Michigan dismisses OL Logan Tuley-Tillman for 'unacceptable conduct'

Dr. Saturday

Redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Logan Tuley-Tillman has been dismissed from the program, coach Jim Harbaugh announced Thursday.

The university did not provide details as to what led to the dismissal and only sent out a brief comment from Harbaugh.

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"Logan Tuley-Tillman has been dismissed from the football team for conduct unacceptable for a Michigan student athlete," Harbaugh said in the statement.

Tuley-Tillman, 6-foot-7, 309-pound offensive tackle and a former four-star recruit, was a reserve in the Wolverines season-opening loss to Utah last week.

That game marked only the second career contest for Tuley-Tillman, who also appeared in the 2014 season opener against Appalachian State.

Tuley-Tillman is the fourth offensive lineman from Michigan’s 2013 recruiting class gone from the program. Dan Samuelson and Kyle Bosch both transferred and Chris Fox took a medical scholarship due to injuries. He’s now a student assistant.

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