- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
'Exit Interview' is a concept started at WolverineNation last season, where we chat with players who will not be returning to Michigan next season.
Paul Gyarmati spent four years on the cusp of playing time at two positions, first as a walk-on linebacker before moving over to fullback when Brady Hoke became Michigan's coach.
He didn't record a carry during his final two seasons -- stuck behind John McColgan and then Joe Kerridge -- but played in 35 games, had four tackles and a fumble recovery.
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