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Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Saturday marks culmination of long preparation for Ohio State

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BY MAX COHEN

Michigan coach Brady Hoke has said something of the sort whenever he’s been asked about his team’s hunt for a bowl berth in recent weeks. But Wednesday, he admitted there is one game that looms above them all when it comes to advanced preparation.

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Men's Basketball

Villanova upends Michigan in Legends Classic thriller, 60-55

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BY JAKE LOURIM

“They had three or four of those rim-protecting type of plays today, three big blocks where I think we had really good leverage,” Beilein said. “We had the basket, but their guys came out of nowhere to take it away from us.”

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Despite loss, Michigan builds a home away from home at Barclays Center

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BY LEV FACHER

Despite the late start — the game tipped off well after 10 p.m. — Michigan fans created an atmosphere that, at times, rivaled what is present throughout the year at Crisler Center.

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Wolverines head to San Juan for Thanksgiving break

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BY KELLY HALL

There are seven Division I teams participating in this year’s tournament, and the Wolverines will face Washington State and San Diego State on Friday and Saturday afternoon, respectively.

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With gaps ahead, Michigan announces six recruits

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BY TED JANES

With holes to fill, the Michigan men’s swimming and diving coach Mike Bottom recently welcomed a six-man class to Ann Arbor for the fall of 2015. The recruits hail from all across the country, including two from outside the United States.

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Doyle and veteran quartet guide Michigan over Oregon

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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

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With 10-point effort in Brooklyn, Doyle jumps into the limelight

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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.

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Volleyball

Michigan wins five-set thriller in final home game

BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The Wolverines didn’t disappoint the sold-out crowd, winning a back-and-forth five-set match against Indiana, 25-8, 24-26, 25-13, 20-25, 15-11.

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Even in season of struggle, Greg Mattison defends Brady Hoke

BY GREG GARNO

So as Hoke faces criticism over his job and the speculation swirls faster than the Michigan wind, Mattison has been the first to come to the head coach’s defense. He has been there before, but Monday, he laid out his most extensive list of reasons for support of what Hoke has done for the program.

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Men's Basketball

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Beilein says lessons clear after loss to Villanova, blasts ESPN scheduling

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Regardless of the result, there was a much more important lesson Beilein wanted to stress: His players are students first and athletes second.

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Hockey inks five players for next season, all sign NLI agreements

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Monday, the Wolverines announced the signing of five players to National Letters of Intent for the 2015-16 season — an expectedly strong class that the Michigan coaching staff is thrilled to welcome.

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Huntley dominates in Central Michigan blowout

BY ALEX PODGES

Max Huntley made up for lost time Tuesday, contributing four points to Michigan’s 30-3 blowout over Central Michigan.

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