Well, it’s that time of year again. Basketball has just finished up its season and Jim Harbaugh’s spring game has passed, so fans are left searching for fresh content. That’s exactly what I have for you. Fresh content. There is no need to look any further than the diamond, where Michigan Baseball amidst the middle of the season. The boys in the maize and blue are […]
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, […]
For the third year in a row, a trip to NCAA Tournament is questionable for the Michigan Wolverines. On Feb. 23rd, 2014, Nik Stauskas exploded in the second half, tallying 25 points to lead Michigan to its first season series sweep of Michigan State since 2011. It was the Wolverines’ sixth win in the last eight tries against the Spartans. During that stretch, Michigan booked a trip to […]
Its been a long 14 days since we saw the Michigan Wolverines football team on the field but we made it, tomorrow is gameday! Michigan coming off its bye week will be battling something greater than the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the mindset of leaving the past behind them. Coach Jim Harbaugh and the rest of his staff had a tough task of instilling in their players […]
The Big House Report (TBHR) staff makes game predictions for Michigan vs. BYU. Take a look!
Last years first Big Ten matchup between Rutgers and Michigan left a bad taste in the mouths of the Michigan football team. Rutgers quarterback and special teams players had a great day in its win over the Wolverines. The second meeting will take place at The Big House on Nov. 7 and Michigan will be looking for a different outcome. Here are a couple of […]
Jim Harbaugh has been like the brand new car every 17-year-old shows off the minute they get it. Not everyone cares to see it, but for those who are actually interested, their eyes can’t look away.
As soon as the season started for Michigan in 2014, there were questions across the board. Whether it be at the quarterback position, the offensive line, or running back position, there were significant issues all along the depth chart.
The idea of putting academics first isn’t a new one. And it isn’t going away anytime soon. A “year of readiness” charge is being led by Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, and though it’s easy to take the words coming from high up at face value, it’s also beneficial to see what those being potentially affected have to say on the matter.
It is being reported by Thayer Evans of Sports Illustrated that Michigan’s offensive coordinator, Doug Nussmeier, will accept the same position at Florida.