Time is running out on Michigan and its seniors

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For the third year in a row, a trip to NCAA Tournament is questionable for the Michigan Wolverines.  On Feb. 23rd, 2014, Nik Stauskas exploded in the second half, tallying 25 points to lead Michigan to its first season series sweep of Michigan State since 2011. It was the Wolverines’ sixth win in the last eight tries against the Spartans. During that stretch, Michigan booked a trip to […]

Michigan Dominates Indiana in Must-Win Game

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In a rematch of last year’s Big Ten Tournament thriller, Indiana came to the Crisler Center looking for the same result that Michigan was seeking: a win to help their post-season chances Michigan got out to a big start and never had to look back, as they dominated the Hoosiers from start to finish tonight. The Wolverines topped Indiana 90-60 in an effort that may have […]

Michigan allows late run, loses to Wisconsin on the road

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After looking solid for most of the contest, Michigan fell short at Wisconsin, losing by a final score of 68-64. Michigan collected a much needed win against Nebraska this past weekend, but couldn’t secure the big upset in the Kohl Center tonight. A win over the 17th ranked Wisconsin Badgers would have surely boosted their NCAA tournament resume. It was another good effort with no reward […]

Hot Takes from Michigan’s Comeback Victory Against Penn State

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After dropping the first conference game of the season on the road to Iowa in overtime, the Wolverines had to comeback from a 14 point second half deficit to defeat Penn State by a final score of 72-69. Quick dishes from Michigan’s Victory: Cold Start Michigan came out of the gates sluggish in this game and had a tough time finding any offensive consistency. The […]

Michigan Basketball Aims to Wrap Up Non-Conference Play on a High Note

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It’s still early, but Michigan Basketball has a few things to figure out before the Wolverines reach conference play after the turn of the new year. The squad sits unranked at 7-2, but have a big opportunity to knock off No. 2 UCLA on the road this weekend. The Wolverines looked great early in the season, earning dominating wins over Marquette and SMU, before dropping […]