DE prospect Aeneas Dicosmo calls Michigan ‘favorite school;’ Rich Eisen hates Wolverines’ tourney placement
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Wolverines recruit Aeneas Dicosmo calls Michigan ‘favorite school’
Three-star 2019 defensive end Aeneas Dicosmo visited the University of Michigan last weekend, and he left Ann Arbor impressed. The New Jersey native has recently met with Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Boston College in addition to Michigan.
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Rich Eisen hates Michigan’s NCAA Tournament placement
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen tweeted that the Wolverines’ placement in the NCAA Tournament is a “total load of crap.” Eisen didn’t like that Michigan went 2-0 against Michigan State this season and had a comfortable win over the Boilermakers in the Big Ten Tournament final, and yet Michigan State and Purdue will start in Detroit while the Wolverines play in Wichita, Kan.
Michigan needs QB improvement in 2018
Paul Myerberg of USA Today Sports breaks down what to expect from the Big Ten this season. Myerberg sees Wisconsin and Ohio State meeting in the league title and says that Michigan’s best chance of improving on its 8-5 record in 2017 depends on improved quarterback play.
Fans should be excited for Wolverines’ path
Land of 10’s Sean Keeler explains why Michigan fans who wanted a 2 seed in Detroit and got a 3 seed in Wichita should actually be excited. Keeler loves Michigan’s path in the NCAA Tournament, even if the Wolverines’ first stop isn’t the best.
Charles Woodson to give Michigan commencement address
Former Michigan football legend and Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson will deliver the spring commencement address for the Ann Arbor campus on April 28 at Michigan Stadium. The legendary defensive back recently was announced as part of the 2018 College Football Hall of Fame class.
Michigan women’s basketball to face Northern Colorado Friday
— Michigan Women’s Basketball (@umichwbball) March 12, 2018
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