Michigan Officially Announces The Addition Of Offensive Coach

While Michigan has yet to announce the position group of its two new hires (Al Washington and Dan Enos), the Wolverines made the hiring of the former Arkansas OC and Central Michigan coach official: ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Dan Enos, a long-time assistant coach in the Midwest and former head coach at Central Michigan, has joined the offensive coaching staff, announced Monday (Jan. 8)...
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Two freshman form a bond, help Michigan with quality play off the bench

Isaiah Livers and Jordan Poole are beginning to find “chemistry” that is helping John Beilein and the Wolverines find more depth along the bench. Before the start of the 2017-18 season, the projected starting lineup for Michigan basketball was pretty simple to predict based on the players that returned. Sophomore and transfer guard Jaaron Simmons and Zavier Simpson splitting minutes...
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NFL Reporter: This NFL Job Is Harbaugh’s ‘Dream Job’ But He Has No Plans To Leave

According to ESPN NFL reporter Jim Trotter, Jim Harbaugh’s dream job is the Chicago Bears (where he was drafted) but he has no plans to leave Michigan.
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Five Key Plays: Michigan 79, Illinois 69

It wasn’t always pretty, but Michigan picked up another conference win Saturday afternoon. The Wolverines shrugged off some early first-half struggles before several second-half runs allowed them to pull away. Here are five key plays from Michigan’s 79-69 win: 1. Poole to Livers Did you think we’d lead with anything else? This wasn’t only just a highlight-reel play between the...
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11 days ago

Michigan Football: Aidan Hutchinson has a really bright future

Michigan football had a few recruits playing in the Army All-American Bowl Saturday, but no one made an impact quite like Aidan Hutchinson. While you might have been busy watching college basketball yesterday, during the Army All-American Bowl, Michigan football signee Aidan Hutchinson reminded us once again, why he has such a bright future ahead of […] Michigan Football: Aidan Hutchinson...
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12 days ago

Future Wolverine Aidan Hutchinson has monster game at U.S. Army All-American Bowl

The incoming freshman showed the nation what he can do against top tier talent. Some of college football’s highest recruited incoming freshman played at a high stage Saturday in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Three future Wolverines participated in the game, and actually all played on the West team — linebacker Cameron McGrone, offensive lineman Jalen Mayfield and defensive end...
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12 days ago

Five takeaways from Michigan’s win over Illinois

Michigan got some momentum heading into perhaps its toughest stretch of the regular season with a 79-69 win over Illinois. Here are five takeaways. Zavier Simpson takes the starting job, and keeps it After starting the second half at Iowa earlier in the week, Simpson started the game on Sunday. Though the offense stalled early with him at the helm, the sophomore ended up playing...
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12 days ago

Breakout performances from Livers, Poole change Michigan’s complexion

Isaiah Livers says he and his roommate, Jordan Poole, dream about games like Michigan’s 79-69 win over Illinois on Saturday afternoon. Livers had 12 points. Poole had 11. Perhaps it happened just as they’ve envisioned while hanging out in their shared dorm room. Each provided offense at key moments. Livers led the team in scoring during an uneven first half, chipping in a personal...
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12 days ago

Game 17: Illinois at Michigan Recap

Sometimes you just have to chalk up a half of basketball to Murphy’s law. Michigan turned the ball over 12 times in 36 first half possessions against Illinois. The Wolverines were whistled for six fouls on offense and their leading scorer was on the court for 67 seconds before being called for his second personal. On the other end of floor, a 25% 3-point shooter make his first two...
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12 days ago

Michigan Basketball survives slugfest vs. Illinois

Michigan found itself in a battle with Illinois, as they looked to keep this season’s home record spotless. For much of the first half, Michigan played sloppy basketball and found themselves down 34-31 at the half. However, Michigan would get a spark from their bench and come away with a 79-69 win. Michigan moves to 14-3 overall and 3-1 in the Big Ten. The referees called a tight...
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Video: Jordan Poole, Isaiah Livers talk win over Illinois

Michigan freshmen Jordan Poole and Isaiah Livers had big games off the bench on Saturday. Here’s what the duo had to say after the victory. The post Video: Jordan Poole, Isaiah Livers talk win over Illinois appeared first on UM Hoops.com.
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