1. Michigan Football: Brady Hoke's Highest Achieving Recruits

    Brady Hoke hasn't seen many of his recruits lead the way for his Michigan program. However, that doesn't mean the coach's selections won't become prime contributors to the Wolverines this fall...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 7 months ago 6,716 reads 21 comments

  2. Michigan Football: 5 Players Sure to Surprise at Fall Camp

    In merely a handful of weeks, Michigan's Team 135 takes the field, looking to avenge a 7-6 stumble in 2013...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 7 months ago 6,724 reads 18 comments

  3. Which CBB Powerhouse Has Better Incoming Freshmen: Michigan or Michigan State?

    Neither has an overwhelming class of scholarship freshmen to boast about, but Michigan and Michigan State each have sturdy and respectable 2014 crops capable of delivering hearty yields...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 11,879 reads 40 comments

  4. Michigan Football: Analyzing Brady Hoke's 5-Star Recruits

    During the past three years, Michigan coach Brady Hoke has been in steady contention for the highest-profile recruits. He wins some, he loses some—he lives to recruit another day...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 9,550 reads 78 comments

  5. Michigan Basketball: Why Wolverines Have the Big Ten's Best Coaching Staff

    John Beilein's arrival to Ann Arbor in 2007 was a revival for Michigan basketball. Since then, the 2014 Naismith finalist has taken the Wolverines to a Final Four, followed by ...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 3,840 reads 12 comments

  6. Michigan Basketball: Breaking Down Wolverines Guards for 2014-15 Season

    Great guard play goes a long way. Just ask UConn's Jim Calhoun and Kevin Ollie, or even Michigan State's Tom Izzo, and they'd all say the same thing. Title outcomes are often left in the hands of the backcourt...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 4,162 reads 17 comments

  7. Michigan Football: Is Devin Funchess a Legitimate Biletnikoff Award Contender?

    The Devin Funchess hype train has made a stop at Biletnikoffville, home of the perceived-best receivers in all of college football...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 3,809 reads 22 comments

  8. Michigan Football: Are Willie Henry and Ondre Pipkins the Real Deal?

    Willie Henry and Ondre Pipkins have yet to reach stardom, but they're most certainly two of the most important pieces to Michigan's defensive line. Primed to pounce, Henry could very well be one of the best-kept secrets in the Big Ten...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 7,176 reads 37 comments

  9. Michigan State Basketball: What Are Spartans' Chances to Land Caleb Swanigan?

    Right now, it's easy to assume that Caleb Swanigan is Michigan State's for the taking. On most fronts, everyone but the Spartans are considered filler suitors when it comes to courting the 6'8", 265-pound power forward/center out of Ft...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 15,295 reads 11 comments

  10. Biggest Takeaways from Michigan Wolverines Targets' Performances at The Opening

    Nike's "The Opening" is an all-star gala designed to showcase the country's top college football prospects, and it's also a great way for commits to help their respective coaches on the trail by whispering into the ears of their friends...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 6,722 reads 8 comments

  11. Michigan Football: 5 2016 RB Recruits Who Could Be Game-Changers

    If a team's winning in the Big Ten, it's winning on the ground; and in order for Michigan to regain its hold of the conference, it must restore its once-powerful rushing attack...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 6,524 reads 4 comments

  12. Michigan Basketball Recruiting: Breaking Down the Top Remaining 2015 Targets

    Michigan coach John Beilein just put the finishing touches on his 2014 class, which means he now has plenty of time to shift his focus to the yet-to-be-assembled 2015 haul...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 3,644 reads 2 comments

  13. Michigan Football: 5 Less Proven Wolverines Who Must Shine in Fall Practices

    Improvement is a universally accepted byproduct of experience. In theory, the longer one does something, the better he or she gets...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 6,894 reads 64 comments

  14. Michigan State Basketball: Will Deyonta Davis Be the Next Adreian Payne?

    Adreian Paynes don't grow on trees. They resemble them, but they're not nearly as plentiful. From 2010-11 to 2013-14, the long-limbed, 6'9" 240-pounder developed into an era-great ...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 5,135 reads 6 comments

  15. Michigan State Basketball: Ranking the Spartans with the Most NBA Potential

    The lack of NBA-level stars pouring from Michigan State can be viewed through two lenses: 1. Spartans coach Tom Izzo isn't recruiting enough next-level talent, therefore putting himself out of position to coach future pros...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 4,353 reads 2 comments

  16. Michigan Football: Over, Under Stat Projections for Devin Funchess in 2014

    As a freshman, Devin Funchess showed glimpses of greatness. As a sophomore, he solidified himself as one of the Big Ten’s premier pass-catching threats...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 2,991 reads 10 comments

  17. Michigan Basketball: Ranking the Wolverines with the Most NBA Potential

    Just more than a week ago, Michigan sent three players to the pros via the 2014 NBA draft : Nik Stauskas (No. 8, Sacramento), Mitch McGary (No. 21, Oklahoma City) and Glenn Robinson III (No...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 6,259 reads 9 comments

  18. How Defensive Coaching Shake-Up Will Impact Michigan in 2014

    Michigan's defensive coaching changes weren ’t really of the major variety, but they could be enough to tilt the odds in its favor this fall...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 6,138 reads 31 comments

  19. Michigan Football: Incoming Freshmen Most Likely to Start This Season

    In order for a freshman to start on a college football team, said athlete must be better than "good," he must be exemplary. But you knew that. However, it takes a special breed to truly earn a No...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 11,250 reads 22 comments

  20. Moe Ager and Delvon Roe See Bright NBA Futures for Adreian Payne and Gary Harris

    Michigan State hasn’t had a pair of first-rounders since 2006. However, that’ll probably change Thursday during the 2014 NBA draft in New York, as Adreian Payne and Gary Harris are expected to be taken sooner rather than later...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 8 months ago 1,479 reads 5 comments

  21. Unique Film Brings Together Past and Current Michigan State Basketball Players

    It’s long been said that Hollywood mimics real life. In fact, some of the best movies have been based on actual people, events and experiences...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 9 months ago 2,518 reads 0 comments

  22. Michigan RB Coach Confirms Run Game Will Be 'Very Similar' to Alabama's

    Fred Jackson tells it like it is and follows through—that’s how he’s maintained high positions within Michigan’s coaching staff for 23 years...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 9 months ago 10,867 reads 66 comments

  23. Michigan Basketball: Why U-M Frontcourt Will Be Better Than Expected in 2014-15

    After a promising freshman season, Mitch McGary sat out nearly the entire 2013-14 schedule due to a back injury—and if it weren’t for a dirty drug test , the 6’10” big man would be eligible for 2014-15...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 9 months ago 6,742 reads 24 comments

  24. Greg Mattison Believes 2014 Defense Will Remind Fans of 'Old Michigan' Teams

    Prior to Greg Mattison’s arrival in 2011, Michigan’s defense had been giving up small fortunes each Saturday. However, these days, the coordinator’s men run a more efficient budget (they ’ re stingy)...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 9 months ago 9,556 reads 30 comments

  25. Power Ranking Michigan's 2014 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

    This past week at the Sound Mind Sound Body camp in Detroit, Michigan, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said that 2013 was in the past and that the Wolverines were only focusing on improving during 2014...

    Adam Biggers Written by Adam Biggers about 9 months ago 5,944 reads 77 comments