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Correction: T25-Michigan-Rutgers Story

In a story Oct. 8 on the Michigan-Rutgers game, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of Michigan's quarterback. It is Wilton Speight, not Wilson Speight.
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Devin Gardner says that playing quarterback at the University of Michigan is something like being President. Well, if that’s true, then consider Shane Morris the VP. And, to stay on track with the whole political thing, Wilton Speig...

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Michigan Football Recruiting: Getting to Know Wolverines 2014 QB Wilton Speight

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Wilton Speight is good at just about everything he does. The 6’6”, 220-pound, soon-to-be Richmond Collegiate (Va.) star senior quarterback is an above-average football player. That much we know—he’s a 3-star rated athlete (247Sports...

Michigan Football Recruiting: 2014 QB Commit Wilton Speight Making Waves

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With each passing day, Wilton Speight's commitment to Michigan makes more and more sense. Tuesday's accepted invitation (via Twitter) to the Under Armour All-America Game should tell fans what they're getting. Yes, the 6'6", 230-pou...

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