Some pictures to make you feel better

    Michigan lost by one point in the Sweet Sixteen to Oregon. A few quick thoughts:

    • Oregon did a great job of keeping Michigan off balance. They switched up their defenses regularly, stepped out past the three-point line to defend Michigan's shooters, and played aggressively.
    • Mo Wagner picked a bad time for a drop-off. He couldn't shoot from outside, and he was ineffective on the inside. It seemed like Oregon's quickness really affected him. He can normally take bigs off the dribble, but Oregon's big guys are athletic 6'7" and 6'9" guys.
    • I guess Derrick Walton was expecting to get fouled on that last possession, but he wasted too much time. He had 9.4 seconds when the ball was inbounded, and all he did was dribble around before pulling up for a fall-away three-pointer. It's the right guy taking the shot, but he ended up having to hurry that last shot more than he should have.

    Oh well. It was fun watching these guys down the stretch. Go Blue!

    If you're feeling sad, there are some beautiful women beyond the jump to make you feel better.

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    In his own words - Ryan Van Bergen

    Last week I spoke to former Michigan defensive lineman Ryan Van Bergen.  Ryan now runs his own gym in Ann Arbor.  In the interview we touch on everything from the difficulties of starting your own company to tacking Braxton Miller for a loss in front of the Michigan student section.  Ryan's passion for Michigan, fitness, and football was obvious throughout the conversation.

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    Deadspin: We got Jim Harbaugh's itemized expenses and they're kind of lame

    Deadspin used the Freedom of Information Act to find some dirt on Jim Harbaugh and came away very disappointed (LINK).

    Hit the jump for some beautiful women. I really like #1.

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    Way Too Early 2017 Depth Chart: March 2017

    Chris Evans (image via 247 Sports)

    Back in August I took a look at how the depth chart might look in 2017 (LINK), and then I updated it in September (LINK), November (LINK), January (LINK), and February (LINK). Of course, things are always fluid, there will be early departures, there will be injuries, etc. But now that we have the 2017 class signed or enrolled early, things are perhaps a little bit clearer.

    Hit the jump for another early look at 2017.

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    MLive: Jim Harbaugh wanted to be a football referee once upon a time, and more notes

    With as heated as Harbaugh gets about referees, it would be interesting to see if he could keep his cool if a coach was getting in his ear as a referee (LINK).

    Hit the jump for some beautiful women, including a Jennifer Lawrence gif.

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    Visitors: March 24-26, 2017

    Ramsey (NJ) Don Bosco Prep DT Tyler Friday (image via Scout)

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    Tyler Friday - DT - Ramsey (NJ) Don Bosco Prep: Friday is a 6'3", 260 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State, among others. He's a 4-star, the #2 defensive tackle, and #39 overall. Michigan has landed the top player in the state of New Jersey three out of the last four years (Drew Singleton in 2017, Rashan Gary in 2016, and Jabrill Peppers in 2014), and they're hoping to do so again. Right now Michigan has 80% of the Crystal Ball picks. He'll be in town on Sunday, March 26.

    Lee Payton - TE - River Rouge (MI) River Rouge: Payton is a 6'3", 220 lb. prospect with offers from Florida, Syracuse, and some MAC programs. He's a 3-star, the #27 tight end, and #707 overall.

    Jeremy Ruckert - TE - Lindenhurst (NY) Lindenhurst: Ruckert is a 6'5", 230 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, and Ohio State, among others. He's a 4-star, the #2 tight end, and #70 overall. He named Michigan to his top five, but 100% of the Crystal Ball choices are in favor of the Buckeyes.

    Hit the jump for a couple more visitors.

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    MLive: Houston police chief says Tom Brady jerseys were found in Mexico

    Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition! Tom Brady's stolen jersey from Super Bowl LI was found in Mexico (LINK).

    The story is that someone posing as a media member yoinked Brady's jersey in the locker room during the aftermath of the Super Bowl. Shame, shame, shame.

    Speaking of shame, hit the jump for some beautiful ladies, including a gif of some impressive gymnastic maneuvering.

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