- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
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Running back Michael Cox didn't play a ton during his Michigan career after being a pretty well-regarded prospect from Dorchester, Mass. The 6-foot, 214-poumd runner always threatened to make a move up the depth chart, but it never quite happened.
Cox finished his Michigan career with 19 carries for 169 yards -- an 8.9 yard average -- and two touchdowns. He also caught one pass for 11 yards and had two kick returns for 2 yards in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
With one year of eligibility remaining, Cox is transferring to UMass, where he'll be eligible to play this fall with the graduate student exception and will make a return trip to Ann Arbor on Sept. 15, when the Minutemen play Michigan. Here's Cox:
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