For the first time ever, The Michigan Daily and The Lantern have teamed up to bring our readers more Rivalry Week content than ever before. Now, the issue has finally hit newsstands in Ann Arbor and Columbus.
Senior sports editor Ben Katz talks to the women’s basketball beat about the team’s recent loss to Notre Dame and the death of superfan, Chuck Raab. Next, writer Jared Greenspan joins to discuss the men’s soccer team’s 1-0 win Sunday.
Bell’s block was perhaps the best example of improved blocking from Michigan’s wide receivers over the past month or so. While blocking isn’t nearly as glamorous as catching passes or scoring touchdowns, it’s equally important, and the Wolverines’ receiver room has taken that message to heart.
There are separate repercussions on all sides for all of these games. Michigan football got a highlight in what seemed poised to be a lost season. Michigan hockey fell further back on its heels, then got kicked into the dirt. But this is not a platform to try and mix football and hockey analysis. It’s one to dissect a rivalry, and what it means to the people in it.
In the week leading up to the Michigan-Michigan State football game each year, writers from The Daily and the student newspaper at Michigan State exchange columns. You can find this year’s installment below, starting with The Daily and followed by The State News.
It’s Michigan State week in Ann Arbor, as senior sports editor Ben Katz sits down with the hockey and football beat writers to discuss both teams’ upcoming games against the Spartans. Also (and probably more importantly), we preview the annual Michigan Daily vs.
Two Michigan legislators introduced a bipartisan plan Wednesday afternoon that would sanction current and future college athletes to profit off their name, likeness and image, according to an official news release.
Because the competitions in the fall don’t count towards the team record, or any record for that matter, the tournaments tend to be looked at as a way to see a team’s character and potential, a chance for the team dynamic to set in and an opportunity for players to get more comfortable in their roles.