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Trey Burke will start his first game in a Michigan uniform
College basketball season is upon us. Michigan tips off its season tonight against Ferris State in the first of three home games before traveling to the Maui Invitational.
Tonight’s game is not televised but it is available through the Big Ten Network’s online streaming service, available here for $15 per month. The game will also be replayed on the Big Ten Network at 4:30 pm on Monday afternoon.
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Game 1: Ferris State at Michigan Preview
Video: Evan Smotrycz and Stu Douglass Discuss Season Opener
Pick to Click: Michigan vs. Ferris State
Video: John Beilein Previews Ferris St., Names Trey Burke Starter
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Michigan Basketball will tipoff the new season on Friday night at 7pm when they welcome Ferris State to the shiny new version of Crisler Arena. John Beilein will get to officially unwrap and debut his freshmen class of Trey Burke, Carlton Brundidge and Max Bielfeldt. Super sophomore Tim Hardaway Jr. will assume the role of go to guy and his roomie, Evan Smotrycz, will begin to assert...
On Thursday, John Beilein met with the media to preview Michigan’s season opener versus Ferris State. The big news out of press conference was that Trey Burke will be replacing Stu Douglass at point guard in the starting line up. Here’s high definition video of the press conference followed by notes and quotes after the jump.
Last Friday, Wayne State played “really good...
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Today’s pool of eligible players includes: Trey Burke, Stu Douglass, Jon Horford, Jordan Morgan, Zack Novak and Evan Smotrycz.
For those that need a review, the contest is relatively simple. For each game you pick the Michigan player that you expect...
John Beilein is making another lineup change, as the Wolverines will insert freshman point guard Trey Burke into the starting position. Michigan's headman discusses Burke's readiness, the impact on Stu Douglass, previews Friday's match-up with Ferris State, and more.
Michigan basketball coach John Beilein announced Thursday that he will start freshman point guard Trey Burke over senior Stu Douglass in Friday night's season opener against Ferris State.
Who: Michigan (0-0) vs. Ferris State (0-0)
Where: Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI
When: 7 p.m. ET, November 11th, 2011
TV: BTN.com (Subscription Required)
Video: Beilein Pre-Game / Smotrycz & Douglass Pre-Game
Michigan hosts its second GLIAC opponent in seven days but this one counts in the record books. Ferris State took Indiana to overtime...
67-65 in multiple overtimes this was not. This meeting between the Illini and Wolverines was much less “college basketball on AstroPlay” than last year. Michigan still won; this time with a different style.
Out of the gates Michigan dominated. They held a 172-13 yardage advantage after one quarter of play; 249-30 at the half. UM tailback Fitzgerald Toussaint had 121 yards rushing...
The first 30 minutes were eerily similar to Michigan’s ugly exhibition game against Wayne State. Michigan’s offense had little movement, shots weren’t falling inside or out and frustrating turnovers seemed to stop any momentum before it started. The light finally went on over the final quarter of play as the Wolverines began to resemble...
Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for 192 yards and a touchdown and backup quarterback Devin Gardner threw a key TD pass to lead No. 22 Michigan past Illinois 31-14 on Saturday.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for 192 yards and a touchdown and backup quarterback Devin Gardner threw a key TD pass to lead No. 22 Michigan past Illinois 31-14 on Saturday.
On a Michigan defense playing quite a few freshmen, cornerback Blake Countess has stood out. He has started the past two games, essentially moving senior Troy Woolfolk from cornerback to safety.