Michigan Newsstand - June 23

target="_blank"> 2011 Michigan football moments to remember: Two for the road and a mutually beneficial decision
Nick Baumgardner •
There's little debating the Michigan football team's two most important wins of 2011.
target="_blank">Maize & Blue News Now
Maize & Blue News Now interviews Mike Bottom and Sam Mikulak to preview the swimming and gymnastics U.S. Olympic Trials and chats with football players during picture day at Schembechler Hall.
target="_blank"> Paint the Big House? U-M athletic director David Brandon announces $200M construction agenda
Kellie Woodhouse •
If you see some men taking a paintbrush to Michigan Stadium sometime in February, don't be alarmed. They're professionals."
target="_blank"> Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson in New York City for Mets game, more
Brian Manzullo • The Detroit Free Press
Looks like Denard Robinson made a stop in the Big Apple today.
target="_blank">Miami Heat title a win for Michigan's Juwan Howard, Fab Five 'family'
Mark Snyder • The Detroit Free Press News Services
Two decades after the Fab Five assembled as a transcendent freshman college basketball class at Michigan, they finally had a major championship to celebrate.
target="_blank"> Michigan's Trey Burke spending more time with elite point guards at Deron Williams' skills camp
Nick Baumgardner •
After spending time earlier this month with Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, Burke will get more high-level tutelage this weekend as part of Brooklyn Net point guard Deron Williams' Skills Academy."
target="_blank">ITF Extra: U-M basketball team camp notes
Andy Reid and Kevin Minor •
The Michigan basketball team kicked off its team camp Friday morning with a day full of games between high school teams from the Midwest.
target="_blank"> New team enters the race for Treadwell
Josh Helmholdt •
Earlier this month the 6-foot-3, 198-pound Treadwell listed a group of top schools that included Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Oregon. An SEC team has made a move into that group in the last few weeks, however."
target="_blank">Friday notebook: Recruiting thoughts and more
Chris Balas •
Michigan is up to 22 football commitments, with room for only a few more - and we're not even to July. All eyes are on wide receiver Laquon Treadwell of Crete (Ill.) Monee, who loves U-M but continues to add teams to his list. What to make of that? Plus, news on Michigan basketball targets and pledges, and more.
target="_blank">Jacob Trouba selected by Jets, Thomas Wilson by Caps in Round 1 of NHL draft
George Sipple • The Detroit Free Press
Defenseman Jacob Trouba (Rochester) of the Ann Arbor-based U.S. National Team Development Program was selected ninth overall by the Winnipeg Jets, and Plymouth Whalers forward Thomas Wilson went 16th overall to the Washington Capitals at the Consol Energy Center.
target="_blank"> List of swimmers with Ann Arbor-area ties expected to compete at U.S Olympic Trials
Kyle Meinke •
A list of swimmers with Ann Arbor-area ties competing in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials beginning Monday in Omaha, Neb. Listed below each name is their seeds in the events they will participate."
target="_blank"> Mike Bottom brings international flavor to Ann Arbor as Olympics near
Kyle Meinke •
Mike Bottom was a swimming coach at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, and returned a deep portfolio of athletes for the 2000 Games in Sydney.
target="_blank"> Jury convicts Jerry Sandusky news services •
Jerry Sandusky was convicted Friday of sexually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years, a swift and emphatic end to a case that shattered Penn State's image and brought down Hall of Fame football coach Joe Paterno."
target="_blank">Jerry Sandusky, Penn State's shame
Howard Bryant •
Over the coming weeks, much energy will be devoted to the attempted closure of the Penn State scandal."
target="_blank"> Consensus reached on playoff
Adam Rittenberg •
The BCS commissioners and Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick have endorsed a seeded four-team playoff model for college football that would begin for the 2014 season.