Every Thursday our writers debate and discuss three issues surrounding the Wolverines. Today, they look at kids who would've benefited from an early enrollment, some March Madness and some under-the-radar 2014 prospects.
about 1223 days ago | Chantel Jennings & Tom VanHaaren & Michael Rothstein | Michigan Wolverines
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Every Thursday, the WolverineNation staff puts its heads together to discuss a few of the big issues in Michigan sports. This week, the three take a look at an offensive lineman's decision, a basketball surprise and the early enrollments on the horizon.
about 1321 days ago | WolverineNation Staff | Michigan Wolverines
The college basketball world is about to be inundated with preseason rankings, awards and inflated expectations. It's the business of the sport, and consuming all the information is part of the allure of the early season for fans.
Michigan point guard Trey Burke has had a lot to think about this offseason: his decision to stay in Ann Arbor, the loss of his two senior leaders, the transfer of a starter and five freshmen to incorporate into what will be his team.
about 1475 days ago | Chantel Jennings | Michigan Wolverines
Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke were two of just 25 college players invited to the LeBron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas over the weekend. The duo got to face some of the nation's top talent, including Penn State's Tim Frazier and Duke's Mason Plumlee and Ryan Kelly.
about 1478 days ago | WolverineNation staff | Michigan Wolverines
Next week, the announcements from Nerlens Noel (Everett, Mass./Tilton School) and Shabazz Muhammad (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman), the Nos. 1 and 2 players in the ESPNU 100, will alter the landscape of college basketball.
NEW ORLEANS - The second-annual All-American Championship consisted of two all-star games featuring 38 of the top seniors and underclassmen in the country. The difference in the pair of games (North vs.
about 1576 days ago | Dave Telep | Texas Longhorns