Several questions posed to Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke during Wednesday’s signing day press conference had zero to do with the high school players who had just signed their letters of intent.
At the time Michigan announced its class was complete, 247sports.com ranked the Wolverines’ group as 18th-best in the nation.
Five-star defensive line recruit Malik McDowell is headed to Michigan State.
When people consider the Big Ten’s most dangerous teams, Nebraska does not top the list. That hardly matters to John Beilein.
McDowell seems interested in Michigan State in particular, and his parents seem totally opposed.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke has issued his first statement since a report that kicker Brendan Gibbons had been expelled for violating the school’s sexual misconduct policies.
Florida, Wichita State, the only other unbeaten in Division I, and San Diego State remained third through fifth and were followed by Villanova, Cincinnati, Kansas, Michigan State and Michigan.
Michigan (16-5, 8-1) produced a season-low point total as a 10-game winning streak came to an end.
Caris LeVert had 14 points and a career-high 11 rebounds for his first career double-double, and No. 10 Michigan beat Purdue 75-66 on Thursday night, extending its winning streak to 10.
The university didn’t name Gibbons but says “questions have been raised about” its “response to allegations of sexual misconduct in 2009.”