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2017 Schedule
3-0, 2nd in Big Ten - East
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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan gives a tour of the Michigan locker room for potential opportunities to add some "sizzle" and decals to the walls from Fathead. Rogan is exploring options to add some branded and non branded pieces of art to the wall.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan and Jon Falk open up mail sent to Jim Harbaugh. This package contains an American flag flown over the capital building. Falk says Harbaugh has received many flags that were flown over Afghanistan and other countries by service members.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan meets with representatives from Fathead about adding some "sizzle" and more photos to Al Glick field house. Jim Harbaugh, Jack Harbaugh and Rogan put the stickers up themselves for the players of the week after each game.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Long time Michigan equipment manager Jon Falk shares an office space with J.T. Rogan. Falk helps Rogan sift through Jim Harbaugh's mail talking about some of the more odd items Harbaugh has received in the mail, which includes a Wolverine skin hat.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Graphic designer Aaron Bills and J.T. Rogan present artwork to Jim Harbaugh for approval. The piece shows Michigan's former football players currently playing in the NFL. Harbaugh gave his approval after suggesting removing a tag line and adding his trademark phrase, Who's got it better than us? Rogan gave Bills the approval to use the piece once Harbaugh gave the ok.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan steps into Jim Harbaugh's office to present him with a challenge coin given to Harbaugh by Max and Sherry Menefee. Harbaugh gives out challenge coins, which is part of a military tradition, so the Menefee's had a special coin made for Harbaugh.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

After J.T. Rogan met with Wayne Lyons, he grabbed a bowl of oatmeal and took it to go. Eating while walking and talking, Rogan walks to the parking lot to run errands for Jim Harbaugh. While driving and trying to eat his breakfast, a call comes in about Harbaugh's weekly podcast that Rogan needed to take.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan's first task of the day, at 7:42am, was to meet with former Michigan and Stanford player Wayne Lyons about community service opportunities for the Michigan football players. Lyons shared why he got involved with community service himself.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan, the director of communications and operations for the head football coach at Michigan, is responsible for assisting Jim Harbaugh with various tasks on a day-to-day basis. Rogan starts his day at 7:30 AM and says every day is different, never having the same tasks come across his desk.

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23hMel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay

Picking the conference champs after Week 3

Our two experts are split on which school will come out on top in the Big Ten. They do agree on which division the winner will come from.

ESPN Stats & Information

Hornibrook couldn't miss in win

Alex Hornibrook completed a ridiculous 17-of-18 passes in Wisconsin's win over BYU and racked up four TDs. Jason Huff's pick-six helped break open Minnesota's blowout of Middle Tennessee. With 17 points, Quinn Nordin singlehandedly outscored Air Force in Michigan's 29-13 win.

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1dDan Murphy

Michigan WR Black to have surgery on foot

WR Tarik Black, Michigan's leading receiver this season, has 'a crack' in his foot and will have surgery, coach Jim Harbaugh said on Monday.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh says Jeff Brohm at Purdue "would be my early favorite for coach of the year."

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Capital One Fan Vote (1:24)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Expect Michigan to drop a little in FPI despite beating Air Force today. Not only was their margin of victory below expectation, but their most valuable unit was special teams, which tends to be less predictive of future success. Michigan's offense has produced negative expected points in all three of its contests this year.

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Michigan fends off Air Force to stay undefeated (0:51)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan's Jim Harbaugh says both teams played great red zone defense today. "Our team is moving the ball. That's a fact. I think the red zone touchdowns will come."

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Michigan pulls away with 36-yard TD (0:19)

Team Stats

Passing Yards202.7Tied-85th
Rushing Yards199.342nd
Points For32.757th
Points Against14.7Tied-24th