Found October 30, 2012 on
Wilbert the Wolverine here—sorry I am late with this—I’ve been out wandering around the U of M Campus today. I can count the students wearing Michigan sweatshirts on one paw. Last Monday, practically everybody on campus had on a Michigan sweatshirt, and M Flags were still hanging from dorm room windows—none today. Why is that? Last Monday people were going into to Moe’s Sport Shop, The M Den and University Bookstore buying all sorts of Michigan paraphernalia—not so much today. How come? Any undergrad will quickly and gladly tell you, “we beat MSU last week; this week they lost to Nebraska.” Perhaps the certainty of a Michigan B1G Ten Championship becoming uncertainty lying in the hinter lands of ifs and luck is no reason to hang a flag. Granted, going from being in the drivers seat on the road to the B1G Ten Championship to somewhere on a crowded bus isn’t motivating enough to run out and buy a sweatshirt.
That aside, I have another question. Why is it that last week, “we”
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Michigan Football recruiting update: The Wolverines picked up commitment #23 on Wednesday when Da’Mario Jones (Westland, Michigan) committed. Jones is a wide receiver with good speed (4.4) and size (6-2, 185). He had previously committed to Central Michigan, but he couldn’t pass up on the opportunity to play at Michigan and switched his commitment when he received the offer...
Denard Robinson injury update.
Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke says Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson is probable for this coming Saturday's road game against Minnesota despite an arm injury in the loss to Nebraska. (The Detroit Free Press)
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To continue our returning player previews, today we take a look at big man Jon Horford. You can view previous player previews here.
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Grand Ledge, Mich.
Grand Ledge High School
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Michigan guard Trey Burke has been suspended for the Wolverines' exhibition opener Thursday against Northern Michigan.
The school says Burke will sit out for violating team standards. Coach John Beilein says the sophomore star is a good kid but made some ''out-of-character'' decisions he now regrets.
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Sophomore PG Trey Burke has been suspended for the Northern Michigan game (exhibition) tomorrow.
Michigan Head Coach John Beilein released a statement just prior to his press conference Wednesday stating sophomore point guard Trey Burke has been suspended for one game. What does it mean for Thursday’s exhibition?
Michigan's Trey Burke answers Go Blue Wolverines questions directly from Big Ten Media Day -- you can check it out inside.
Michigan heads to Minnesota this week with more questions than answers on offense.
The Wolverines have gone two straight games without scoring a touchdown - a first since the early 1960s - and they played the second half of Saturday's 23-9 loss to Nebraska without quarterback Denard Robinson.
Robinson injured a nerve in his right (throwing) elbow late in the first half, leaving...