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Michigan falls to Michigan State, 77-70, in a major blow to its Big Ten regular season title hopes. The Daily basketball beat breaks it all down, and looks forward to the stretch run of the regular season.


Michigan catcher Joe Donovan had five RBI against The Citadel in two games, and also had standout defensive performances.

It was just one of many things that went right for the 17th-ranked Wolverines (6-0) as they swept the Bulldogs (2-4) this weekend, winning 2-0 on Friday, 9-1 on Saturday and 6-3 on Sunday. After this weekend, Michigan is one of seven teams in the top 25 that is still undefeated two weeks into the season.

Declan Mitchell in Michigan football gear.

If you went there looking for Declan Mitchell, he would be the one dressed head-to-toe in sports attire, as he always is: jersey, socks, the whole works. Sometimes it’s Michigan gear. Sometimes it’s a LeBron James day. Sometimes it’s the Indiana Pacers.

A neighbor described him as a creature of habit. He watches sports habitually. He plays basketball habitually. He wears jerseys habitually.

These things make him tick. More importantly, they allow him to live as normally as he can.

Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

Michigan's softball and baseball seasons are getting underway. We preview their seasons with Daily writers covering the teams.

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The Wolverines took their second loss of the season in convincing fashion, and it leaves us with questions about whether or not Michigan's depth could prohibit it from reaching its season goals. Also, Max turned 21.

Junior Jade Harrison finished first in the 400-meter race, topping teammate Chloe Foster by just .26 seconds.

The men’s and women’s track and field teams came away with quite a few victories along with some disappointing performances at this weekend's Power Five Invitational.

Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

Michigan basketball rolls along after a slight hitch in the giddy-up, and hockey probably needed more than its split against Penn State to feel good about their postseason hopes. All that and an update on Rutgers BACKsketball.

Michigan coach James Henry's women's track and field team placed second and third place in the

As Bailey Baker stepped into the ring for her last throw at the Wolverine Invitational this past Saturday, the Michigan women's track and field team held the fourth and fifth-place spots in the women’s weight throw event. Just a few minutes later, the Wolverines had not only claimed the second and third places, respectively, but also broke the school record — not once but twice.

Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

The Daily recaps the weekend that was in Michigan sports, including a chat with Anna Marcus, the Daily writer who broke the Ronda Faehn hiring, and Laney Byler. Then, Theo Mackie and Jacob Shames join to talk about Jon Teske maybe being a monstar.

The Michigan athletics department fired Rhona Faehn just days after she joined the staff.

The University of Michigan Athletics Department announced Sunday night it was ending its “consulting relationship” between Rhonda Faehn and the Michigan women’s gymnastics team.