BY LEV FACHER
Known as “Moose” to his coaches and teammates, the 6-foot-7 senior is enjoying a late-career surge.
BY MINH DOAN
The Terrapins were able to make critical shots, while the Wolverines (5-4 Big Ten, 13-7 overall) were unable to find any rhythm on the offensive front.
BY BRANDON CARNEY
The Michigan men’s lacrosse team is entering its fourth year of competition, and its players and coaches believe the program is finally ready to take the step out of infancy.
BY LELAND MITCHINSON
The Wolverines are looking to come out and match the intensity of the four-time defending national champion Nittany Lions, who want to get back to their winning ways after last week’s loss.
BY JEREMY SUMMITT
Michigan State has been a part of Martin’s life in one way or another for 20 years. He grew up a short drive from Spartan Stadium and attended East Lansing High School, a building that essentially rests on Michigan State’s campus, directly next to one of its sorority houses.
BY MINH DOAN
The Wolverines (5-3 Big Ten, 13-6 overall) will have their hands full Thursday night when they take on No. 5 Maryland (8-0, 17-2).
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
“I just thought that the urgency of Michigan on both ends of the floor was greater than our urgency on either side of the floor,” said Nebraska coach Tim Miles.
BY ZACH SHAW
Michigan still holds a 152-128-19 record against its neighbor to the north, including a 2-1 win over the Spartans Dec. 29 in the Great Lakes Invitational championship.
BY SYLVANNA GROSS
Frequently, athletics and philosophy don’t overlap. Yet Michigan men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach Mike Bottom has defined this juncture in a sport where athletes are under immense pressure to execute, and winners and losers are determined by hundredths of a second.
BY BEN FIDELMAN
Midway through the 2014-15 season, Michigan is seeing major contributions from wrestlers who weren’t in the starting lineup at the start of the year, and are continuing to succeed using the “next man up” mentality.
BY KELLY HALL
Back-to-back 3-pointers from the hands of sophomore guard Siera Thompson and junior guard Madison Ristovski cut the Maryland lead to 17-16. Michigan had early hope, but ultimately was too overwhelmed by the Terrapins’ offense and was unable to fight back against a team shooting over 50 percent. Five Wolverines committed at least three fouls in the 91-65 Michigan loss.
BY ZACH SHAW
With rivalry bragging rights and conference positioning on the line, the Spartans have one player who may be able to slow the Wolverines’ roll and allow Michigan State to come away with an upset win: Jake Hildebrand.
BY NATHANIEL CLARK
Long before Derek Sievers was a shot put standout for the Michigan men’s track team, he hoped to make a name for himself on the gridiron.
BY MAX COHEN
You already know offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Tim Drevno, as well as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach D.J. Durkin, but here’s a rundown of the rest of Harbaugh’s staff.
BY JAKE LOURIM
Michigan didn’t have the luxury of running up the score on Nebraska, so they slowed things down and slogged out a 57-possession, 58-44 win.
BY MAX BULTMAN
The Wolverines were able to outrebound the Cornhuskers thanks to breakout efforts from sophomore forward Zak Irvin and senior forward Max Bielfeldt. Buoyed by 12 boards from Irvin and nine from Bielfeldt, Michigan pulled down 34 rebounds to Nebraska’s 26.