Michigan earns huge win over Purdue on senior day

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Can Michigan play at home every night? No, seriously. The Wolverines have been on a tear at the Crisler Center recently at capped the home-stand off with a huge win over No. 14 Purdue on senior day Saturday. Derrick Walton, Zak Irvin, Mark Donnal, Andrew Dakich and Sean Lonnergan were all sent off with roses in their hands and a W on the scoreboard. U-M […]

Irvin’s re-emergence helps Michigan earn signature win over No. 11 Wisconsin

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The Zak Irvin of old revealed himself in a big way last night for the U-M basketball team. The senior, who had been in a monumental slump the team’s last four games, broke out with 18 points to lead Michigan to a huge 64-58 win over No. 11 Wisconsin at the Crisler Center. Irvin shot 6 of 12 from the field and added five rebounds, […]

Michigan defeats Indiana to bolster NCAA Tournament hopes

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Five days after delivering Michigan State its largest conference loss in 14 years and ending a five-game skid against the Spartans, the Michigan men’s basketball team had the chance to vanquish more demons when it traveled to Bloomington, Indiana on Sunday. After beating the Hoosiers by 30 points two weeks ago, the Wolverines defeated IU 75-63 for their first win at Assembly Hall since 2009 […]

Wolverines lose heartbreaker to Buckeyes

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Absolutely pathetic. That’s the only way I can summarize Michigan’s performance from last night. After a tough loss against Michigan State on Sunday, the Wolverines returned to Ann Arbor to face its other rival, Ohio State on Saturday. Just like in East Lansing, senior Derrick Walton was the only player who stepped up for the Wolverines (14-9, 5-6 Big Ten), who lost 70-66 to the […]

Breslin Center woes continue for Wolverines

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The Michigan basketball team traveled to East Lansing Sunday looking to end a four game skid against the Michigan State Spartans, but alas, it was not meant to be. The Breslin Center curse is still alive and well. The Wolverines were lack luster from tip-off and never could match the intensity of the Spartans, who defeated Michigan 70-62. Michigan drops to 14-8 and 4-5 in […]

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 […]

Future of Michigan Football Relies on Playing Freshmen This Season

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Michigan football has meet all expectations thus far into the season. Through four games, the Wolverines have scored 40 plus points in every outing, scored the second most touchdowns of any team in the country — 28 — and are 4-0 heading into a monumental test at home against Wisconsin. One of the reasons Michigan had such high expectations heading in was due to the […]

Why a Michigan-Notre Dame Revival NEEDS to Happen

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Growing up as a Michigan football fan, there are certain games and moments that have resonated with me over the years. Many of these memories come from the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry. Unfortunately, the Fighting Irish removed the Wolverines from their schedule following the 2015 season. Although it appeared the two rivals would not meet for some time, a restoration could come sooner than once thought. In recent […]

Potential breakout Wolverines in 2016

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The 2016 college football season is right around the corner and expectations are sky high for the Michigan football team. With 15 returning starters, the Wolverines are not only a preseason favorite to win the Big Ten, but to make the College Football Playoff as well. 2015 saw players like Jehu Chesson, Amara Darboh and Chris Wormley breakout and have tremendous seasons. For the Wolverines to […]

How Michigan basketball’s season and perception was saved by one shot

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When Head Coach John Beilein took over the Michigan basketball team in 2007, the program was in shambles and had not been to the NCAA Tournament in nine years.