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Michigan redshirt junior quarterback, Devin Gardner talks about competing for the starting spot in practice and playing aggressive. Gardner also discusses the development of redshirt freshman Brian Cleary, and how he (Devin) is becoming a better leader in spring camp.***Watch the Full Video***

Michigan quarterbacks wear orange practice jerseys ‘for obvious reasons’

Devin Gardner and Michigan's quarterbacks are all sporting orange jerseys. They are not wearing the Ohio State colors and that is exactly why.

Biggs Ross gets bigger (video)

Michigan sophomore James Ross III talks to the media. "Biggs" talked about the linebackers competing early in spring, getting a better understanding of the defense, getting stronger in the off-season, the adjustment to weakside linebacker, his thoughts on Brennen Beyer making position changes and more***Watch Video***

2013 NCAA Final Four: Michigan Wolverines hype video

The Michigan Wolverines are Final Four-bound for the first time in decades. Get pumped with this hype video.

Beyer talks about the switch back (video)

Michigan junior linebacker Brennen Beyer talks to the media. Beyer talked about making the switch to linebacker, being ready for more pass coverage, the ‘weight thing’, that he just wants to hit people, learning the minor things at LB, and more. ***Watch Video***

Pallante is home at Michigan

On an unofficial visit to Michigan, Brady Pallante decided it was the place for him. The 2014 defensive tackle gave his verbal pledge to Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke, and he said it was one of the best decisions he’s ever made.

Final Four Preview Podcast: Syracuse vs Michigan

The second national semifinal on Saturday night features the Syracuse Orangemen and Michigan Wolverines. Gus Elvin and Bryan Doherty look at the 2-3 zone of Syracuse against the offensive stars of Michigan, some must have scenarios for each team, an X-factor and ultimately some picks for Saturday Night.

Notebook: Trey Burke has John Beilein’s trust

Dustin Johnston ATLANTA – During the final seconds of regulation against Kansas, Trey Burke dribbled up court, crossed the half-court line, pulled up soon after and heaved a 3-pointer that was well beyond NBA range. The shot went in, Michigan fans lost their collective mind. The Wolverines won in overtime. But was it the shot John Beilein wanted? It’s inconsequential to ask that...

Michigan’s Trey Burke Captures Associated Press Player of the Year

From burying a 30-foot jumper to force overtime against Kansas in the Sweet 16 to carrying the Wolverines to their first Final Four appearance in 20 years, Trey Burke‘s sophomore moments have been beyond memorable. But his road of success doesn’t stop there. Burke, who is averaging 18.8 points and 6.8 assists in his second year with Michigan, has been honored with the John R...

McGary "Energy" on Final Four Run (w/video)

Michigan freshman center, Mitch McGary, has been a source of energy for the Wolverines this NCAA Tournament. The talented freshman discusses his intense playing style and how he has embraced his new starting role.

Michigan’s Trey Burke named 2013 John R. Wooden Award winner

After leading the Michigan Wolverines to the 2013 Final Four, guard Trey Burke was named the 2013 John R. Wooden Award winner.

What would you know about, pressure?

Michigan point guard Trey Burke has the weight of the college basketball world on his shoulders after picking up yet another Player of the Year award Friday morning. People keep trying to tell him, but the sophomore just isn’t feeling it.
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