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BY DANIEL FELDMAN
With Michigan up three with 43 seconds left, Ricky Doyle gathered a huge offensive rebounds before putting it back up to seal the game
BY LEV FACHER
Ricky Doyle wasn’t even the first big man off the bench for the Michigan men’s basketball team in its 70-63 win over Oregon Monday night. But that didn’t stop the crowd at the Barclays Center from chanting his name in the end.
BY ERIN LENNON
But the Wolverines’ subpar 5-6-0 record is a representation of several team weaknesses, with the exception of the offense at even strength. In its two games against Penn State, the poor play of Michigan’s special teams, which has been unpredictable at best, continued to plague the team.
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BY GREG GARNO
If you’re reading anything else about “The Game” this weekend, you should understand this is the bigger point that matters: This year’s game doesn’t mean anything.
Men's Swimming and Diving
BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS
Moore was selected Nov. 22 as one of the 32 students for the American Rhodes Scholar Class of 2015.
BY CHRIS CROWDER
The Michigan women’s cross country team opened the season ranked No. 1 and held that spot until Oct. 18 at the NCAA Pre-Nationals. An 18th-place finish in the NCAA Championship wasn’t expected after its preseason and midseason projections. But championships aren’t won on day one.
BY ZACH SHAW
In the first 10 games, the Wolverines had been unable to put the pieces together. But that all changed in Saturday night’s 8-1 win over Penn State. The team with great expectations finally met them on the ice, dominating in all areas in its breakthrough win.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
With the season on the line, the Michigan football team came up short in a 23-16 home loss to Maryland. The loss all but ended the Wolverines’ hope for a bowl bid with a game at No. 7 Ohio State, the last chance for Michigan to reach six wins. The Daily picks out the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s senior day loss.
BY MINH DOAN
Despite early-season questions about rebounding, the Wolverines have proved they can grab boards despite their small size.
BY EVAN ROSEN
The Wolverines got swept in Nebraska this weekend, ending their hopes for an NCAA tournament birth, but theyre not throwing in the towel just yet.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
“I’ll say it in the most diplomatic way I can: I’m not a fan of Ohio State. I never have been. I don’t like The Horseshoe, and I don’t like Carmen Ohio.”
BY JAKE LOURIM
Traditional programs, veteran coaches and strong fan bases will collide Tuesday when the Michigan men’s basketball team takes on Villanova. The Wildcats stormed past Virginia Commonwealth, 77-53, and the Wolverines topped Oregon late Monday, 70-63.
BY JACOB GASE
Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico knew that despite her impressive start, reality would eventually set in that guard Katelynn Flaherty is just a freshman.
BY JUSTIN STERN
After Saturday’s loss to Maryland, the Wolverines saw their fourth decommit this season in four-star running back Mike Weber. And there may be others who follow.
BY MAX COHEN
With the loss, a win over Ohio State is necessary for Michigan to make a bowl game. But the Wolverines have several issues to resolve first. Many of the same issues that have persisted all season hindered Michigan against the Terrapins.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
The Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t play perfect defense on Sunday, but it made the stops it needed to in order for its offense to find its rhythm as it dominated the floor in a 74-47 win over Western Michigan.