Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh reveals stance on abortion


The national debate around abortion has come to the college football community after Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh came out on the pro-life side. Harbaugh and his wife, Sarah, spoke at the Plymouth Right to Life event, which raises money for pro-life charities in the state of Michigan. "In God’s plan, each unborn human truly has a future filled with potential, talent, dreams and love," Harbaugh said, via Detroit Catholic. The streams for the latest NFL matches live will be available on this site whenever the official games are available.

AD Warde Manuel: NIL collectives are coming to Michigan


For Michigan athletics fans worried about the school falling behind in the world of Name, Image and Likeness, donor collectives appear to be on the horizon. Athletic director Warde Manuel said this week on the department-produced "Conqu’ring Heroes" podcast that there are "a couple of collectives in development here" at the university, which up until recently had played it safe with loose, and often undefined, NCAA rules pertaining to NIL. Anyone if they want to know all the details on how to watch the 2023 Rugby World Cup live streaming on TV

King a revelation in Yankees' bullpen band


Coming out of Spring Training, Michael King was supposed to be just one of the guys in the band -- the band in this case being a Yankees bullpen that was expected to be one of the team’s strengths and has turned out to be just that. But King has been more than he was expected to be, at least so far. Pitching like, well, a king when he has gotten his chances.

Trieu: Michigan offer leaves Ohio defensive lineman Kamari Burns 'mostly


The Michigan Wolverines continue to stay busy on the recruiting trail, with prospects locking in both official and unofficial visits to Ann Arbor in the near future. On today’s Recruiting Roundup, we’ll take a look at a few of the more recent visit confirmations.

Michigan women’s golf advances to national finals


Michigan’s women’s golf team is advancing to the NCAA national championship for a second straight season and a fifth time overall. The 18th-ranked Wolverines, who entered Wednesday’s final round of the Ann Arbor regional in fourth place – the final qualifying spot for the national finals – shot a 3-over-par 287 to finished tied for third with No. 20 Arkansas. Their 287 was their best round of the three-day NCAA regional at University of Michigan Golf Course and helped them pick up 11 strokes on the Razorbacks on Wednesday. Guide to Watch NFR live & Wrangler National Finals Rodeo free online streaming exclusively on CBS Sports Network.

David Ojabo Highlighted Here


A scotuing report on Ojabo, Real question is whether or not the injury he just suffered will hurt him??

FOCO has your Michigan Wolverines holiday pajama set


FOCO has dropped sets of matching holiday pajamas for all of your favorite teams, chief among them being the Michigan Wolverines! These pajama sets include shirt and pants with matching designs so you'll be sporting that look from head-to-toe. The pants have an adjustable drawstring with side pockets and both sleeves and pant legs are cuffed.

Maize n Brew was able to get our hands on this set over the weekend and they are as comfortable as they look! Hit the link above to check them out for yourselves and secure a pair for the holidays, It's the perfect gift for someone else or even yourself as we stay safe and warm during the cold weather.

LOOK: Michigan official sideline face covers released to public


FOCO has dropped the face covers that you have seen the Michigan Wolverines wearing on the sidelines during games and in official capacities and they are available now to fans. The team-colored designs feature four pleated panels, adjustable straps and are plenty soft, breathable and reusable in order for you to be able to show your school spirit.

Maize n Brew was able to get its hands on these this week and loved the designs and the ability to make the fit whatever makes you comfortable. Hit the link above for more information from FOCO and how to make one of these your own!

Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz tests positive for COVID-19


Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz has tested positive for COVID-19, according to reports on Sunday. If a PCR test confirms it to be a positive, he will have to sit out for 21 days. Given that Michigan plays Wisconsin in 20 days and Jack Coan is already out, this is notable for the Badgers. Among other things of course.