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Former Michigan cornerback J.T. Floyd reflects upon his career and discusses overcoming adversity, his preparation for the upcoming pro day in Ann Arbor, the high regard he has for the Wolverines’ young crop of receivers, and much much more.
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You know the story...Michigan's Denard Robinson and Texas A&M's Ryan Swope were the final two contenders for the cover of NCAA Football 2014. EA Sports, in all their eternal wisdom, decided to put a poll on Facebook to decide the winner. Easy right? Well not really. After the voting period ended last night, controversy erupted.
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John Beilein faced the media after Michigan lost a share of the Big Ten Championship on its home court Sunday. Watch the quotes press conference in the embedded media player below or find selected quotes after the jump.
“It was a great basketball game. Our kids played their hearts out. I thought we defended them very well at times, most of the time but just let them crash three...
Trey Burke’s sophomore season has been consistently productive to say the least. Not one to compare current players to those he’s coached in the past, Michigan coach John Beilein doesn’t remember seeing many like this.
Much of the focus on Michigan this season has revolved around the Wolverines tremendous transition offense, Trey Burke’s player of the year resume and the talented crop of freshmen that John Beilein brought to Ann Arbor. Or, more recently, Michigan’s floundering defensive mettle.
Out-of-bounds plays and after timeout situations can feel mundane when compared to...
Via our friends at UMHoops.com, here’s postgame reaction from John Beilein following Michigan’s 72-71 loss to Indiana at the Crisler Center.