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Well, if Michigan were to lose as plaintiff in a patent infringement suit and be saddled with the defendant's lawyers' fees per Goodlatte, it could probably cover the amount by cutting a year off Jim Harbaugh's contract. And am I the only one that sees irony in an expression of concern for IP rights coming from an organization that won't let its most visible employees (viz. the football and basketball players) profit from their labors or likenesses?

That team up North...?

(Go Buckeyes !!!)

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