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Michigan opened its practice to the media on Wednesday afternoon before it heads to Italy on Friday. The Wolverines took the floor and ran through a series of drills before getting into some limited five-on-five action. Video recording was permitted during drills and we compiled some footage to take a first look at Michigan’s incoming freshmen and returning players this season.
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Caris LeVert and Aubrey Dawkins both met with the media after Michigan’s open practice this afternoon in preparation for their upcoming trip to Italy. LeVert discussed his injury last season, both when it happened and how his recovery is going, while Dawkins discussed his athleticism and how he fits into Michigan’s offense.
Watch Dawkins’s interview after the jump including...
Earlier this month, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke suspended sophomore wide receiver Csont’e York for “failing to meet team standards.” What you’re about to see in the below video, released by Ann Arbor police and originally posted by MLive.com, seems to suggest that York may have to worry about more than just his status on the Wolverines football team. The clip allegedly...
Three years after a devastating plane crash killed his father and stepmother and left him in a coma, Austin Hatch is finally a member of the Michigan Wolverines.
The road to joining the Michigan Wolverines was a difficult, complicated one, but for freshman forward Austin Hatch, being a member of the team in Ann Arbor is a special opportunity, writes Geoff Robinson of The Detroit...
Ann Arbor police have released surveillance footage of suspended Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Csont’e York assaulting a man outside of a bar in July. The sucker-punch broke the 23-year old victim’s jaw in three places, requiring his jaw to be wired shut.
As you can see in the footage below, York (in the bucket hat) and teammate Da’Mario Jones (in the tank top) get in a...
Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Csont’e York was suspended earlier this month for a violation of team rules, but now we know the full reason why. York can be seen clearly knocking a guy out with one punch outside an Ann Arbor bar.
MLive.com was able to get the footage through a Freedom of Information Act request, and the report also indicates that the victim in this case had...
Check out the video below that shows Csont’e York, University of Michigan Wide Receiver, deck this guy outside of the bar. In what appears to be a cheap shot, York is definitely going to face criminal charges for this and could land himself in jail.
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke has already released a statement via Mlive.com:
Csont’e York is suspended indefinitely for failing...
It turns out that off-season surgery performed on Caris LeVert's foot was a long time coming.
Having undergone surgery on May 12, LeVert returned to the court last week for practice's leading up to Michigan basketball's upcoming 10-day Italian exhibition tour. The junior guard had been, in coach John Beilein's words, "dormant," for 16 weeks prior to last...
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke announced earlier this month that wide receiver Csont’e York had been suspended indefinitely for “failing to meet team standards”. Shortly thereafter, York, a sophomore, was charged with three counts of assault for an incident that occurred outside Scorekeepers Bar and Grille in Ann Arbor.
On Tuesday, the police released surveillance video to...
Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Amara Darboh apparently has an extra muscle in his forearm that he discovered while in high school. No word on whether or not this will help him catch the ball better, but Michigan fans are surely hoping it will. [Mlive.com]
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Michigan junior wide receiver Devin Funchess is now the most experienced member of the position group heading into 2014. Funchess discusses his camp so far, how he’s helping along the wide outs behind him, being the number one target, and more.
The most cliche and painfully over-used euphemism for misconduct in college athletics is “violation of team rules.” It’s the most pervasive of all the meaningless PR catch-phrases spouted by University spokespeople whenever a player is suspended or kicked out of school. Because of that, I never ever use it any of my articles. Some college football teams use different buzzwords...
Since tearing his ACL, Wolverine sophomore tight end Jake Butt has been working hard on the road to recovery. One particular dinner-time encounter changed Jake’s outlook for the remainder of his rehab.
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The Big Ten Network spent most of Monday in Ann Arbor tracking the Michigan football team and targeting in on a few of the most important topics during fall camp.
Topic No. 1, almost every time, was -- of course -- the offensive line.
Both head coach Brady Hoke and offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier continued to praise the group's overall effort and dedication, but stressed...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke discusses the latest rumblings in fall camp.