Big Ten Press Release:
Rosemont, Ill. – Michigan State has been chosen as the unanimous Big Ten favorite heading into the 2013-14 men’s basketball season as voted on by a panel of conference media. The media also tabbed Spartan sophomore Gary Harris as the Preseason Player of the Year. Michigan and Ohio State were selected . . . → Read More: Two Wolverines Make First Team All-Conference
During the video, Beilein discusses Derrick Walton’s health and replacing the intangible leadership that departed following last seasons NCAA Championship Game run:
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Across The Court: Michigan State (Eleven Warriors)
eBay Watch: Schembechler Snaps (MVictors)
Kirk Ferentz talks Iowa staff changes (ESPN B1G Blog)
Most Valuable Player Rankings: Wide Receiver (Big Ten or Bust)
Ohio State parts ways with Jaamal Berry (Dr. Saturday)
Quick Hitters (MGoRecruit)
Rivals 100 Breakdown for 2013 (This is Michigan Football)
Videos, Notes & . . . → Read More: The End Around (2/9/12)
Around midnight last night, full-on delirium took hold of me as I tried to process the day’s events. In succession, Michigan lost to Ohio in basketball, Michigan’s last hope for landing a #1 CB chose the rival Buckeyes, and a key interior line prospect committed to Iowa over the Wolverines. Taken in isolation, none of . . . → Read More: Masters of the Blitzkrieg, Losers of the War
By Basketball Writer: Drew Montag
It was Livestock Week for the (#19) University of Michigan men’s basketball team last week. They played the “cows” (Michigan State) and the “hogs” (Arkansas), and they won one and lost one. On Tuesday (01/17/2012) they beat (#9) MSU 60-59 in Crisler Arena, thenon Saturday (01/21/2012) they lost at Arkansas . . . → Read More: A Split During Livestock Week
The Maui Invitational released its schedule yesterday and John Beilein and his young Wolverines drew the short stick. After their opening game on November 14 against Towson they drew Memphis in the first round and will then face the winner or loser of the Duke/Tennessee match-up. Although Michigan won the tournament in 1985 and 1988 . . . → Read More: Michigan Draws Tough Maui Invitational Schedule
Bloomberg reports that Michigan will be crashing the Northeast private party that has been Division 1 Lacrosse for the better part of the sports history.
Denard Robinson clocked in on the third team of Phil Steele’s All-Big Ten Teams. Not remotely offended in the slightest bit due to Steele being a lone member of the . . . → Read More: The Third Edition of the End Around
The Michigan Wolverines Recruiting Class of 2003:
N & G School (MA)
Detroit Redford (MI)
. . . → Read More: What Happened to the Basketball Recruiting Class of 2003?
What Happened To Michigan’s 2005 Basketball Recruiting Class? . . . → Read More: What Happened to the Basketball Recruiting Class of 2005?