Michigan Newsstand - Jan. 30

target="_blank"> Ohio State outmuscles Michigan basketball team in second half for 64-49 victory
Nick Baumgardner •
No. 4 Ohio State battered 20th-ranked Michigan inside throughout the final 20 minutes and used a 14-2 second-half run to pull away from the Wolverines, 64-49, at Value City Arena.
target="_blank"> Wolverines Blast Rival Michigan State on Senior Day
Highlights of the Wolverines' 26-9 victory over the Spartans.
target="_blank">Tom Brady realizes target's on his chest
Art Stapleton • The Boston Herald
There's no question Brady does not need a history lesson to vividly recall what transpired the last time these two teams faced off for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
target="_blank"> Making do without Michigan's Jon Horford is tall order
Mark Snyder • The Detroit Free Press
Michigan's lack of frontcourt depth was never more apparent than against the Buckeyes."
target="_blank"> Trey Burke sees hard time back home
Rod Beard •The Detroit News
Burke said this week that he might be nervous playing against former high school teammate Jared Sullinger for the first time, but said his jitters were gone pretty quickly - especially after he was booed when he touched the ball for the first time."
target="_blank"> Beilein refers to Buckeyes as 'Ohio'
Michigan coach John Beilein picked up where Brady Hoke left off after football season, making two references to the Buckeyes as "Ohio" after Sunday's game.
target="_blank"> Football recruiting: On Reeves to OSU, Kozan to Iowa and more
Chris Balas •
A tough few days for Michigan football recruiting with four-star OG Joshua Garnett of Puyallup, Wash. picking Stanford over U-M, four-star cornerback Armani Reeves of West Roxbury (Mass.) choosing Ohio State over the Wolverines and Castle Rock (Colo.) Valor Christian four-star OG opting for Iowa over U-M and Auburn."
target="_blank"> War-time orphan to big-time football: Michigan recruit Amara Darboh survives to become Freetown's Finest
Kyle Meinke •
Amara Darboh will sign a letter of intent Wednesday to play receiver for the Michigan football team. It also happens to be his birthday, marking 18 years since he was born into carnage."
target="_blank"> Reeves makes the call
Mark Givler •
Fans of both Ohio State and Michigan have been eagerly anticipating the decision of West Roxbury (Mass.) Catholic Memorial defensive back Armani Reeves. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound four-star prospect hosted both programs for in-home visits earlier this week, before shutting things down and spending some time with his family to mull over his decision. On Sunday night, Reeves made that decision as he called coaches from both programs to give them the news.
target="_blank">U-M overpowers MSU, 26-9, on special day for Wolverine seniors
Tom Lang • The Detroit Free Press
Three Michigan seniors earned victories in their final matches at Cliff Keen Arena -- No. 18 Zac Stevens earned a 17-7 major decision over Terry Turner at 133 pounds; defending national champ Kellen Russell defeated true freshman Brian Gibbs, 10-0 at 141; and Michigan high school state record-holder (260-0 career) and No. 5-ranked Justin Zeerip beat No. 11 Curran Jacobs, 7-1 at 174.
target="_blank">Kyle Prater heading to Northwestern
Scott Powers •
Former Proviso West standout and USC wide receiver Kyle Prater has decided to return home for college."
target="_blank"> No. 17 Indiana bounces back to drop Iowa
The Associated Press •
Freshman Cody Zeller scored a season-high 26 points to help the No. 17 Hoosiers defeat Iowa 103-89 on Sunday night."
target="_blank"> UConn Huskies fall to Notre Dame
Dom Amore • The Hartford Courant
The UConn men's basketball had a week to regroup after its loss at Tennessee, and the Huskies got Ryan Boatright back, after he was cleared by the NCAA. None of that made much difference on Sunday. The Huskies' mid-season struggles continued with a 50-48 loss to Notre Dame at the XL Center.