Michigan got some good news recently as a pair of Wolverines announced they would be returning for the 2020 season.
Eubanks said he was thankful to play in the Big House and that there’s nothing better than competing on Saturdays.
“With that being said, I have decided to return to Michigan for my fifth year. There’s nothing more exciting than running it back one more time with my brothers. This team and I have unfinished business and it will be a movie.”
While the Wolverines will be excited to have the talented receiver coming back in 2020, there remains some uncertainty surrounding a pair of other Michigan players.
Wide receiver Nico Collins and center Cesar Ruiz have yet to decide whether or not they’re returning for their respective senior seasons.
Both players have one year of eligibility remaining.
Dwumfour out for Citrus Bowl
Wolverines defensive lineman Michael Dwumfour will be sitting out the Citrus Bowl game against Alabama Jan. 1.
The decision was announced after Dwumfour was had to undergo a medical procedure that prevented him from traveling with the team to Orlando for the game.
Dwumfour tallied nine tackles and half a sack on the season.
- Michigan’s men’s basketball team defeated UMass-Lowell 86-60 on Sunday to round out 2019 on a winning note. The win brings the Wolverines’ record to 10-3 on the year. Their next game is Jan. 5 against Michigan State.
- The day after Oklahoma was trounced 63-28 by LSU in the first round of the College Football Playoff, star wide receiver CeeDee Lamb announced he would be turning pro. Lamb is expected to be a first-round pick, according to ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr.
- Ohio State is losing a member of its offensive coaching staff. Passing game coordinator Mike Yurich is leaving the Buckeyes to take over as the offensive coordinator for the Texas Longhorns.