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.
Jim Harbaugh is a fiery guy, but Wednesday at Pebble Beach we saw his laid-back side. Check out the piece from USA TODAY.
ESPN's Paul Finebaum compared Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh to presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday when speaking about how he has riled up the SEC and its coaches.
The analogy may not completely be dead on, but Finebaum makes a few valid points on why the SEC's obsession with Harbaugh is silly.
Sankey has responded saying that he is "not going to reduce what is an important conversation to some childhood use of Twitter."
What's next? Hopefully a Kanye-style rant against the SEC on the part of Harbaugh.
Two members of Michigan's hockey team were honored this week by the Big Ten. Junior forward Tyler Motte was named First Star, and senior goaltender Steve Racine was named Second Star. Motte scored three goals over the weekend, while Racine finished the series against Michigan State with a 1.94 goals-against average and .947 save percentage.
The king of subtweets does it again.
Much has been made the last few days about the SEC complaining about what Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines do. Well, it looks like coach decided to fire back at Greg Sankey and company.
Fifth-year senior receiver Amara Darboh has freakish hands. After hauling in this Odell Beckham-esque catch against BYU this past season, he goes and does the above in winter workouts.
Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh is a big fan of Willie Mays, saying in November that Jabrill Peppers has the potential to be the "Willie Mays of football." Today, Harbaugh spent time with the legend himself.
In this week's column for the Detroit Free Press, I explain why in order to take the next step in 2016, the Michigan Wolverines will need a big splash from some of its incoming freshmen.
Hit the link above for the full column.
Jim Harbaugh and radio personality Colin Cowherd had a most awkward interview last summer while Harbaugh was gearing up for his first season as Michigan head coach. Friday, Harbaugh went back on Cowherd's show, and things went much more smoothly. Both sides admitted fault and agreed they are now "connecting."