University of Michigan

N.C.A.A. Tournament Peek: Gonzaga Remains the Favorite, but the Blue Bloods are Back

The N.F.L. and college football have crowned their champions, with the Los Angeles Rams and the University of Georgia winning titles. The Winter Olympics are in the rearview mirror. And the start of the Major League Baseball season is in flux because of a lockout. But the men’s college basketball season is just heating up, […]

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Juwan Howard Slaps Rival Coach After Michigan-Wisconsin Game

After Wisconsin routed his team, 77-63, Sunday afternoon, Michigan Coach Juwan Howard slapped Joe Krabbenhoft, a Wisconsin assistant coach, in the head during the postgame handshake line, precipitating a scrum between the two teams. Howard, the former Miami Heat assistant coach and a member of Michigan’s famed Fab Five recruiting class in the early 1990s, […]

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University of Michigan Fires Its President Over Inappropriate Relationship

The president of the University of Michigan, Mark S. Schlissel, has been fired for having a relationship with a subordinate that the university’s Board of Regents said violated university policy and was carried out “in a manner inconsistent with the dignity and reputation of the university.” The board terminated Dr. Schlissel’s employment effective immediately after […]

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Renewed Georgia Pummels Michigan to Reach the National Title Game

On Georgia’s second drive, Bennett completed three passes before a successful handoff to Kenny McIntosh, a junior tailback. McIntosh ran a bit, mostly toward the sideline, before he lifted his right arm and lofted a pass toward the end zone. Mitchell caught the 18-yard throw on the maize-stained “A” in Michigan’s block lettering in the […]

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With Exasperation, College Football Is Just Trying to Get Through the Playoff

In this malleable, ebb-and-flow pandemic world, there may be one certainty gleaned from the last nearly two years of living with the coronavirus: that here and there may not look very much alike. When New York City was all sirens, silence and grim isolation during the first wave of the pandemic, it was easy for […]

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Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati Make College Football Playoff

Kirby Smart, Georgia’s coach, signaled Sunday that he remained supportive of Stetson Bennett IV, who was 29 for 48 with two interceptions against Alabama. “Obviously, we have to play better in a lot of areas, but to put any part of that blame, or all of that blame, on Stetson, there’s a lot more to […]

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Michigan Upsets Ohio State, Forcing Buckeyes from Playoff Race

Shaw delivered the ball to his own 22, a far finer place than Ohio State had started from when it last had possession. The Buckeyes began another northward march, toward Michigan’s student section and its band and almost too many maize-shaded pompoms to fathom, much less count. For eight plays, they diced up the Michigan […]

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Inflation Surged Again in October, With P.C.E. Index Climbing 5 Percent

A key measure of inflation showed consumer prices rising at the fastest pace in three decades, as energy prices and demand for goods and services soared, posing a challenge to both the White House and the Federal Reserve. Prices climbed by 5 percent in the 12 months through October, according to Personal Consumption Expenditures price […]

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