - To take the next step in his evolution, Trace McSorley first had to go backward. Penn State's quarterback went back in the offseason and reviewed enough film and saw enough open receivers who never had a shot to catch one of his passes. There, sitting in front of a computer screen, was the first time McSorley had looked their way.

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/maturing-trace-mcsorley-effective-short-160837225.html?src=rss

Pitt Duke look to reverse slumps in ACC Coastal matchup

Both Pittsburgh and Duke can take solace in one thing: One of them has to win Saturday. The Panthers visit the Blue Devils in a matchup of slumping Coastal Division teams. Duke (4-3, 1-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) has lost three straight while Pitt (2-5, 0-3) has lost five of six and has yet to beat a team from a power conference.

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/pitt-duke-look-reverse-slumps-acc-coastal-matchup-160228028--ncaaf.html?src=rss

FAU allows WR facing two felony battery charges to return to team

Florida Atlantic wide receiver Kalib Woods will be able to play Saturday against North Texas after he was cleared by the school to officially rejoin the team. Woods, FAU’s leading receiver in 2016, was suspended from the team over the summer after his arrest on two felony battery charges.

Read more: https://sports.yahoo.com/fau-allows-wr-facing-two-felony-battery-charges-return-team-155604340.html?src=rss



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