The Wolverine

November 2015

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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started 11 contests in 2014, two fewer than Graham did in his sophomore season (though U-M played one fewer game in 2014 than 2013). This season, they have each started the first seven games for the Wol- verines. The duo has been critical to the success of both the offense and defense, Graham clearing the way for Michigan's ball carriers while keep- ing grad-senior quarterback Jake Ru- dock mostly upright, and Ryan an- choring, arguably, the top defensive line in the Big Ten. "Ryan is out there playing his butt off," said Graham, proudly. In the first seven games this fall, Ryan ranks fourth on the team with five tackles for loss, recording two apiece against both UNLV and BYU and one — his first career sack — against Northwestern, while notch- ing 18 stops overall. "It's been fun, just trying to do my part for the defense and this team, trying to play as hard as I can on ev- ery play," said Ryan. Coach Jim Harbaugh has routinely Redshirt junior defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow started 11 games last season and has helped lead the U-M defense and its stout front this fall. PHOTO BY LON HORWEDEL

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