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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Friday afternoon, the draft-eligible Wolverines spoke to the media following the team’s annual Pro Day and reflected on how they made it to this moment.
After suffering a forfeit to begin the meet, the Michigan wrestling team couldn't recover to defeat No. 6 Nebraska.
A decision that seemed inevitable for months is now official, as redshirt sophomore linebacker Jabrill Peppers announced Tuesday that he will forgo his remaining two years of eligibility at Michigan and enter the NFL Draft.
Thinking about the heartbreaking ending for De’Veon Smith and the rest of the seniors, Evans couldn’t help but feel like he let them down.
Michigan’s season may not be ending with a game in the College Football Playoff, but that doesn’t mean the Wolverines are taking the Orange Bowl lightly.
Michigan’s stalwart defense is led by a group of seniors who will leave a lasting mark on the program both on and off the field.
In his first year as a starter, Wilton Speight finished the regular season with 2,375 passing yards and 17 touchdowns against six interceptions.
After road losses to Iowa and No. 3 Ohio State, Michigan has itself to blame for coming up short of the playoff.
The Wolverines need some help this weekend to make the College Football Playoff at 10-2.
Yet again, there will be plays Wolverine fans will have ingrained in their minds for a while. But this time, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh directed the blame elsewhere.