3:54 AM EDT, Thu May 28, 2015
Michigan Wolverines Rumors & News
Grand Rapids Press 7 hours ago
Harbaugh was open and honest with Detroit-area coaches about the current state of the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry on Wednesday night.
Grand Rapids Press 11 hours ago
The Wolverines had a 7 1/2 win over/under last summer as well.
Grand Rapids Press 12 hours ago
Michigan released its own football hype video (narrated by rapper Xzibit) Wednesday.
Grand Rapids Press 13 hours ago
Higher fielding percentage in Big Ten Tournament helped Wolverines secure NCAA postseason bid.
Grand Rapids Press 18 hours ago
Peppers wasn't exactly happy with the amount of pocket change the NCAA allows him to hold Tuesday night.
Grand Rapids Press 20 hours ago
After nearly redshirting his freshman season, Doyle earned himself a starting role and outperformed anyone's expectations.
Michigan junior Sierra Romero was a top-three finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award.
A 5-foot-10, 194-pound running back from Grand Blanc, Hayes finishes his Michigan career with 302 rushing yards and one touchdown on 68 carries.
Without having ever met on the football field, the enmity between the two is already the top storyline heading into the 2015 season
Countess announced via social media that he is heading to Auburn, where he's expected to be immediately eligible as a graduate transfer.
Possibilities for Friday's start against Bradley include Brett Adcock, Ryan Nutoff, Evan Hill and Matt Ogden.
Battle hopes to compete in the 2015 FIBA World Championships in Greece from June 27-July 5, then rejoin his AAU team, Philadelphia-based Team Final, in July for Nike Peach Jam.
Grand Rapids Press May 25, 2015
The Wolverines gathered to watch the NCAA Selection Show as a team Monday afternoon at the Wilpon Complex.
Grand Rapids Press May 24, 2015
First Big Ten title since 2008 a special moment, but Wolverines has eye on longer postseason run.
Wolverines Player News
Former N.J. high school star Jabrill Peppers blasts NCAA and food stipend via Twitter