Michigan Newsstand -- May 26

Brandon: Published picture does not represent Michigan uniform
The Detroit News • The Detroit News
Michigan's football team will not wear a uniform against Notre Dame this season that resembles the uniform that was in published reports last week.
Varsity Lacrosse Announced
Varsity lacrosse announced.
U-M gets high marks in ESPN's 'Summer Stock' series
The Detroit News • The Detroit News
Michigan is one of 21 teams ESPN is featuring in its "Summer Stock" series - teams creating the most buzz coming out of spring football practice.
Catching Up With … former Michigan tight end Jerame Tuman
Michael Rothstein •
Jerame Tuman played in two Super Bowls, won one with the Pittsburgh Steelers and married a Team USA national volleyball player who happened to be the sister of his college quarterback, Scott Dreisbach.
Greg Mattison No. 96 on list of 100 most influential people in college football Staff •
Greg Mattison hasn't coached a down of college football since 2007, but the Michigan football team's new defensive coordinator is part of's list of the 100 most influential players, coaches and administrators in the sport.
Former Wolverine Jalen Rose pleads guilty to DUI charge
Detroit News staff and wire reports • The Detroit News
Ex-University of Michigan and NBA player Jalen Rose pleaded guilty Wednesday to operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
Michigan to play home-and-home games with Iowa State
Michael Rothstein •
The Michigan basketball team has been searching for a major conference opponent to bring into Crisler Arena next season.
Brandon announces addition fo men's and women's lacrosse to varsity lineup
Stephen J. Nesbitt • The Michigan Daily
Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon announced the addition of men's and women's lacrosse as the newest varsity sports at a press conference Wednesday.
Paul was key factor in program's rise to varsity status
Tim Rohan • The Michigan Daily
Cherie Hrusovsky took a seat at a table near the back of the room with a smile on her face.
Adding lacrosse is a good, bold move for the athletic department
Michael Rothstein •
Go back 30 years for a second.
Why Alabama, not Oklahoma, should be preseason No. 1
Stewart Mandel •
The confetti from Auburn's BCS championship victory over Oregon had yet to be cleared when the nation's college football prognosticators (including's own Andy Staples) universally tapped Oklahoma as the preseason favorite for 2011.
Divide might be coming, but which leagues will conquer?
Tony Barnhart •
A lot of people in Division I-A (FBS) football sat up and took notice last week when Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany and SEC commissioner Mike Slive raised the possibility of expanding athletic scholarships to include "the full cost of attendance."
Army, Navy might hold key to Big East football expansion
Brett McMurphy •
The Big East is now officially on the clock.
It's time to help the scholarship athlete
Gene Wojciechowski •
In the immortal word of Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers: "Really?"
Ohio St.'s Ray Small says he sold rings
Associated Press •
Former Ohio State wide receiver Ray Small told the school's student newspaper that he sold Big Ten championship rings and other memorabilia for cash and got special car deals as an athlete during his playing days.
USC's NCAA appeal denied
Joe Schad •
USC has been notified by the NCAA infractions appeals committee that all penalties and findings against the athletic department have been upheld.
Reports: WVU coach booted from casino
Brian Bennett •
West Virginia offensive coordinator and head-coach-in-waiting Dana Holgorsen was escorted out of a casino last week after 3 a.m., according to multiple media reports.
Accused tree poisoner pleads not guilty
Associated Press •
The man accused of poisoning the trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner has pleaded not guilty and waived Thursday's preliminary hearing.