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This camp featured a quiet cameo by Matt Hasselback.
This is also a good moment to slide Stewart Mandel's always readable Mailbag in; the first few questions are all about Baylor, but it also dips into Muschamp's Gamecocks and the Ohio State-Oklahoma game.
This is a very interesting question to me; which game is more important this year, OSU or MSU? MSU came to mind right away but I think I'd have to say the Buckeyes.
I'm including this because it was well-written and measured; Aaron Torres explains how he feels this Twitter feud is something Jim Harbaugh should have avoided.
If summer camps are your thing (and really, Michigan is famous for taking it easy on those), here's an article on Dylan McCaffrey and the rest of the field at the Elite 11.
The analysis here isn't other-worldly, but does a solid job.
This is a Rutgers fan's take on Michigan's recruiting strategy - and recent errors, in their mind - in New Jersey.
I won't lie; Weber did look terrific in the spring game. He will add some more intrigue to the Game if he does start.
Here is another roundtable from the folks at B5Q, as well: the position that needs to step up the most in 2016. Surprisingly, not one of those is the offensive line.
Vegas set Northwestern's 2016 over/under for wins at 6.5. Will NU eclipse that number? Or fall short?— Inside NU (@insidenu) May 31, 2016
Let us know: https://t.co/mPABupSe0l
Also, Indiana's Vegas line has has been set at 4.5 wins. Seems low.
Another great film room piece from Black Shoe Diaries. This one also includes football history, which is one of my favorite kinds of history.
We'll continue the history theme with this edition of an awesome feature from Eleven Warriors. And yes, Michigan won this year.
I'll throw this in; it's another feature I enjoyed from the Players' Tribune.
And finally, we'll close with a softball piece. Sierra Romero won National Player of the Year this week, and while I could have written up a piece on it (plus, it's hard to sing enough praises about the job she's done here), it wouldn't have topped this very sturdy recap by the Free Press.