All in all, Michigan’s defense seemed to be a completely different unit Saturday than the one that took the court in Champaign 10 days prior.
The Wolverines are right where they wanted to be in the Big Ten, and are currently in place to crack the 64-team NCAA Tournament field.
Zak Irvin took a slight from Illinois personally, and he and the Wolverines used it to exact revenge on Saturday.
The "white-collar" slight put a chip on Michigan's shoulder, as the Wolverines took the court in their “blue-collar” uniforms and sent a very clear message to Illinois.
The Wolverines bounced back from a loss at Maryland on Thursday to beat Nebraska, 84-51.
United States National Team Development Program goaltender Dylan St. Cyr pulled his commitment from the Michigan hockey team last week, according to a team source.
The Michigan wrestling team prevailed over Northwestern, 38-10, as the Wolverines racked up two pins and four technical falls.
Chris Wormley wrote a letter of thanks to the Michigan community for supporting him throughout the season.
Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight uses the lessons he learned from his high school basketball coach Alex Peavey in order to maintain a cool demeanor on the field.