Michigan player kicked off team
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh announced Thursday that Logan Tuley-Tillman has been kicked off the football team for “conduct unacceptable for a Michigan student athlete.”
Tuley-Tillman, a 6-7, 309-pound sophomore offensive lineman, only appeared in two games in a Michigan uniform. He was expected to back up Mason Cole at left tackle.
He was an Under Armour All-American as a high school senior before coming to Ann Arbor in 2013.
The Peoria, Ill. native had offers from Alabama, Ohio State, TCU and USC among others. The former four-star recruit committed to the Wolverines while Brady Hoke was at the helm in February 2012.
Tuley-Tillman’s future plans at the university are unknown.