Michigan took flight to win the Big Ten Tournament

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The Michigan Wolverines are Big Ten Tournament Champions after beating Wisconsin 71-56. Let the story continue. After taking flight in the Big Ten Tournament, the Wolverines look ready to make a run in the NCAA Tournament — adding to a story that is already rather unbelievable. Four days. Four games. Four wins. One helluva week. A day after aborting a takeoff that caused their plane […]

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 […]

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 […]

2015 RB Mike Weber Visiting Michigan

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The Michigan Wolverines have finally made headlines that will make their fans happy. Ty Isaac transferred from USC to Michigan earlier in the week, and that is great news for the current team, but what does it mean going forward?

Opinion: Brady Hoke Is On The Hot Seat

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Brady Hoke is entering his fourth year as the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines, and this year might make or break him. Hoke’s first season was a tremendous success with a Sugar Bowl victory against Virginia Tech and an overall record of 11-2. Since then, it’s gone all downhill. It’s kind of the opposite of what happened with Rich Rodriguez. Rodriguez went 3-9, 5-7, […]