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Watch Carol Hutchins set NCAA softball's all-time wins record

It was only a matter of time before it happened, and it became reality Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: Read MGoBlue.com’s full game recap ] Longtime Michigan coach Carol Hutchins broke the NCAA softball wins record in an 8-0 run-rule victory at Indiana. The victory marked Hutchins’ 1,458th career win, and it’s one she’ll likely never forget. The Wolverines made sure of that, dominating on the diamond and then celebrating their coach’s achievement following the final out (not the best day for an ice bath) and on the team bus. Watch Hutchins set the record in the video above, and check

#BTNStandout: Michigan's Allison Skaggs nets spinning backhander

Water polo fan or not, one should have no trouble enjoying Allison Skaggs’ highlight goal Saturday. [ MORE: Watch our other favorite #BTNStandout plays ] Skaggs’ spinning backhander with 1:18 left in the second quarter was nothing short of extraordinary. Even better: It tied the score, at 4, and helped Michigan knock off heated rival Indiana, 11-8. Watch the incredible goal in the video above. Advice: Make sure to wait for the replays, because they are must-see stuff. *** [https://twitter.com/MichiganOnBTN/status/716324207177519104]

Dienhart: Four observations from Michigan's spring game

Year Two under Jim Harbaugh gained more momentum with the spring game on Friday. And, excitement continues to grow coming off a 10-win debut for Harbaugh. But questions loom for a Michigan program that is looking for its first Big Ten title since 2004. Here are four observations. 1. It looks like Wilton Speight—yes, Wilton Speight—has emerged as the leader in the quarterback race to replace Jake Rudock. The 6-6 Speight engineered two TD drives to lead his squad to victory in the spring game. The sophomore hit 5-of-6 passes for 46 yards with a scoring toss to star tight

Four Big Ten football teams in Joe Schad's Preseason Top 25

Michigan is set to kick off this year’s Spring Football slate tonight at 6 p.m. ET on BTN (Watch on BTN2Go). [ MORE: Watch Michigan’s Spring Football game on BTN/BTN2Go ] Fans are already looking forward to the 2016 college football season, which means preseason rankings are taking over the internet. The latest set of rankings comes from ESPN”s Joe Schad, who has four Big Ten teams listed in his Preseason Top 25 for 2016. Leading the way is Ohio State, who Schad has pegged at No. 6 on this list. He ranks Michigan at No. 8, with Iowa coming

John Beilein removes transfer restrictions for Doyle, Albrecht

MICHIGAN PRESS RELEASE Statement from University of Michigan men’s head basketball coach John Beilein “After initially granting a transfer release for Ricky (Doyle) and a fifth-year graduate transfer for Spike (Albrecht) consistent with the established norms regarding intraconference transfers, I am now removing all restrictions regarding their recruitment by other universities. “While I have concerns about the current transfer policies as well as potential effects to the landscape of collegiate athletics, we should do what is right for Ricky and Spike as they decide to further their education and basketball careers elsewhere. “Ricky is an exemplary young man and has

NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon visits University of Michigan

NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon spent the day Wednesday at the University of Michigan. Gordon was on campus as part of a partnership announcement between Hendrick Motorsports, Axalta and the school that will bring research and development of coating technology to the university. According to mlive.com, the organizations have a five-year partnership that will allow the students to conduct research on a variety of challenges facing the coating industry, while also providing opportunities for the students to explore the world of professional racing. In case you were wondering, yes, Gordon found Jim Harbaugh on campus. No trip to Ann Arbor, celebrity