Michigan’s tournament run has been magical

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Michigan has accomplished one of the most impressive mid-season turnarounds in recent history. Now, the Wolverines are on magical tournament run.  Tune into the Go Blue Crew as head honchos Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine take a look back at an incredible weekend for Michigan basketball. With two rounds completed, the Wolverines look to take down the Oregon Ducks Thursday night in the Sweet Sixteen. […]

Wolverines poised for another tournament run?

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The Big Ten Tournament Champions are looking to make another run, this time in the NCAA Tournament. Does Michigan have what it takes to be a contender in the Big Dance? Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine discuss the Wolverines chances during March Madness.

Wolverines set to make a run in the Big Ten Tournament

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  Michigan has an opportunity to turn some heads with a run in the Big Ten Tournament. Will the Wolverines continue to impress and solidify a spot in the Big Dance? Find out this and more on the latest episode of the Go Blue Crew:

Has Michigan punched its ticket to the big dance?

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A buzzer-beating loss to Northwestern on the road hurts, but Michigan’s tournament hopes are still very alive late into the season. Last year, it was Kam Chatman’s game-winning shot that punched Michigan’s ticket to the big dance. Without that win against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament, the Wolverines would have likely been watching March Madness from a couch in Ann Arbor. The story looks […]

Derrick Walton Jr. is the key piece to the Wolverines’ ongoing puzzle

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Michigan’s senior point guard has gone from good to great in a matter of seven games. Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine discuss the sudden rise of Derrick Walton and what it means as the Wolverines look to make an NCAA Tournament appearance. Listen here:   After Michigan got roasted on the road at Illinois, Derrick Walton called a players only meeting. He’s been balling out […]

After a loss at MSU, Michigan needs to bounce back once again

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“Last night took an L, but tonight I bounce back.” – Big Sean Cliche? Yes — but this is honestly the approach the Michigan Wolverines need to take as the season rumbles on. After a frustrating “flu-filled” loss at Michigan State, John Beilein must rally the troops once again. When Michigan dropped a game on the road to Wisconsin, they bounced back to beat Illinois […]

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: Maryland Wisconsin  Purdue Northwestern Michigan State Michigan Indiana Iowa Penn State Nebraska Minnesota Illinois  Ohio State Rutgers   Brief Overview The biggest jump from my last power rankings is the Michigan Wolverines. They have looked much better in recent weeks, […]

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 […]

Hoops Preview: Michigan vs. Indiana

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Although tonight’s game isn’t a “must-win” for the Michigan Wolverines, beating Indiana at Crisler comes awfully close.    Michigan still has a some pieces of the puzzle left to put together, but the Wolverines have looked much better in their last two outings on the court. Tonight, however, might be the most important game of the season because it can set the tone for what is to […]

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 […]