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Published 5 hours ago
UM going back to Nike, signs 11-year contract
ANN ARBOR — After seven years as an adidas school, the University of Michigan will return to its Nike roots.

Updated 23 hours ago
UM chooses Nike to outfit sports teams
ANN ARBOR -- The University of Michigan has chosen Nike to outfit its athletic programs.

7/6/2015 1:18 PM
Syracuse leads nation in men's basketball attendance
INDIANAPOLIS — Syracuse is the attendance leader in men’s basketball, edging Kentucky for the second straight year.

7/4/2015 12:00 AM
St. John’s senior Rattay chooses Navy
For Sean Rattay, his immediate future after graduation from St. John’s Jesuit next May boiled down to staying home, venturing to another Mid-American Conference school, or opting for a branch of the military.

7/1/2015 1:05 AM
Poor health of Karam pushes back sentencing
DETROIT — The conclusion to the University of Toledo point-shaving case is on hold due to health concerns with the final defendant.

6/30/2015 5:27 PM
Toledo point-shaving case on hold
DETROIT — The conclusion to the University of Toledo point-shaving case is on hold due to health concerns with the final defendant.

6/30/2015 12:10 AM
Michigan not done adding to star recruiting class
ANN ARBOR — When it comes to shaping its next recruiting class, don’t anticipate the Michigan football team to put its efforts on hold.

6/29/2015 2:18 PM
Akron football drew worst attendance in NCAA
AKRON — Among all 125 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision teams, the University of Akron had the worst home attendance this past season.

6/29/2015 1:47 PM
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan to coach 1 more season
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan plans to retire after next season, looking to pass the torch after molding the Badgers into a national power during his 14 seasons in Madison.

6/29/2015 11:01 AM
UT to begin sports production program
As part of the Mid-American Conference's 13-year agreement with ESPN, the University of Toledo announced plans to begin a sports production program today.




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