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  1. Friday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: "What colors are the dress?" and other fan questionsRead the original story

    20 min ago | Maize N Brew

    In this edition, we answer some fan questions and take a look at notable offers that have gone out in the last few days. In this version of our Michigan recruiting roundup, I wanted to open up the mailbag and answer some questions from the fans on a variety of storylines.


  2. Susan J. Demas: Unholy alliance between Democrats and Tea Party forming to defeat road tax planRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | MLive.com

    Gov. Rick Snyder needs Democrats on board for the road-funding initiative to pass on May 5, but he's running into roadblocks. . But the Michigan Democratic Party isn't on board yet, and there's no real grassroots campaign.


  3. Most interesting 2015 recruitments: Mid-AtlanticRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Rivals.com

    The 2015 recruiting cycle came to an end earlier this month, but some of its more interesting storylines still resonate today. Here are the most interesting stories from the Mid-Atlantic.


  4. Michigan Wolverine Football: Jim Harbaugh - The Mechanist Takes Over - Part IIIRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | GMB Wolverine

    This first year of their tenure will be an interesting challenge for Coach Jim Harbaugh and staff. Coach Brady Hoke highlighted teaching, Coach Harbaugh and his staff will also teach and use repetition, but in the true sense of mechanism, the part must work, and in football that becomes interpreted as inserting competition and a demand for technical production to develop parts that can contribute toward the overall success of the machine.


  5. Ask Quinn: Michigan's expectations, Evan Smotrycz vs. Wolverines, old-fashioned recipeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | MLive.com

    Having spent a week behind the closed doors of Crisler Center and the Player Development Center, Michigan will return to action on Saturday at Maryland. The 14th-ranked Terps might not be the friendliest hosts.


  6. CNL Healthcare Properties goes on a buying spreeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Business Journal

    CNL Healthcare Properties on Thursday announced it has bought two medical office buildings in Tennessee and Michigan for a combined $64.61 million.


  7. Maryland pull off amazing flash mob dance routine during game against MichiganRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Savage dodges driving ban for 99mph speeding at on motorway... as lawyer argues he can't use trains or buses 'because people hate him' LIVE: Europa League draw... find out who Everton will face with Inter Milan, Roma and Ajax also in the hat Ronaldo and Co miss out on chance to earn $1m for ONE GAME as clubs veto Europe vs Rest of World clash United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool and Southampton are all fighting it out for the Champions League... and here's 10 games that will decide who finishes in the top four 'Fight or flight.


  8. Michigan lawmakers propose bill to stop Asian carp invasionRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Big News Network.com

    On Thursday morning in Washington, D.C., Michigan lawmakers in the House and Senate introduced legislation intended to protect the Great Lakes from invasive Asian carp. The bill was simultaneously introduced by Senator Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., and Congressman Candice Miller, R-Mich.


  9. Jim Harbaugh, Thomas Wilcher and Mike Weber: What does Ohio...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    It was National Signing Day and Stan Drayton was still riding off the high that came with signing four-star running back Mike Weber of Detroit Cass Tech after an all-night power struggle with Michigan. Drayton didn't hide how hard it was to sign Weber.


  10. Nels Larsen, who organizes Walleyes for Warriors event, is 25th annual Bay County Veteran of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | MLive.com

    Nels Larsen was honored with the 25th annual Bay County Veteran of the Year Award. In 2011 Larsen started the annual Walleyes for Warriors event.


  11. Weekend previews: Softball, track and field, women's tennisRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Texan

    The No. 25 Longhorns , who play five games over three days against Dartmouth, Texas Southern and Lamar, will look to make improvements in both pitching and defense.


  12. Interview: The Michigan Legislature tackles the revenue shortfallRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Michigan Radio

    Each Thursday we talk Michigan politics with Ken Sikkema, former Senate Majority Leader and Senior Policy Fellow at Public Sector Consultants, and Susan Demas, publisher of Inside Michigan Politics.


  13. Bold prediction as to Ohio State quarterback in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    One of the most intriguing questions during this college football offseason is who will Urban Meyer designate as his starting quarterback in 2015? Because of that and also because a friend and avid reader made the request, this article will predict who will start at quarterback for the Buckeyes. Before we do that though, let's take a brief look at the three superstar quarterbacks who are at the center of this quarterback controversy.


  14. Water Reflections: A Traveler Stumbles Upon Dry LandRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Triple Pundit

    As a native Michigander, I grew up around one of the largest freshwater systems in the world, the Great Lakes - not to mention the countless inland lakes, ponds, rivers and streams that were carved into Michigan's landscape by retreating glaciers thousands of years ago . Surrounded by so much fresh water, the words "drought," "water famine" and "water scarcity" didn't seem too imminent a threat to me, as I usually applied them to arid landscapes in the western United States or deserts elsewhere in the world.


  15. Michigan Football: Predictions for Spring PracticeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    Jim Harbaugh is known for brutal honesty, whether tweaking opposing coaches or his own players. Fans and media have diligently waited for Harbaugh to unload on rivals Ohio State and Michigan State or perhaps take a shot at former collegiate and NFL rival Pete Carroll for falling short of the Super Bowl.


  16. Before the Big Ten Tournament, Michigan travels to Illinois for one last regular-season gameRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Michigan Daily Online

    After an emphatic 81-50 win Tuesday over Purdue on Senior Night, the Michigan women's basketball team celebrated the accomplishments of senior forwards Nicole Elmblad and Cyesha Goree and senior guard Shannon Smith. As students travel to their Spring Break destinations, the Wolverines will hit the road Saturday to travel to Champaign to take on Illinois in their final game of the regular season.


  17. Michigan falls to Dartmouth as season reaches halfway pointRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Michigan Daily Online

    The Michigan men's tennis team looked relaxed before Thursday night's game against Dartmouth. Players were seen playing catch with a football, and for a moment, all seemed right for the Wolverines, who were heading into play riding a two-game winning streak.


  18. Ontonagon looks to provide jobs, recreational opportunitiesRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Daily Globe

    Instead of Ontonagon being at the end of the trail, village manager Joe Erickson wants it to be a place to start vacations and obtain jobs. The village and its council are taking a two-pronged approach to realizing that goal.


  19. Wolverines return to Tempe, the site of last year's Regional finalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Michigan Daily Online

    Lindsay Montemarano could only watch, nervously, as her team's fate hung in the balance. She turned from her spot at third base as the ball rose into the Arizona sky thinking, "She's gonna catch this ball."


  20. Baseball gears up for tilt with SienaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Michigan Daily Online

    Carrying a three-game losing streak, the Michigan baseball team begins its Spring Break by heading to Port St. Lucie, Florida for a four-game series against Siena. All three losses for the Wolverines came during a weekend in Savannah, Georgia, in which they played two games each against Davidson and Tennessee Tech.