Michigan and Jim Harbaugh received some bad news after it was announced cornerback Jeremy Clark did not receive a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA.

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Clark tore his ACL in the Wolverines’ fourth game last season, but he was denied a sixth year because he redshirted his freshman year without having an injury.

Clark had 10 tackles and two pass breakups in four games this season, and he had three interceptions the previous season. Michigan needed him after losing several defensive starters on defense.

At 6’4, 205, Clark might be worth a look in the NFL due to his size.

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