Ty Isaac’s Hardship Waiver Denied, Per Hoke; Michigan Appealing

Michigan football head coach Brady Hoke told the media on Wednesday that the hardship waiver for USC running back transfer Ty Isaac has been denied, but the school is already in the process of appealing the decision. Continue reading

Getting to Know the Appalachian State Mountaineers

On Saturday afternoon, the Michigan Wolverines will take on Appalachian State in a rematch of one of the biggest upsets in college football history, but is that all you know about the Mountaineers?

Follow us through the page break to get to know Michigan’s season opening opponent. Continue reading

Time for Michigan Fans to Move on From ’07 Appalachian State Debacle

Saturday marks the opening of Michigan football‘s 135th season of action. Many fans are optimistic and excited for the return of meaningful football and the promise that the season could hold. However, there is also a contingent of fans that dreads Saturday because of something that took place almost seven years prior. Continue reading

Michigan Cornerback Commit Garrett Taylor Suffers Torn ACL

One of the future Michigan Wolverines was dealt a big blow in practice this week, as 2015 cornerback commit Garrett Taylor (Richmond, VA) told ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren that he has suffered a torn ACL and will undergo surgery on Thursday. Continue reading

Michigan Football: First Official Depth Chart Released

Heading into the first game week of the 2014 season, Michigan football released their first official depth chart today, giving us a look at the team they will throw out there on Saturday afternoon against Appalachian State.

The full depth chart can be found after the jump. Continue reading

Michigan Football: Five Bold Predictions for Team 135

Michigan football opens its 2014 season on Saturday at the Big House against Appalachian State, where they will be looking to make a statement to start the year.

So what can we expect from Team 135? Follow me through the jump where I make five “bold” predictions for the upcoming season. Continue reading

Michigan Basketball: 2014-15 Conference Schedule Now Official

The Big Ten Conference and University of Michigan basketball program announced today the official 2014-15 conference slate of games which included all of the dates and opponents the Wolverines will face this year.

Michigan will open Big Ten play on Dec. 30 against Illinois at home. They will also host rivals Michigan State and Ohio State in consecutive games on Feb. 17 and 22, respectively.

There will be five home and home series, including Illinois, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern and Rutgers. Single game home opponents are Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin. The single game road opponents are Purdue, Penn State, Indiana and Maryland.

With Rutgers and Maryland joining the conference, an extra day has been added to the Big Ten Tournament, which will kick off on March 11 in Chicago.

For more information on Michigan basketball’s dates and times for games, the full schedule can be viewed here.

Michigan and Washington Announce Home-And-Home Starting in 2020

The Michigan Wolverines and the Washington Huskies announced a home-and-home series beginning in 2020.

The series will feature games in Ann Arbor as well as in Washington. This series will help boost Michigan’s chances to get into a college football playoff because of the strength of schedule.

This is the first meeting since 2002 between the two schools.

We will update this story as it develops

Should Michigan Be Giving Ty Isaac’s Reps To Someone Else?

As the NCAA continues to hold out on its decision to grant running back transfer Ty Isaac immediate eligibility through a hardship waiver or make him sit out this 2014 season, he’s continuing to eat up reps in the backfield so he can keep learning the offense and, if he’s cleared to play this season, be an impact on the field. But with Michigan‘s lack of production from the running backs, could Isaac’s employment within the offense actually be hurting the Wolverines? Continue reading