Shane Morris sat out most of his senior season in high school and spent a good portion of his first in college watching games from the sideline.
“A month or two from now,” Stauskas said, “I think we’re going to win those games.”
Despite posting a disappointing 7-5 record and having to watch its two biggest rivals duke it out for the Big Ten Championship this weekend, the Michigan Wolverines football team pulled in the second-highest television ratings in the nation this season, bested only by the Alabama Crimson Tide.
University of Michigan men’s basketball freshman guard Zak Irvin was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week today by the conference office.
In its first road test of the season, Michigan’s youth showed up in a glaring way.
Morgan, who was a member for the All-Big Ten Defensive team last season, has started 95 of his 106 career games and currently ranks tied for 35th all-time with 536 career rebounds.
If you believe everything you read from baseball people, the Tigers hiring of Brad Ausmus is a great move.
Michigan fans are still feeling the pain of Saturday’s loss to Penn State, where they gave the game away to the Nittany Lions.
Bill Belton ran for a 2-yard touchdown in the fourth overtime to lift Penn State past No. 18 Michigan 43-40 in maybe the biggest win in coach Bill O’Brien’s two seasons with the Nittany Lions.
Devin Gardner has turned the ball over seven times in two games, making Michigan vulnerable to being upset.