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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan has a unique perspective on Jim Harbaugh because Rogan played running back for Harbaugh at San Diego, coached with him at Stanford and now works for him at Michigan. Rogan said there are similarities and differences between coach Jim Harbaugh and boss Jim Harbaugh. The main difference is that Harbaugh has an open door policy for his players and Rogan needs to go to Harbaugh with solutions instead of problems.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Part of J.T. Rogan's job at Michigan is to organize and coordinate VIP visitors for Michigan home games. Some of the guests have included former Michigan players, Detroit Pistons players, rapper Big Sean and Eminem's manager. During the games, Rogan makes sure the guests are well accommodated, including the family of Jim Harbaugh.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington DL Vita Vea knows that getting to Colorado QB Steven Montez and actually taking him down will be important for the Huskies. While Montez has been sacked 8 times in 3 games he's completed 9 of 14 passes (64.3%) for 129 yards with 2 TDs and an INT when under duress this season. Six of those completions went for first downs.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

A few things worry Washington co-defensive coordinator/DBs coach Jimmy Lake about Colorado's defense but the biggest things are tempo, experience and the dual-threat ability of QB Steven Montez

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan's day isn't over yet, but his time with ESPN.com is. Rogan has more tasks to complete and will be at Schembechler until they are all checked off his list.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan's desk is right in front of Jim Harbaugh's office, so Rogan often acts as a gatekeeper. Quarterback Wilton Speight prods Rogan to see if Harbaugh is available.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan checking in with director of recruiting Matt Dudek about putting in padded seats for recruits, VIP's and coach guests during games.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan talks about his experience at Michigan and what he has seen over the last 13 months on the job.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M will regain the services of three starters who missed parts or all of last week's game for Saturday's clash with Arkansas: running back Trayveon Williams, offensive lineman Connor Lanfear and linebacker Otaro Alaka will all be available, according to Kevin Sumlin.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Jack and Jim Harbaugh along with J.T. Rogan have a weekly podcast. The elder Harbaugh wanted to know how the show went and if it was as good as the first episode.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly on what he sees from Michigan State so far: "Extremely disciplined, hard-nosed, play to the echo of the whistle. Just resembles a lot more of the teams that I had seen '10, '11, '12, '13. Those were supremely talented teams the last few years. This team reminds me of some of [Mark Dantonio's] earlier teams."

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Jack Harbaugh, Jim's father, arrived in Schembechler Hall to drop off pictures for Jim and tell stories with J.T. Rogan and Jon Falk. The elder Harbaugh regularly helps out around the facilities and helps Rogan on a daily basis.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue's football performance center, which opened just before the season, is a massive upgrade from the team's previous headquarters. Hard to decide if the locker room or the weight room is the best feature.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

After Wakeyleaks, Wake Forest has closed practices. The trickle down, Dave Clawson lets the players choose the music now. "So Elvis Costello and Talking Heads, that's all out," he said.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz on the way practice has gone so far in Orlando: "It almost has a training camp feel to get our minds back on playing a football game. Once you step off that train it's hard, especially as a defense because you get into a rhythm of contact and hitting and then you don't do it for nine or 10 days or whatever it was, there is no manual for how to deal with that."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Greetings from Purdue, where fun is back, thanks to new coach Jeff Brohm. Boilers host Michigan on Saturday.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Dave Clawson said he pushed for the home-and-home series between Wake Forest and App State. "In-state rivalries are good for college football," he said. "It can't just be about eyes on television. It has to be about fans at games, and they're sold out."

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan gives a tour of the Michigan locker room for potential opportunities to add some "sizzle" and decals to the walls from Fathead. Rogan is exploring options to add some branded and non branded pieces of art to the wall.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan and Jon Falk open up mail sent to Jim Harbaugh. This package contains an American flag flown over the capital building. Falk says Harbaugh has received many flags that were flown over Afghanistan and other countries by service members.

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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Wake Forest is 3-0 and has the 5th-largest scoring differential in the country, but TE Cam Serigne says that's not changed the approach. "For years, we heard how bad we were," he said. "It's not going to change now that people think we're good."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami finishes up its stretching period before beginning practice.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

J.T. Rogan meets with representatives from Fathead about adding some "sizzle" and more photos to Al Glick field house. Jim Harbaugh, Jack Harbaugh and Rogan put the stickers up themselves for the players of the week after each game.

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