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  • U of M MEN'S BASKETBALL 2016-2017

    Last edited by lineygoblue; June 30th, 2016, 10:03 AM.

  • #2
    We already have a Mens Basketball thread where we could have changed the title ...

    But, I'll leave this here anyway ..
    I put my phone on "airplane" mode, and now its in a holding pattern over Atlanta

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    • #3
      I just unstuck the old one, so that can fall to the bottom and use for later reference to find people's old dumb posts, to ridicule them with.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by The Oracle View Post
        I just unstuck the old one, so that can fall to the bottom and use for later reference to find people's old dumb posts, to ridicule them with.
        Crap!
        Year Steve Yzerman entered the NHL - 1983
        It wasn't until 14 years later that he got that trophy.

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        • #5
          http://michigan.247sports.com/Bolt/M...edule-46312457

          Home-and-home with Texas starting this year.

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          • #6
            Wrong sport!

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            • #7
              In football, we play them in '24 (away), '27 (home).

              Other notables:

              Florida ('17, in Dallas)
              Notre Dame ('18, away - '19, home)
              Washington & Virginia Tech in '20/'21 H&H
              UCLA ('22 home, '23 away)
              Oklahoma ('25, away, '26 home)

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              • #8
                John Beilein says Jumpman switch exceeded expectations

                Zach Shaw - 20 hours ago 0


                If the celebrations, Tweets and booming apparel sales didn't give it away, Michigan is very pleased with its switch to Nike and Jumpman apparel. And one of the more instrumental components to the switch counts himself among those ecstatic with the change.

                Michigan basketball coach John Beilein, in an interview with "The Huge Show," unpacked the fallout of the apparel switch, noting that — though his team was one of the Wolverines' most successful teams during the Adidas era — he has already seen an impact in recruiting and fan excitement around the program.

                “The launch of the Jumpman went beyond where anybody even expected it to go,” Beilein said. “I think any time that you have something unique like that, it’s helpful. Some kids will really love the Nike gear, the Jordan gear more than others, (but) we just had five guys drafted in the first round in four years, so the Adidas brand was OK too.

                "But this is still something that is so unique, is tremendous, and we anticipate a lot of interest in Michigan. … I think it will help us a great deal."

                Beilein also revealed that he first caught wind of the potential switch to Jumpman apparel on Fourth of July weekend in 2015, before Michigan officially decided on a new apparel provider. Then-Interim Athletic Director Jim Hackett called Beilein to ask for his input, and after some research on the booming apprel industry, the coach fell in love with the idea.

                “Jim Hackett called me and said 'It looks like we could be going to Nike, what do you think about Jumpman and going to Jordan gear?’ And I knew little about it, but not a lot, so I called my assistants and we did our research. I called (North Carolina coach) Roy Williams and (Georgetown coach) John Thompson.

                “I wanted to make sure it was the right thing. Yeah, it looks fashionable and looks great, but is it going to work for us? Are we going to be able to get enough of what we need? And they all said ‘Absolutely.’ ”

                From there, Michigan added women's basketball and football to the list of its teams to be outfitted by Jumpman apparel, and the gear debuted August 1 as a staggering success.

                Beilein said that football has gotten the bulk of the gear so far since its season is first, but noted that Jumpman apparel is already thriving with the basketball team as well.

                "We love it, it’s terrific our kids are comfortable," Beilein said. "I think it’s a tremendous addition to what is already a great brand here at Michigan."

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                • #9
                  Full schedule out. Early prediction running through it quickly, I got 22-9, assuming Armstrong State is an exhibition.

                  Fri., Nov. 4 vs. Armstrong State

                  Fri., Nov. 11 vs. Howard

                  Sun., Nov. 13 vs. IUPUI

                  Thu., Nov. 17 vs. Marquette New York, N.Y. 9:30 p.m., ESPN2

                  Fri., Nov. 18 Pittsburgh or SMU New York, N.Y. 4:30 or 6:30 p.m.

                  Wed., Nov. 23 at South Carolina

                  Sat., Nov. 26 vs. Mount St. Mary's

                  Wed., Nov. 30 vs. Virginia Tech (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) 7:00 p.m., ESPN2

                  Sat., Dec. 3 vs. Kennesaw State

                  Tue., Dec. 6 vs. Texas

                  Sat., Dec. 10 at UCLA

                  Tue., Dec. 13 vs.Central Arkansas, 9:00 p.m., BIG TEN NETWORK

                  Sat., Dec. 17 vs.Maryland Eastern Shore, 3:00 p.m., BIG TEN NETWORK

                  Thu., Dec. 22 vs.Furman Furman Crisler Center 7:00 p.m., BIG TEN NETWORK

                  Sun., Jan. 1 at Iowa

                  Wed., Jan. 4 vs.Penn State

                  Sat., Jan. 7 vs.Maryland

                  Wed., Jan. 11 at Illinois

                  Sat., Jan. 14 vs. Nebraska

                  Tue., Jan. 17 at Wisconsin

                  Sat., Jan. 21 vs. Illinois

                  Thu., Jan. 26 vs.Indiana

                  Sun., Jan. 29 at Michigan State

                  Sat., Feb. 4 vs. Ohio State

                  Tue., Feb. 7 vs. Michigan State

                  Sun., Feb. 12 at Indiana

                  Thu., Feb. 16 vs. Wisconsin

                  Sun., Feb. 19 at Minnesota

                  Wed., Feb. 22 at Rutgers

                  Sat., Feb. 25 vs. Purdue

                  Wed., Mar. 1 at Northwestern

                  Sun., Mar. 5 at Nebraska

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                  • #10
                    Whoa - 1/16 to 2/17. It's almost all packed into that. Should be a pretty easy finish though, so hopefully they're trending up by early March after taking some lickings.

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, hoping for 4-4 during that brutal stretch. 5 of 8 are at home.

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                      • #12
                        First pass by I got them at (24-7, 13-5)
                        2012 Detroit Lions Draft: 1) Cordy Glenn G , 2) Brandon Taylor S, 3) Sean Spence olb, 4) Joe Adams WR/KR, 5) Matt McCants OT, 7a) B.J. Coleman QB 7b) Kewshan Martin WR

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                        • #13
                          They play MSU twice in a 8 day stretch.
                          I put my phone on "airplane" mode, and now its in a holding pattern over Atlanta

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Whitley View Post
                            First pass by I got them at (24-7, 13-5)
                            That would be damned impressive.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by *JD* View Post
                              That would be damned impressive.

                              Split against the big three (Wisky, Indy and MSU) and beat Illini and OSU at home that gets you to 5-3 in that stand. Beyond that Maryland is probably a loss and there is another loss in there as well. Add in a split at the Madison Square event along with one more (Texas?, Va Tech?, UCLA?) loss. That would be a very good season (prolly top 5 seed heading into B1G tourney?), but I don't think it is an unreachable one.
                              2012 Detroit Lions Draft: 1) Cordy Glenn G , 2) Brandon Taylor S, 3) Sean Spence olb, 4) Joe Adams WR/KR, 5) Matt McCants OT, 7a) B.J. Coleman QB 7b) Kewshan Martin WR

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