Roller-coaster Season for Michigan Men’s Basketball High Expectations Juwan Howard and his Michigan basketball squad came into the 2021-22 season with multiple reasons to believe they could contend for a national championship. They had reached the Elite Eight the previous year and fell just 2 points shy of a Final Four. While they lost the […]
Why Michigan Fans Should Not Be Mad at Jim Harbaugh Jim Harbaugh has seen his fair share of scrutiny during his tenure at Michigan. Up until last season, most of the criticism against him stemmed from the opinion that he had underperformed. While his overall record was good, he stumbled in ranked matchups and against
3 Things Michigan Must Build Upon to Make a Run at the Tournament Michigan basketball finally put together a complete performance at home against Maryland last week. After an abysmal first half of the season, the Wolverines intend to build upon the momentum created in the Maryland game. Here are 3 things Michigan must have
A Season To Remember The 2021 Michigan Wolverines The 2021 Michigan Wolverines football team did not enter the season with the usual hype surrounding elite programs. Following an abysmal 2-4 season in 2020, marred by cancellations, opt-outs, and losses to rivals, the Michigan football program appeared to be on the brink of collapse. In the
The Real Reason International Players Can’t Profit From NIL Last week I was participating in my usual ritual of endless scrolling through Michigan Twitter when I came across an outrageous post. Star Michigan Wovlerines defensive lineman David Ojabo had tweeted “Unfortunately, I cannot profit off of my NIL because I am an international student. ”
Featured Photo: Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press Adjustments Work for the Wolverines Michigan 87, Southern Utah 50 Recap The Michigan Wolverines men’s basketball team entered Saturday’s matchup with the Southern Utah Thunderbirds reeling from their first Big 10 loss of the season. It was reported that senior guard Eli Brooks had called out his teammates
What’s Wrong With Michigan Basketball? College basketball fans and analysts would agree that Michigan basketball starting the season 6-4 would be categorized as a disappointment. After reaching the Elite Eight last year to cap off Juwan Howard’s second season as Michigan’s head coach, the Wolverines brought in what many considered the top recruiting class in
The Wolverines entered Saturday’s matchup against the Minnesota Golden Gophers as double digit favorites. Despite carrying a 7-1 record, Minnesota had not yet shown enough this season for fans to expect them to be able to hang with the talented Michigan Wolverines roster.
The game was never in question when the Wolverines rolled into Lincoln Tuesday night for their Big 10 opener against Nebraska. Michigan entered the matchup with some momentum from a much improved performance over the weekend against San Diego St.
There is a banner hanging in the Michigan locker room that states “Those Who Stay Will Be Champions.” It was left there by the legendary Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler when he arrived at Michigan in 1969. It was a challenge and a promise. He challenged his team to endure his grueling workouts and practices, while promising them that the ones who stayed would walk away as champions.