Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Frank Clark

    Frank Clark (image via MLive)

    Seattle Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark made 4 tackles, 2.5 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles in a 27-3 win over the Oakland Raiders.


    • New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was 24/35 for 340 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception, along with a 4-yard rushing touchdown, in a 43-40 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
    • Los Angeles Rams safety Blake Countess made 1 tackle and 1 kickoff return for 31 yards in a 23-20 win over the Denver Broncos.
    • Carolina Panthers WR Devin Funchess caught 5 passes for 74 yards and 1 touchdown in a 23-17 loss to the Washington Redskins.
    • Oakland Raiders CB Leon Hall made 5 tackles in the 27-3 loss to the Seahawks.
    • Raiders DT Maurice Hurst, Jr. made 1 tackle and 1 pass breakup in the loss.
    • Cleveland Browns S Jabrill Peppers made 4 tackles, 3 kickoff returns for 71 yards (23.8 yards/return), and 4 punt returns for 51 yards (12.7 yards/return) in a 38-14 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
    • Minnesota Vikings P Matt Wile punted 5 times for 225 yards (45 yards/punt) in a 27-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
    • Baltimore Ravens DT Chris Wormley made his first career sack in a 21-0 win over the Tennessee Titans.
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    Drew Singleton, Ex-Wolverine

    Drew Singleton (image via TrendsMap)

    Redshirt freshman linebacker Drew Singleton has been granted his release to transfer. Singleton came to Michigan in the 2017 class from Paramus (NJ) Catholic, the same school that sent Jabrill Peppers and Rashan Gary to the Wolverines. Singleton tore his ACL as a senior in high school, and he was not recovered enough to play by his freshman year of college.

    I initially gave Singleton a TTB Rating of 83 (LINK), and I didn't see a reason to change it since he tore his ACL. He entered college with a loaded linebacker class (Singleton, Josh Ross, Jordan Anthony, Ben Mason), which has been whittled down to two now that Singleton is transferring and Mason moved to fullback. Singleton was battling at WILL linebacker this season, but that job has mostly been split between Ross and junior Devin Gil.

    Singleton's career stat line at Michigan:

    1 kickoff return for 5 yards

    Michigan now has at least 15 scholarships open for the 2019 class (LINK).

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    MLive: Josh Metellus finally starting to blossom in secondary

    Josh Metellus is having a pretty good season at safety for the Wolverines (LINK).

    Hit the jump for some beautiful ladies.

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    MLive: Michigan's Chase Winovich, two others named AP midseason All-Americans

    Winovich, Devin Bush, and Ben Bredeson are all AP All-Americans right now (LINK).

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    Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 7

    Garrett Taylor (image via Black Shoe Diaries)

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    Ian Bunting, TE (California): Bunting made 2 catches for 24 yards in a 37-7 loss to UCLA, which is the Bruins' first victory this season.

    Alex Malzone, QB (Miami-OH): Malzone was 0/1 passing in a 31-6 win over Kent State.

    Keith Washington, CB (West Virginia): Washington made 2 tackles in a 30-14 loss to Iowa State.

    Maurice Ways, WR (California): Ways made 2 catches for 12 yards in a 37-7 loss to UCLA.

    Hit the jump for news on former commitments and coaches.

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    Michigan vs. Wisconsin Awards


    Let's see more of this guy on offense . . . Dylan McCaffrey. I liked that Michigan started trying to devise ways to get McCaffrey involved in the offense, even with Shea Patterson still in the game. It didn't prove beneficial in this game (McCaffrey lined up at slot receiver, motioned in behind the QB, and then ran a return motion while Michigan threw a quick screen to the opposite side), but it may set up some things in the future. The presence of an athletic QB (who had a 44-yard TD run) who can also throw the ball is probably more versatile than having a Wildcat QB like Jabrill Peppers, even though McCaffrey isn't as explosive.

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