The last 10 NFL drafts haven’t been fruitful for Maryland, as the program has had just 17 picks. Do the math. That’s not even an average of two selections a year. And the the Terrapins have had just one first-round selection.
It was fun while it lasted. But, No. 3 Michigan’s dream of winning the Big Ten’s first national title since 1999-2000 ended with a thud in a 79-62 loss to No. 1 Villanova on Monday night.
Tom Dienhart talked to an NBA scout who is in San Antonio for the Final Four and asked him to break down the Michigan-Villanova championship game ahead of tipoff.
Does Michigan have a chance? The path to the title game has been paved in velvet for the Wolverines, who have had to beat Nos. 14, 8, 7, 9 and 11 seeds. Now, a monster No. 1 seed looms in Villanova, as Michigan tries to win the Big Ten's first national title since Michigan State cut down the nets in 1999-2000.
Ding-dong, Cinderella is dead. The magical ride of No. 11 Loyola is over, while the fun journey for No. 3 Michigan continues after the Wolverines’ 69-57 victory on Saturday in the Final Four in San Antonio. Get Tom Dienhart's best from the national semifinal win inside.
Michigan sits on the precipice of winning the national title. How special would that be? The Wolverines have won it all just one time, back in 1988-89. But the program has been in the Final Four seven times prior to this season. Here’s a look at Michigan’s other Final Four teams.
Come along back to 1989. It was 29 years ago. George Bush was president, cell phones were the stuff of Star Trek and the Internet was a dream. They were simpler times. Fast-forward to today, and Michigan could be cutting down the nets for the second time in program history.
Michigan is headed to the Final Four for the second time in six seasons. See how former Michigan players reacted to their team advancing to the Final Four below.
Michigan and Purdue are two wins away from the Final Four. Before entertaining thoughts of a trip to San Antonio, though, the Big Ten tourney champs and the conference's highest-seeded team have interesting Sweet 16 matchups.
Michigan’s Moe Wagner and Purdue’s Carsen Edwards are two of the best players left in the Sweet 16. Edwards was consensus first-team All-Big Ten and earned some All-American honors. Wager was consensus second-team All-Big Ten. But thus far in the Big Dance, neither has been at the top of his game.