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The Detroit Sports Site:
The Michigan Wolverines celebrated the start of the 2013-14 college basketball season by raising a Final Four banner to the Crisler Center rafters on Friday night. Michigan then went on to a (slightly ugly) win over UMass-Lowell.
Michigan’s previous two trips to the Final Four — in 1992 and ’93 — were vacated as part of the Ed Martin booster scandal. So, this recent trip went into the books as Michigan’s first official semifinals appearance since 1989.
Here’s the video of Michigan’s historic moment:
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ANN ARBOR -- If Brady Hoke were the captain of a sinking ship, there's no question he would stay at the helm all the way to the bottom.
Right now, he might be doing just about the same thing.
As Michigan's season dissolves into irrelevance, Hoke is sticking by one rule. He's not going to put the blame on anyone but himself.
"I'm going to have to do a better...
To say that the Michigan Wolverines are struggling right now would be a major understatement, The team has lost three of its last four games and has rushed for -69 yards in the last two against Michigan State and Nebraska, respectively. With the offense struggling, head coach Brady Hoke is feeling the heat from Wolverines fans.
Facing doubt from fans is nothing new for coaches, but...
Finally, some good news for Michigan fans regarding the progress of Mitch McGary’s back injury.
After the dour news last week of Michigan’s All-American sophomore possibly being held out of game action until the Big Ten season, John Beilein offered some kernels of hope that perhaps McGary will not be out for quite that long. It’s not much, but it’s the first time since McGary’s...
We know a good chunk of the 100,000 or 110,000 or whatever University of Michigan fans were probably drunk on Saturday as Brady Hoke suffered his first ever home loss as leader of the Wolverines. It really sounds like Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman was drunk too when she gave this speech.
Coleman was honored for her work before she retires during the Summer of 2014. The University...
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The answer is absolutely yes. And who can blame her? That offense could force any Meeeeeeechigan fan to alcohol. After starting the year 5-0, Brady Hoke and his Wolverines have gone 1-3 in their last four, including a stomping at the hands of rival Michigan State and a very uninspiring loss to Nebraska in Ann Arbor Saturday.
Mary Sue Coleman was...
Despite a 5-0 start to the season, the Michigan offense didn’t seem to be taking the next step that many expected based off the flashes in 2012. Devin Gardner was still very hot and cold, thanks in part to inconsistent offensive line play in front of him.
The Wolverines have since gone 1-3, losing to Penn State, Michigan State, and Nebraska. And even more concerning, their...
Two unranked teams from the Big Ten will face off on Saturday when the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Michigan Wolverines meet.
Both Nebraska (6-2) and Michigan (6-2) will be looking for their seventh win of the season.
Coverage of the game between Nebraska and Michigan will air on ABC beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, MI.
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VIDEO: Michigan coach Brady Hoke put the responsibility on his shoulders following the loss to Nebraska Saturday night, touching on the play calling, young kids getting reps, what needs to happen moving forward, more.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke responds to the growing sentiment that the Wolverines offensive game plan is predictable and what he thinks about hearing boos from the crowd Saturday.
For the second straight week Michigan finished in the negative with their rushing attack. Michigan coach Brady Hoke addressed the issue and the lack of push out of the Wolverines front.
Michigan coach John Beilein updated the status of sophomore Mitch McGary who is now doing separate activities in preparation for his return. Beilein also touches on Derrick Walton Jr.'s development as the Wolverines play host to South Carolina State Tuesday night at Crisler Center.