As the old saying goes -“you don’t know what you’ve got, until its gone.” Anyone that is remotely associated with Michigan can feel that sentiment hit a lot closer to home now that John Beilein is moving onward to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It leaves quite a hole behind that the Wolverines will not soon forget.
Breaking News for you on this fine Monday Morning- Michigan Basketball head coach John Beilein has agreed to a five-year deal to become the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. To Michigan fans, this is an utter shock, and has people up north thinking, “Can I just hit the reset button on today?”
However, to the Cavs, the reaction is mixed. Allow me, a Michigan Fan, to break this down for you.
The breakdown of the West Region continues with a look at the matchups for this weekend. Trips to the Sweet 16 will be punched for 4 worthy teams who will attempt to knock out their respective opponents. Here’s a prelude of what will take place in the West Round of 32. Continue reading →
The West Region of this year’s NCAA bracket has a lot of intriguing matchups and potential bracket-busting upsets. Gonzaga, with its pure dominance during the regular season, is the favorite to come out of the West. However, the Zags are coming into the tournament limping a bit after being upset by South Region # 11 Saint Mary’s in the WCC Championship.
The New Year’s Six Bowl Extravaganza kicks off with the Peach Bowl in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Florida and Michigan will clash for the third time in as many years. The Wolverines won both previous showdowns by substantial fashion. Now the Gators are strolling in after a 9-3 campaign riding a certain wave of momentum. Meanwhile Michigan enters as the favorite after getting trounced by rival Ohio State.