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Derrick Green (5'11/230) of Richmond, Va. is the nation's No. 1 running back. Green recently announced for the Michigan Wolverines.
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John Beilein’s Michigan Wolverines deserve their expected number one ranking when the new polls are released Monday after knocking off Illinois in Champaign Sunday night.
#1 Duke was pummeled by Miami (FL) on Wednesday allowing the opportunity for Michigan to overtake the Blue Devils with a win Sunday. The Wolvies coasted to a 74-60 victory but may have suffered a costly loss...
The number one running back in the nation, Derrick Green chose Michigan today as the school he will attend in the fall (Credit: Sports-Illustrated)
On Saturday, Big Ten powerhouse, Michigan picked up a big win but this time it was on the recruiting trail. The number one running back in the nation, Derrick Green, chose the Wolverines as the school he will attend in the fall. Green...
Five Star Recruit RB Derrick Green Commits to WolverinesThe long awaited decision by five-star RB recruit Derrick Green is now in the books. Green announced a couple of hours ago that he will be attending the University of Michigan to play for head coach Brady Hoke. The decision comes to the shock of some who expected Green, like most five-star RB recruits, to head down south...
A closer look at Illinois' Sunday opponent -- the Michigan Wolverines.
Big Ten play hasn’t been the easiest of times for Michigan freshman Nik Stauskas as teams pay more and more attention to the sharp shooting Canadian. But as he and his coach continue to say, his development is all a process—which will continue this evening at Illinois (6 PM EST, BTN).
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is transitioning to receiver in preparation of the NFL draft. Robinson spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following Thursday's practice at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
Michigan faced adversity in Champaign on Sunday evening but eventually the Wolverines proved too much for Illinois, prevailing with a 74-60 road win.
Jordan Morgan went down with an ankle sprain just two minutes after the opening tip off and Michigan was left to battle with its reserves in the front court. While Michigan’s other four starters stepped up, all reaching...
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Trey Burke scored 19 points and No. 2 Michigan never trailed after the opening minutes of a 74-60 win Sunday over Illinois that could push the Wolverines to No. 1 in the nation for the first time since the 1992-93 season.