Amara Darboh Celebrates U.S. Citizenship With One-Handed Circus Catch

Amara Darboh and his family fled the civil war in Sierra Leone when he was two years old, and after four years of moving across West Africa, he was eventually taken in by a family in Iowa. Both of his parents were killed in the fighting, and The Ann Arbor News has the definitive profile on him, which is worth your… »9/26/15 12:51pm9/26/15 12:51pm

Deadspin 25: Michigan Will Suck, Because Even Jim Harbaugh Needs Time To Work A Miracle

Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 16 Michigan. »8/18/15 3:20pm8/18/15 3:20pm

Jim Harbaugh, Colin Cowherd Combine For A Disastrous Interview

Jim Harbaugh called into drive-time ratfuck Colin Cowherd’s radio show this morning for an interview, and it was spectacularly awful. Cowherd was throwing every possible question at the Michigan football coach, and Harbaugh couldn’t generate any semblance of dialogue. Cowherd ended up cutting the interview short,… »7/01/15 12:43pm7/01/15 12:43pm

Hotel Manager Says Frank Clark Threatened To “Hit You Like I Hit Her”

Hotel manager Stephanie Burkhardt says Seahawks rookie Frank Clark threatened her following an incident in which the former Michigan star defensive end is accused of punching his then-girlfriend. Burkhardt told police of Clark’s threat to “hit you like I hit her” during the original police investigation, and repeated… »5/09/15 2:51pm5/09/15 2:51pm

Jim Harbaugh Once Smeared A Player's Blood On His Face Like War Paint

With the University of Michigan all but begging Jim Harbaugh to be their next coach, the stories about Harbaugh's maniacal competitiveness are coming fast and heavy. For instance, last week we learned about Harbaugh hunting down a 10-year-old kid while playing laser tag. But this latest story, from the University of… »12/23/14 8:20pm12/23/14 8:20pm

Double Plane Crash Survivor Austin Hatch Scores First College Point

On June 15, 2011, Austin Hatch signed a commitment to play college basketball at Michigan. Just a nine days later he was involved in a plane crash that killed his pilot father and stepmother, and resulted in him being put into a medically induced coma. This was eight years after he and his father survived a plane… »11/10/14 10:51pm11/10/14 10:51pm