Michigan 10: End of regular season 

November, 26, 2012
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The regular season has concluded for Michigan and one thing is very clear after 12 games for the Wolverines.

Michigan’s defense was very good this season and has the potential to be even better in 2013. The Wolverines’ linebackers, led by Jake Ryan, will have a chance to be the best unit in the Big Ten next season, and with it, defense once again carries the edge in the final regular season edition of the Michigan 10.

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Lon Horwedel/Icon SMIJake Ryan was the leader of Michigan's defense in 2012.
1.LB Jake Ryan (3): The redshirt sophomore completed his regular season with another standout performance with nine tackles, two forced fumbles and two tackles for loss (including a sack). Ryan led Michigan in tackles (84), tackles for loss (15), sacks (4.5), quarterback hurries (two) and forced fumbles (five) this season. If he doesn’t win Michigan’s Most Valuable Player award, it would be a surprise.
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BIG TEN SCOREBOARD

Saturday, 12/20
Monday, 12/22
Tuesday, 12/23
Wednesday, 12/24
Friday, 12/26
Saturday, 12/27
Monday, 12/29
Tuesday, 12/30
Wednesday, 12/31
Thursday, 1/1
Friday, 1/2
Saturday, 1/3
Sunday, 1/4
Monday, 1/12