Harding's Williamson commits to Michigan David Baugh Warren Tribune Chronicle
For the second time this year, a holiday weekend has proven to be time to celebrate for another football player from Warren G. Harding.
New faces, new season for U-M Nathan Sandals The Detroit Free Press
Rich Rodriguez is positive his Michigan football team is ready to take a step forward this year, even if many of last year's questions remain.
There's one more QB to consider Nathan Sandals The Detroit Free Press
Michigan had three quarterbacks taking reps during the first spring practice, but a fourth player will be added to the competition this summer.
U-M Showcases Program with Night of Champions University of Michigan Media Relations
The Wolverine football program hosted the second annual Night of Champions, a nine-event Olympic style competition, tonight (Friday, March 13) on the eve of spring drills at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse.
Wolverines Work Out for Pro Scouts University of Michigan Media Relations
Fourteen former members of the University of Michigan football program worked out for professional scouts today (Friday, March 13) at Schembechler Hall.
Beilein's nerves soothed by joy Michael Rosenberg The Detroit Free Press
John Beilein jumped out of his seat and walked over to his two stars, Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims. CBS had cut to a commercial. Three of the four regions had been announced. And Michigan had not heard its name called.
March Madness heads for Motown Final Four Bob Wojnowski The Detroit News
Here it comes, straight from the heartland and the hinterlands, loaded with powerhouses and puny programs (with all due respect). It's the ultimate road trip to Detroit, the March to Motown, with multiple stops in between.
U-M foe Clemson: 'There's a chip on our shoulder' Detroit News wire services
Clemson didn't look like an NCAA team in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament last week. So coach Oliver Purnell made sure to turn the Tigers back into one the past few days.
Credit John Beilein for Wolverines' turnaround Pete Bigelow The Ann Arbor News
Fans stirred in hopes of a matchup against West Virginia, University of Michigan men's coach John's Beilein's old team, but groaned when No. 11 Dayton snagged that spot.
Wolverines make short work of Broncos Chris Meszaros The Michigan Daily
Maybe the Western Michigan hockey team was simply hoping to sneak out of the first period early in both of its games against No. 3 Michigan this weekend.
AROUND THE NATION
Kiffin fires back at Raiders John Clayton ESPN.com
Former Oakland Raiders coach Lane Kiffin fired back at owner Al Davis on Friday night after a letter sent to the University of Tennessee by the Raiders became public.
Fresno State's Brown dies ESPN.com news services
Fresno State defensive coordinator Dan Brown died Friday after a two-year battle with brain cancer. He was 50.
Bellotti calm about moving on as coach Associated Press ESPN.com
Having thought about his next step for the past couple of years, Oregon coach Mike Bellotti said the time was right to become the university's athletics director and hand over the team to offensive coordinator Chip Kelly.
Alabama suspends two LBs Associated Press SI.com
Alabama opened spring practice Friday without two suspended linebackers and with a quarterback question that coach Nick Saban is in no rush to answer.
Fifty Thoughts on Selection Sunday Luke Winn SI.com
27. Sleeper Pick No. 2 is ... Michigan, the No. 10 Seed in the South. The Wolverines stumbled through the Big Ten, but they always seem to give good teams problems.
Breaking it all down: And the winner is ... Gary Parrish CBS Sports
One of the best things about working for CBS -- besides the fame and riches, of course -- is that the committee has to fax the NCAA tournament bracket to us a little ahead of time so that the production people can build graphics and stuff for the Selection Show