Michigan's Rodriguez expects Horn and Butler to go Print
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Saturday, 06 December 2008 14:37
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 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez expects Brandon Graham to return, Carson Butler to enter the NFL draft and Avery Horn to transfer.
Rodriguez did not clear up Sam McGuffie's future with the team Saturday, but did say the freshman running back is still enrolled in school and coping with family matters in Texas.
Graham was picked as the team MVP on Thursday night. The junior defensive end had 10 sacks and a Big Ten-high 20 tackles for losses, leading to speculation he might enter the NFL draft.
Butler caught two passes as a tight end last season, then switched to defensive end and had eight tackles. Horn played on special teams and the reserve running back did not have a rushing attempt.
 

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