It doesn't look like Detroit will be an NCAA tournament host again anytime soon.
The NCAA announced its men's basketball tournament sites through 2013 on Monday and Michigan will host just once - the Palace of Auburn Hills for first/second round games in Auburn Hills.
David Molk is out 4-6 weeks with a broken foot, writes Dave Birkett of AnnArbor.com.
Rich Rodriguez is showing his funnier, joking side as Michigan moves to 3-0, also showing he might be over all of last month's off-field issues, writes Michael Rothstein of AnnArbor.com.
Breaking down the Michigan-Eastern Michigan game.
Most early-enrollee freshmen are playing for Michigan this year.
Devin Gardner praises Tate Forcier, writes Josh Helmholdt of the Detroit Free Press.
The Big Ten is still having perception issues, writes Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch.
Wisconsin running back John Clay might lose his job as a starter, Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Penn State linebacker Sean Lee will miss Saturday's game against Iowa, writes Tricia Lafferty of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
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An altercation outside Good Time Charley's left one person stabbed and one in jail, writes Jacob Smilovitz of the Michigan Daily.
Celebrities who played college football, according to Lost Lettermen.