Charles Matthews Has Torn ACLFormer Michigan standout Charles Matthews is dealing with a significant knee injury as the NBA draft approaches.
3 Wolverine's Declare For NBA DraftThe school announced Tuesday that the three players intend to sign with agents, but under new NCAA rules, they are allowed to have agents during the evaluation process for the draft. They can return to school without losing their eligibility.
Allowing Just 44 Points Texas Tech Knocks Off MichiganJarett Culver's 22 points were a mere subplot in third-seeded Tech's 63-44 takedown of No. 2 Michigan in the West Region on Thursday night — a victory that set up an intriguing Elite Eight showdown against Gonzaga, which boasts the country's leading offense.
Wolverines Clamp Down On Gators 64-49"Holding this team to 49 points is incredible," Michigan coach John Beilein said. "That's how we won the game.”
Michigan-Michigan State In PicturesWatch Michigan-Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship Game, Sunday at 3:30pm on CBS62.
Spartans Winston Named AP's Big Ten Player Of The YearWinston is the second Michigan State player in four years named AP's Big Ten player of the year, joining Denzel Valentine in 2016.
Wolverines Thump Cornhuskers In Final Home GameJon Teske scored a career-high 22 points, and No. 9 Michigan easily rebounded from its loss to Michigan State with an 82-53 victory over Nebraska on Thursday night.
No. 24 Maryland Looks To Keep Momentum vs Struggling No. 6 MichiganA look at the upcoming week around the Big Ten
TOP 25 THIS WEEK: Wolverines Visit An Unranked Opponent In Its Only GameMichigan (17-0, 6-0 Big Ten) visits an unranked opponent in its only game, though the Wolverines are visiting a Wisconsin team that was ranked for seven straight weeks before dropping out of last week's poll.
No. 2 Michigan Ties Longest Win Streak In School History 17-0Zavier Simpson is Michigan's gritty point guard, and Jon Teske is the 7-foot-1 center. Together, they anchor the Wolverines' stellar defense.
Wolverines Stay Perfect With 74-63 Win Over IndianaCharles Matthews scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half to help No. 2 Michigan build a double-digit lead and the Wolverines held on for a 74-63 victory over No. 21 Indiana on Sunday to remain unbeaten.