Former Michigan football players Blake Countess and Justice Hayes both used social media to announce where they will play this fall after completing their undergrad work and deciding to transfer. Both are eligible immediately. Countess, a first-team All-Big Ten performer in 2013 who struggled at times last season, joins an Auburn team the Montgomery Advertiser noted has lost five...
Former Michigan Wolverine running back Justice Hayes announced Tuesday that he will transfer to Southern Mississippi. As a graduate transfer, Hayes will be immediately eligible for the Golden Eagles and should be a major boost to the team’s chances of capturing a Conference USA title. Hayes spent much of the 2014 season low on the Wolverine depth chart rushing for 212 yards on...
You could see this one coming. Of all of the positions on this Michigan squad, there may be none deeper than running back. With any off-season, there is attrition, especially one with a coaching staff overhaul. In this case, Hayes – who will earn his Michigan degree this spring, will depart as a graduate transfer and will be eligible to play immediately somewhere else next...
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