Michigan Wolverines: Ohio Bobcats


Indiana takes center stage in these week’s Big Ten storylines, but that doesn’t mean other schools aren’t getting involved.

Here’s a look at the week that was and what’s ahead:
Andrew Dowell (Lakewood, Ohio/St. Edward) had the hit heard 'round Ohio during a camp this summer in Columbus.

David Dowell is the flashy wideout with offers that have landed him on the ESPN Junior 300.

No matter how fans look at it, the two brothers for St. Edward are the oars that row the boat for the Eagles.

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Justin Hilliard sees the ball and runs to it. Then he delivers a crushing blow.

That is the consensus on the 2015 Cincinnati St. Xavier linebacker who already holds 20 offers.


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Michigan camp notes: Tuesday 

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The second day of Michigan's summer high school camp was very productive. Not only was there a lot of talent on hand, but a few top prospects earned themselves offers. The focus of the day in Ann Arbor seemed to be on the quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs.

This camp has been a little different than past years, as Michigan's 2013 class is almost full. That means that 2014 prospects have mostly been in the spotlight, with a few 2013 prospects in the mix. QUARTERBACKS:

Michigan's 2013 quarterback commit Shane Morris (Warren, Mich./DeLaSalle) was here for today only, and he showed exactly why he's the No. 4 quarterback in the country. He seemed to be on a different level than some of the participating receivers were used to. As timing is a big key for a quarterback, Morris had some of his passes in the wideouts hands just as they made their turns.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It’s the question and saying that won’t go away.

Ohio may have beaten Michigan in the NCAA tournament. The Athens, Ohio-based school expressed its displeasure with Wolverines coaches and players referring to Ohio State just as ‘Ohio’ -- a battle those two schools have gone through themselves.

Yet when Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs was asked about Ohio State on Tuesday, he referred to the Buckeyes as ‘Ohio.’ When a reporter joked that Kovacs couldn’t say Ohio State, he laughed.

Then responded: “I can’t.”

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3-pointers: Ohio 65, Michigan 60 

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Michigan won a share of a Big Ten championship with a freshman point guard and a team of shooters that had gone through an entire season playing better than expected.

But the past two weeks, all of that caught up with them. Freshman guard Trey Burke played like a freshman. The 3-point shooting that had been there for most of the season went cold.

And like that, the fourth-seeded Wolverines saw their season end in the Round of 64 on Friday evening, losing to No. 13 Ohio, 65-60.

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Michigan basketball coach John Beilein met with the media Tuesday to discuss the fourth-seeded Wolverines’ upcoming game against Ohio in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Here are some of the key points he touched on:

First off, the team leaves for Nashville Wednesday after practice and Beilein said it doesn’t make much difference whether the team plays Thursday or Friday.

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