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An 8th grader is set to carry his little brother 40 miles from his hometown to the University of Michigan to help raise awareness for CP.
ESPN's <a href="http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/75778/big-ten-thoughts-from-the-road">Jason King</a> recently gave the Big 10 <a href="http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/75778/big-ten-thoughts-from-the-road">a gushing review</a> stating: "Coaches every season say there are no easy games in conference play, but in this year’s Big Ten, it’s actually true.
Thanks to the biggest hit we've seen this year, Jadeveon Clowney's 2013 Heisman campaign began early.
With his now-patented baseball bat in hand, Jalen Rose sat down with Bill Simmons again for another entertaining perspective clip.
You don’t have to be a praying man to believe that what goes around comes around.
Recently, researchers at the University of Michigan took a break from listening to Bob Seger and decided to glance up into the night sky.
You know how people sometimes comment that something is "useless without pictures".
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/04/7-stories-which-deserve-their-own-espn-30-for-30"> The problem with myself and the game of basketball is that I peaked too early. During the little league days, my career averages centered around nine points, three rebounds and two assists a game. I was doing things an eight or nine year old just wasn't supposed to do on a basketball court. ESPN even projected me going #1 in the 2004 draft - in 1994. Some referred to Young Tins (yep, I just went third person) as a one man version of the "Fab 5" because of the cultural ramifications his game (and again) brought the landscape of basketball in Virginia. This is the exact reason the critically acclaimed <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/30-for-30-films">30 For 30</a> series took the lead to depict the entire story; how it came to be and why the reign of terror ended so abruptly.
Khalil Najafi and Tzeno Galchev at the University of Michigan have created a new Parametric Frequency Increased Generator (PFIG), which measures only one cubic centimeter and produces an electric charge when stressed.