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University of Michigan Parts Ways with Men’s Basketball Coach, Juwan Howard, Following Comprehensive Program Review

Juwan Howard, former Fab Five member and Michigan’s men’s basketball coach for the past five years, has been released from his position, announced the University of Michigan’s Donald R. Shepherd Director of Athletics, Warde Manuel, on Friday. The decision follows a comprehensive review of the program undertaken by the Michigan athletics department.

Manuel expressed his gratitude to Howard for his contributions to the team over the years but acknowledged that the program did not meet expectations. “Juwan will not return as our men’s basketball coach,” stated Manuel. Known as a Wolverines legend and part of the famed Fab Five, Howard’s departure marks a new low following an initially promising start to his tenure.

This announcement underscores a leadership change in men’s basketball at the University of Michigan, ending Howard’s time in Ann Arbor, a tenure marked by highs and lows. The university on Friday communicated their decision to part ways with Howard, opting for a different direction for their men’s basketball program.


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