“We haven’t played a team that got up into us in a minute. It’s hard to simulate that in practice,” Derrick Walton Jr. said.
Michigan’s bus trip to Indianapolis was much more peaceful than last week’s harrowing plane mishap.
Cornerstone University fell short of winning its fourth men’s basketball national title on Tuesday night.
Here’s one thing millions of Americans can agree on: March Madness is fun, especially when there’s a little money on the line.
March Madness is here: NCAA Tournament seeds and first-round matchups were announced Sunday.
Michigan completed a magical run to its first Big Ten Tournament title, using a swarming defense and accurate shooting to beat Wisconsin.
Derrick Walton Jr. had 29 points, nine assists and five rebounds to carry eighth-seeded Michigan into the Big Ten title game.
Lynch returned from taking a forearm to the face and scored 16 points to lead Minnesota to a victory over fifth-seeded Michigan State.
Michigan’s wild journey carried right on into the Big Ten semifinals with a overtime upset of 13th-ranked Purdue.
It didn’t matter that Michigan State had no momentum, or that the Spartans were playing a team that beat them soundly in January.
Michigan raced to an early double-digit lead and beat Illinois to reach the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals on Thursday.
Wednesday’s high winds led to some tense moments on the runway for the University of Michigan’s men’s basketball team.
As the Michigan State men’s basketball team prepares for their Big Ten Tournament opener, some eyes are already on the NCAA Tournament.
Monday was a good night to be a Bronco.
Cornerstone Coach Kim Elders is hoping to win his fourth NAIA Division II national championship.