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Michigan went 1-1 last week, including a heartbreaking loss to Wisconsin, but they still get another award.
Mitch McGary won the Big Ten Freshman of the Week award for the second time, the conference announced Monday. McGary averaged 13.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.5 steals off the bench in a pair of overtime games -- a win over Ohio State and the loss to the Badgers.
McGary has been huge for Michigan in recent weeks, as Jordan Morgan and Jon Horford have struggled with injuries. He's also been able to avoid the freshman slump that has hit both Nik Stauskas and Glenn
Robinson III as the Wolverines have lost two of their last three after a 20-1 start.
Michigan freshmen have now taken the award a conference-best seven times -- three by Stauskas and two each for McGary and Robinson.
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In a battle of Top 10 teams, Michigan Basketball (21-3, 8-3) will play at Michigan State on Tuesday night. Tip is scheduled for 9pm and the game will be televised on ESPN. This contest marks the third time in the last 4 games that Michigan will play a team ranked in the Top 10.
The 8th ranked Spartans (20-4, 9-2) are tied with Indiana for first place in the Big Ten. Michigan State...
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Eric Davis is a four-star 2015 point guard recruit out of Saginaw Arthur Hill. Davis has already received plenty of attention from a number of top schools, including Kentucky, Duke and Kansas. Davis took a visit to Michigan to see the Wolverines beat Ohio State at the new Crisler Center, and John Beilein has been keeping close tabs on the talented scorer. We caught up with Davis...
Michigan coach John Beilein knows the challenge Michigan State poses in the frontcourt, with or without Jordan Morgan. Practice Monday will go a long way to indicate whether or not the junior can go Tuesday in East Lansing.
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Tim Hardaway Jr.: 9 (Last Week: 6)
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In part two, Michigan’s recruiting brain-trust – recruiting coordinator / WR Jeff Hecklinski and director of player personnel, Chris Singletary discuss Michigan's philosophy on wide receiver recruiting, the progress made by last year's wideouts - Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson, the recruiting inaccuracies propagated on twitter, the defensive back haul, and much much more. *With video**
As Michigan’s most consistent playmaker out of the backfield, Denard Robinson, now departs for an NFL career, offensive coordinator Al Borges can envision where the Wolverines' offense is headed. It’s getting close to reality, too. **with video**