Sources indicated late Friday afternoon that the Michigan football program is no longer exploring the possibility of adding former Duke PG Greg Paulus to its fall roster. The former Gatorade high school football National Player of the year visited Ann Arbor Tuesday, which subsequently ignited a firestorm of speculation about his possible future in the Maize & Blue. Even though Michigan has now turned the page on Paulus, that doesn't mean the book has been completely closed on filling one or more of its three open scholarship slots for the fall.
Michigan No Longer Pursuing Paulus
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