Seven Wolverines named to All-Big Ten offense list
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Following the Michigan’s 10-2 regular season run, seven Wolverines made the cut for the All-Big Ten team on the offensive side of the ball.

Running back Karan Higdon led the way in the group, named first-team all-conference by both the media and coaches. Offensive tackle Jon Runyan was the only other Wolverine named first-team, earning that honor from the coaches, while being named a second-teamer by the media.

Offensive guard Ben Bredeson was named second-team all-Big Ten by both the media and coaches. The media had no other Wolverines on the list, but the conference coaches included quarterback Shea Patterson, wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones, center Cesar Ruiz, guard Michael Onwenu and tight end Zach Gentry as third-team performers.

Each of those four made the media’s list of Honorable Mention performers, along with tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty and tight end Sean McKeon. The coaches’ Honorable Mention list included only Bushell-Beatty and wide receiver Nico Collins.

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