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Spike Albrecht undergoes hip surgery, to be out 4-to-5 months

John Beilein announced Wednesday that junior guard Spike Albrecht has undergone right hip surgery, and the recovery will require four-to-five months of rehabilitation. Albrecht may consider a similar procedure on his left hip later in the offseason. “There is no player tougher than Spike Albrecht,” Beilein said. “He proved that this season playing through injury and continual pain in both hips. He never used it as an excuse and I will always admire him for that. We have some of the world’s best doctors at the University of Michigan and we are confident he will only get better following this

Report: Conference title game restrictions to be relaxed by 2016

CBSSports.com is reporting that football conference title games will be deregulated in 2016. And, that’s OK. NCAA rules say a league must have at least 12 schools, and teams must play every other team in their division, if a conference wants to play a title game. The ACC, Big Ten, SEC and Pac 12 all have such a configuration, with two division winners meeting for the title. The Big 12 is the lone “major” league that lacks a conference title game, as it has only 10 schools. Now, the Big 12 and ACC want to change the rules—for different reasons,

Video: Michigan's Jim Harbaugh's spring football postgame press conference

Michigan was the first Big Ten football team to hold a spring football this year, and new head football coach Jim Harbaugh talked to reporters after the game. Watch the whole session in the video in this post. And here’s the link to next week’s spring football games on BTN & BTN2Go. See more photos and videos from the event via the links below:  

Dienhart: 'This was an appetizer for a success-starved Michigan fan base'

Beauty is in the eye of beholder. On one hand, Michigan’s spring game was difficult to watch. But, it still was a beautiful afternoon for Wolverines fans that got to see Jim Harbaugh roam the Michigan Stadium turf for the first time in decades.

Gallery: Get all of the best shots from Michigan's spring game

The Big Ten’s first spring game is in the books, and it was the Blue Team topping the Maize Team, 7-0, in Michigan’s annual event Saturday afternoon at Michigan Stadium. Watch video highlights and interviews here! Get our favorite USA Today Sports photos from the spring game below: