Our student section doesn’t adequately represent the national standing and prestige our program deserves. Assembly Hall. Krzyzewskiville. The “Izzone”. All three of these locales inspire images of tradition and success within the realm of college basketball — although the Izzone has experienced attrition of morale following recent upset losses to unranked Wisconsin and Nebraska. Their stands […]
My, what a year it’s been for Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines. Following what can only be described as an explosion of cult-like insanity and fandom surrounding his arrival in Ann Arbor earlier this year, the former QB did surprisingly well in bringing Michigan Football back to some semblance of its former glory. In spite […]
To open a season of high expectations, Michigan pummeled Toronto in an exhibition contest at Yost Ice Arena by a score of eight to one–a final result surprising no one. The Wolverines are coming off a relatively underwhelming 2014 season, finishing 20th in the USCHO.com poll and missing an automatic berth to the NCAA playoff […]
As Michigan’s schedule brings them home to face some tough non-conference competition, the town will undoubtedly turn into a swarm of maize, blue and especially khaki. And when it does, let us be sure to remember the players behind the coach.
Ever since its conception, the implementation and adaptation of the welfare state have both intrigued and perturbed economists. While many have praised welfare’s ability to maintain and support a minimum societal level of well-being for all citizens in their time of need, others have expressed doubts at its level of effectiveness—especially its ability to motivate […]
This Thursday, Michigan Boxing looks to defend their national title from some of the best collegiate boxing talent in the nation. With both returning champions and new competitors in the ring, as well as solid leadership from captains Kevin Bosma and Kate Johnson, it’s a night you won’t want to miss.
Winter break was exactly what Michigan hockey needed to return to winning form. Since final exams ended, the Wolverines are 4-0, with three of their victories coming against top-ten teams. The team has played incredibly in the face of tough competition, and as Big Ten play continues, a league championship is no longer out of reach.
After weeks of speculation, the search is over. At a press conference today, interim athletic director Jim Hackett announced that former San Francisco 49er’s coach Jim Harbaugh has been hired as the new head coach of the Michigan football team. While Hackett did not go into specifics, Harbaugh has agreed to a seven year contract […]
On November 20th, former Michigan hockey player, Jack Johnson, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, despite his multi-million dollar salary playing for the Columbus Blue Jackets in the National Hockey League. The Columbus Dispatch claims that Johnson reported only $50,000 in assets against an astounding $15 million dollars in debt. What’s even crazier about this bankruptcy […]