Michigan's JJ McCarthy Opens Up About QB Battle

It's going to be one of the hottest stories heading into the 2022 season as far as Michigan football fans are concerned: Cade or JJ?. The current leader in the clubhouse is senior QB Cade McNamara, who enters 2022 Spring practice fresh off of a win over Ohio State, a Big Ten Championship and a trip to the College Football Playoff. Given all that Michigan accomplished in 2021 with McNamara behind center, you wouldn't expect much of a quarterback debate under normal circumstances - but these certainly aren't normal circumstances.
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Michigan Sends MSU Back To East Lansing With An 'L'

Michigan picked up a much-needed and much-wanted win over Michigan State earlier tonight as we continue to march toward Selection Sunday. The Wolverines won the game 87-70 and grabbed a solid quad-1 win in the process. Here's what stood out in Michigan's win over the Spartans. 1. Three-point shooting. Michigan...

U-M Players Open Up About Mental Health

In the midst of our 40-minute interview with a trio of Michigan Football players, the discussion shifted from the football field to mental health. Recently, a group of U-M players teamed up with Soho Youth Club and Valiant on a project called 'Sack the Stigma' - a campaign aimed to destigmatize mental health, particularly among students and student-athletes.

Michigan and Ohio State, JJ McCarthy's Quote, Our Interview, U-M Hoops

A quote from Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy from our exclusive sit down interview has made the rounds and it made it all the way down to Columbus. Apparently the football folks at Ohio State saw McCarthy's quote and decided to make it into a decoration at the Woody Hayes Athletic Complex. We talk about that, the interview itself and what we learned from McCarthy, Andrel Anthony and Donovan Edwards.

U-M Trio Discuss Harbaugh's NFL Interest

While fans and media spent the better part of January on edge following Jim Harbaugh's every move, the mood inside of Schembechler Hall was quite different - at least as far as the players are concerned. In our 40-minute exclusive interview with Andrel Anthony, JJ McCarthy and Donovan Edwards, the...

For McCarthy, Hutchinson's Businesslike Approach Made The Biggest Impact

Following a brutal year in 2020 that led to a season-ending injury and a 2-4 record, Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson had a big decision to make: return to Michigan or declare for the NFL. Without a win over Ohio State or a Big Ten Championship to his name, Hutchinson ultimately decided to return to Ann Arbor for his senior year - setting the stage for one of U-M's most successful seasons in program history.

Illinois Too Much For Michigan

Michigan is now 15-12 overall and just 9-8 in the Big Ten after falling to Illinois today, 93-85. The eight-point loss on its home court felt like the end of Michigan's tournament hopes. 1. Hunter Dickinson outmatched. Dickinson wasn't bad on the day — he scored 13 points, grabbed 11...

McCarthy On OSU: 'All We Know Is Beating Ohio State'

During our recent 40-minute exclusive interview with Andrel Anthony, JJ McCarthy and Donovan Edwards, the topic of Ohio State eventually took center stage. After a decade-long drought to the Buckeyes, the Wolverines finally got over the hump in 2021. Reflecting on the convincing 42-27 win in the Big House, sophomore...

Denard Robinson Is Officially Back In Ann Arbor

"Denard in the gun; he's going to run the ball to the right. He finds a little seam, 20, 25 — there he goes! 30, 35, 40, he's at midfield! And they'll never catch him! Denard Robinson — shoelaces flapping in the wind — goes all the way to the end zone, 87 yards! Touchdown, Michigan!"

Michigan Gets It Done On Phil Martelli's Watch

Michigan defeated Rutgers 71-62 with Phil Martelli standing in has head coach while Juwan Howard serves a five-game suspension. It's a nice resumé boosting win for the Wolverines as they try to pile up as many victories as possible down the home stretch. Here's what stood out in the win over the Scarlet Knights.

Everything Phil Martelli Said In Wake Of Juwan Howard Suspension

Phil Martelli is what some would call an "OG" as a basketball lifer. He has more than 25 years of head coaching experience so he'll be fine over the course of these last five games. He's also fine behind a microphone, as he himself stated, and gave a ton of great information about the Juwan Howard situation at Wisconsin, what he'll do moving forward, how he'll handle these five games and what he expects from this team. If you already like Martelli, you'll love him after watching the video below.

U-M, Howard Release Statement Following Suspension

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- In response to today's (Monday, Feb. 21) release of the Big Ten Conference's findings and subsequent disciplinary decisions for the University of Michigan men's basketball team, U-M's Donald R. Shepherd Director of Athletics and U-M's David and Meredith Kaplan men's basketball coach have released the following statements.

Juwan Howard Loses Cool In Madison

It was an ugly scene in Madison today and I'm not talking about Michigan's shooting performance. Michigan was down big late against Wisconsin when Badgers head coach Greg Gard called a timeout. Juwan Howard took exception, told his players to foul and put one of the Badgers on the free throw line. The game ended and all hell broke loose.

Michigan Falls In Madison

The game was tied at halftime, but Wisconsin just leaned on Michigan as U-M's offense stalled and pulled away during the second half and ended up winning pretty easily, 77-63. Michigan now has just five regular season games left to try and bolster its resumé. Here's what stuck out...