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Arrington Relishes Fresh Start
"It was tough," Arrington said to GBW at Monday's media day. "I had those 60 straight days on the steps for an hour. And I still didn't find out that I was getting back on the team until a few weeks after that. I'm just happy to be back."
After a breakout season in which Arrington hauled in career highs in catches (40), yards (544) and touchdowns (8), Arrington isn't the only one happy to have the talented 6-foot-3, 190-pound target back on good terms in Ann Arbor. As one of the most highly regarded offenses in the country, Arrington is expected to play a pivotal role in the scheme of the Michigan offense.
"I don't look at it as pressure," Arrington went on. "I've been here for a while now and got to play as a freshman, so I've had some pretty good leaders in front of me. Now that I'm a senior, it's my turn to step in and help set an example for some of the younger guys.
"Whatever I can do to help this team, that's what I need to do. Whether it's blocking, catching the ball, scoring touchdowns or just drawing a double to take the pressure off someone else, I need to do whatever I can to help."
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