Michigan allows late run, loses to Wisconsin on the road

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After looking solid for most of the contest, Michigan fell short at Wisconsin, losing by a final score of 68-64. Michigan collected a much needed win against Nebraska this past weekend, but couldn’t secure the big upset in the Kohl Center tonight. A win over the 17th ranked Wisconsin Badgers would have surely boosted their NCAA tournament resume. It was another good effort with no reward […]

If Michigan finds some momentum on the court, will fans finally wake up?

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After a poor start and “boring” matchups early on in Big Ten play, there seems to be a lack of excitement in Ann Arbor.  So far, the Michigan Basketball season has been pretty mehh. The Wolverines are only 2-3 in the conference with home wins against Penn State and Nebraska. The squad will have to find some momentum as the schedule gets tough, and winning at Wisconsin would be […]

Opinion: John Beilein and Michigan are in some major trouble

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John Beilein and Michigan Wolverines are going to be in some major trouble if they can’t find a way to get back on track in the Big Ten. Earlier this season, Michigan won the 2k Classic tournament, dominating teams such as SMU and Marquette, two historically solid basketball programs. The Wolverines showed some promise, and things looked good. Fast-forward to today and people are beginning […]

Michigan needs to find some consistency on the court

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Senior leadership, solid defense and consistent scoring; three things Michigan needs to find on the court as the Wolverines approach a brutal midseason of conference play.  There is plenty of time left for Michigan to hit a groove and settle into conference play. However, what we have seen in the first three conference games will not work throughout the rest of the season. Listen to Devine Intervention as […]

The Pros and Cons of Losing Jabrill Peppers to the NFL

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“Mr. Everything” is heading to the NFL, leaving behind a short, yet meaningful legacy at the University of Michigan. To clarify, there aren’t really many “pros” to losing a dynamic player like Jabrill Peppers, but there are definitely going to be some differences now that he will not be on the field for the Wolverines.   PROS: Roster turnover will create competition, and the staff may […]

Michigan Falls in Back-and-Fourth Battle

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After overcoming a 14-point deficit and coming back to beat Penn State on Wednesday, Michigan was back at the Crisler Center again to take Maryland in the Wolverines’ third conference game on the season. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, they couldn’t get enough defensive stops in a back-and-fourth offensive battle in the second half, as they fell to Maryland 77-70.   Here are some game notes: […]

TBHR’s Big Ten Basketball Rankings

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Manned by Patrick Conners, TBHR will look around the Big Ten Conference to determine which teams are the best AND worst week-to-week.    Current Rankings: Wisconsin Purdue Michigan State Nebraska Minnesota Indiana Northwestern Maryland Iowa Michigan Illinois Ohio State Penn State  Rutgers   Brief Overview Personally, I think the top two and the bottom two are pretty much set, but 3-12 are a complete mess. […]

Four Takeaways from Jim Harbaugh’s Second Season at Michigan

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Year two is in the books for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan. What’s his next step as the head honcho for the Wolverines? 10 wins, 3 losses. In back-to-back seasons, the Michigan Wolverines finished the season 10-3. In year one, the record was celebrated. Michigan lost early to Utah on the road, watched Michigan State do the improbable and got beat down by Ohio State in the second […]

Hot Takes from Michigan’s Comeback Victory Against Penn State

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After dropping the first conference game of the season on the road to Iowa in overtime, the Wolverines had to comeback from a 14 point second half deficit to defeat Penn State by a final score of 72-69. Quick dishes from Michigan’s Victory: Cold Start Michigan came out of the gates sluggish in this game and had a tough time finding any offensive consistency. The […]

Orange Bowl Loss Hurts, but Future Still Extremely Bright for Wolverines

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Michigan football thought it had done it. After trailing for 58 minutes and having no answer for Florida State’s defensive front, the Wolverine offense came back from the dead and took its first lead with 1:55 remaining. Unfortunately, a short kickoff led to a huge return for Florida State and the Seminole offense won the game on a touchdown pass with 32 seconds left to […]