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Ex-Michigan DT officially lands at WMU

Richard Ash

Four months after he was one of three Michigan players granted a release from their scholarships, Richard Ash has found himself a new place to call home.

In a release, Western Michigan announced that the defensive tackle has officially been added to the football team’s roster.

As Ash graduated from Michigan this spring, he’ll be eligible to play immediately in 2014 for the Broncos.

Ash appeared in 13 games during his time in Ann Arbor, including five contests in 2013.  He was credited with his first career tackle in the November loss to Ohio State last year.

The 6-3, 314-pound lineman was a four-star member of UM’s 2010 recruiting class, rated as the No. 25 tackle in the country and the No. 49 player at any position in the state of Florida.

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3 Responses to “Ex-Michigan DT officially lands at WMU”
  1. chicksdigthelongballs says: May 20, 2014 12:58 AM

    Michigan will be a 6-6 team next season.

  2. stoicpaisano says: May 20, 2014 8:48 AM

    Row the boat with DJ Ill Mix

  3. tigersfandan says: May 20, 2014 1:24 PM

    Losing a backup won’t make Michigan a 6-6 team.

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