Jon Solomon of CBS Sports says the upcoming Michigan Football spring break trip could be the first and last.
Michigan and Detroit announced that Wednesday's 7 p.m. lacrosse game has been canceled due to the weather affecting the state today. It was also announced that the game will not be made up. So, maybe the Wolverines will have to suffer and make the trip out to sunny California for their Orange County Winter Invitational a little earlier than expected. Seriously, though, stay safe out there Michiganders.
Fantastic support for a good cause by the head coach.
He is everywhere.
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh sat ringside at last night's edition of WWE Raw at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit and pumped up the crowd when he was showed on screen.
Gotta catch 'em all!
In this week's Detroit Free Press column, I discussed why John Beilein is the best coach Michigan can get its hands on and why the backlash from a portion of the fans is completely off-base.
The Wolverines basketball team is projected as a No. 11 seed by USA TODAY, the same spot the team held last week. If this bracket actually happened, Michigan would face USC in the first round.
Rolling Stone for some reason decides to weigh in on Jim Harbaugh, saying "maybe it's time to chill" regarding the Michigan coach.
Well, today has started out interesting.
In this week's Detroit Free Press column, I discussed the Jim Harbaugh vs. the SEC saga that has played out and why it is silly. To read that in full, hit the link here.
Well, Harbaugh linked the column in a tweet this morning with the above caption and, my goodness, scorched earth.
Caris LeVert will play in Michigan's home game against #18 Purdue on Saturday. LeVert had missed the last 11 games with what Michigan has classified only as a "lower left leg" injury. He is not slated to start and will come off the bench in his return. It is unclear how many minutes he will play, but Michigan is happy to have the senior star, who's averaged 17.6 PPG, 5.4 RPG, and 5.2 APG this season, back.