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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 injury was announced that Beilein has spoken of substantive progress for the big man. (Photo: Dustin Johnston)
“For the first time now, he’s done some workouts. He’s added some more repetitions in practice,” Beilein said during a press conference on Monday. “Over the last ten days, he’s had repetitions. He looks very good, and we’re going to continue increasing his repetitions.”
This is a step up from the light shooting members of the media have seen thus far during Michigan’s practices. While Beilein’s comments by no means indicate anything definite about McGary’s possible return date, they are the firs
BEST OF MAXIM
After struggling to hit shots a matter of days ago in the season opener against UMass-Lowell, the Michigan Basketball team, led by downright superhuman performances from Caris LeVert and Nik Stauskas, bounced back with a resounding win against South Carolina State Tuesday night. The duo was responsible for 34 of the Wolverines 59 first half points, each connecting on...
Michigan Basketball (1-0) will host South Carolina State (1-1) on Tuesday at Crisler Center. Tip off is scheduled for 7:00pm and the game will be televised on BTN.com.
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Fresh off a strong second-half outburst that solidified a win in the first game of the 2013-2014 campaign, the Michigan Men’s basketball team will look to continue in their dominant...
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...
John Beilein, Caris LeVert and Glenn Robinson III met with the media this afternoon to preview Michigan’s game against South Carolina State. Beilein updated Mitch McGary’s injury, noting that the big man has returned to individual non-contact drills while Robinson and LeVert discussed Michigan’s early season development. Watch all interviews in the embedded media players below...
Michigan fans have to reach a ways back in the recent history of the basketball program to remember the last time they saw a Wolverine big man consistently post up on the block and actually get the ball in a one-on-one situation. Former Michigan forward DeShawn Sims was an expert post scorer by the close of his career as a Wolverine, and throughout the 2009-2010 season, the Detroit...
According to a University of Michigan release, Jordan Morgan, Jon Horford and Glenn Robinson III will serve as captains for the 2013-14 Wolverines. (Photo: Dustin Johnston)
University of Michigan men’s basketball head coach John Beilein announced today (Tuesday, Nov. 12) that fifth-year senior Jordan Morgan (Detroit, Mich./University of Detroit Jesuit), senior/junior Jon Horford...
Who: South Carolina St. (1-1) at No. 7 Michigan (1-0)
Where: Crisler Center (Ann Arbor, MI)
When: 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 12th
TV: BTNDigital/MGoBlue All-Access ($9.95) | How to watch
Radio: MGoBlue, 950 AM, 102.9 FM, Sirius 93
More: Notebook, McGary returns to individual workouts, Video interviews
Days after hosting a team playing its first Division...
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...
Lon Horwedel | AnnArbor.com
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...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Michigan had hoped to close the regular season well enough to earn a shot at playing for the Big Ten title.
Officially, that can't happen now, so the Wolverines (6-3, 2-3 Big Ten) have adjusted their ultimate goal this year with the conference championship out of reach.
''You got a chance to win 10 football games...
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...
If its season opener was any indication, Michigan might need some time to get over the loss of a pair of backcourt stars and Mitch McGary's potential long-term absence in the frontcourt.
Fortunately for the seventh-ranked Wolverines, they have another opportunity to work on adjusting Tuesday night against South Carolina State.
Michigan (1-0) went into halftime tied with Division...
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 touches on the Wolverines offensive output vs. South Carolina State, the development of Derrick Walton Jr., and looks ahead to a hectic travel schedule upcoming.
South Carolina State picked the wrong team to leave open on the perimeter.
Michigan’s 93-59 trouncing of the Bulldogs was an endless loop of drawing the shakily-assembled defense into the paint, and kicking it out to an impossibly open Wolverine. Michigan shot 28 3-pointers on the night and made 15. They were so open they were practically obliged to take them, which they were more...