Michigan still has its goals of winning a Big Ten title, and it was steadfast following the loss to Utah. But before a trophy returns to Ann Arbor, there has to be a change at starting quarterback. It’s time for Morris, not Gardner, to lead the offense onto the field.
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What a week for University of Michigan-Dearborn athletics. And what a lineup of UM-Dearborn Player of the Week candidates for the Michigan Journal’s fourth issue.
By The Michigan Journal Sports Staff
Sports Editor Ricky Lindsay and Staff Reporter Erick Lehman preview Michigan’s matchup against Utah on Sept. 20. The Wolverines enter the game as a 7-point favorite at home.
Michigan and Utah have met two previous times, with the last matchup coming in 2008. Utah stunned the Big House crowd with a 25-23 win.
If the University of Michigan-Dearborn volleyball team was nervous about facing No. 8, Madonna University, you couldn’t tell.
When the wheels of Michigan’s offense were close to falling off, Derrick Green carried the unit with his pair.
Jake Butt surprised many with an incredibly speedy recovery after tearing his ACL in February.
UM-Dearborn’s Office for Student Engagement hosted its annual Organization and Department Fair on Tuesday, September 9, on the University Center Patio.
With establishing an Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) to serve as a local governing body for National Interfraternity Conference fraternity chapters and the addition of a new Latino-based fraternity, Alpha Psi Lambda, major changes are coming to UM-Dearborn’s Greek Life this fall. The IFC will minister as a foundation for teamwork and collaboration between the six fraternities on campus, while the creation of the new fraternity will bolster an even more diverse Greek Life membership and environment.
Student-run organizations from all of UM-Dearborn gathered at the North Fairlane Center for the Student Organization Leaders in Development (SOLID) seminar on Saturday, September 13.
Joshua Evan Levine, a graduate of the University of Michigan and former student manager of the football team, died this past summer from a deadly mix of alcohol and Adderall. He was 22.