Brady Hoke is set to begin his fourth spring in Ann Arbor. And, make no mistake about it: There is a sense of urgency.
Michigan fans loved what they saw in Sunday’s rivalry win over Michigan State. The same goes for the players, especially walk-on Andrew Dakich. After Caris LeVert hit a 3-pointer with 8:01 left in the second half, CBS cameras caught Dakich celebrating and doing an interesting dance. It was classic. See the video in this post.
As the Big Ten hoops season comes down the final stretch, the play of several freshmen could make-or-break a team’s NCAA Tournament chances. Be it on the offensive or defensive end on the court, there are plenty of Big Ten freshmen who have made their presence felt.
First, a recap of the weekend’s games. But jump to the end for our take on the Big Ten’s best defensive players so far this season. Or as I’ve come to know it—Our Annual Solicitation of Hate Mail from Buckeye Fans.
On Monday, the 12 Big Ten men’s basketball coaches joined the Big Ten teleconference to take questions from the media. We’ve posted the audio for each coach on the call here, and will do so every Monday throughout the basketball season.
That was a fun day of Big Ten hoops, wasn’t it? No. 20 Michigan dropped No. 13 Michigan State to move into sole possession of first place and Nebraska stayed hot by dropping Purdue. Catch up on all the action and watch highlights in this post.