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Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Walton's late heroics not enough as Wisconsin holds off Michigan in OT

BY JAKE LOURIM

Wisconsin pulled ahead early in overtime and held on for a 69-64 victory Saturday at Crisler Center.

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Men's Basketball

Harbaugh, Hatch headline festive College GameDay in Ann Arbor

BY JAKE LOURIM

Hundreds of students lined up outside the entrance before the doors opened at 9 a.m.

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Michigan falters in final minutes amidst comeback in Iowa

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Michigan had been given a golden opportunity to upset No. 20 Iowa, but the Wolverines’ mishaps caught up to them again, as they had for most of the game, and led to a 76-70 loss.

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Third period scoring barrage leads 'M' to 7-4 win over Wisconsin

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Hyman tied the game midway through the third period — with his trademark backhanded shot over the goalie’s stick side — before junior forward Justin Selman finished off a hat trick in a 7-4 Michigan win. The Wolverines’ have now scored seven goals in six contests this season.

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Men's Basketball

Behind Enemy Lines: Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan

BY MAX BULTMAN

The Michigan Daily sat down with Ryan at Big Ten Media Day in Chicago in October to talk about expectations, Kaminsky, and how his veteran squad defies the one-and-done era.

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Breaking down the nation’s top offense

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BY ZACH SHAW

No team in the country scores as much as the 16th-ranked Wolverines, at 4.15 goals per game.

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Wrestling

Rossi Bruno works toward NCAA pinnacle

BY BEN FIDELMAN

By all accounts, Bruno succeeded at dominating his high school wrestling career. But through three seasons at Michigan, his record is far less illustrious.

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Dawkins, Walton lead shorthanded Michigan past Rutgers

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BY LEV FACHER

In his first career start, Aubrey Dawkins scored 11 points to propel the Wolverines to a 54-50 victory at Rutgers.

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Wolverines win 13th straight season opener

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BY SYED FAHD AHSAN

If Tuesday’s meet is any indication, the Michigan men’s tennis team has a lot to smile about.
In their first meet of the dual-match season, the Wolverines took on Western Michigan. Michigan won, 6-1, to claim its 13th straight season-opening win.

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Men's Tennis

The two fresh faces of Michigan men’s tennis

BY KEVIN SANTO

One impacts the game with a racquet. The other impacts the game with a clipboard. But one thing is clear: Both are changing the Michigan men’s tennis team in their own way.

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Offense continues to roll, Wolverines sweep Wisconsin

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BY ERIN LENNON

Michigan (7-1-0 Big Ten, 15-7-0 overall) completed its second series sweep in conference play with a 6-0 win over the Badgers on Saturday.

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Lev Facher: The best of both Beileins on display Saturday

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BY LEV FACHER

Saturday morning, John Beilein the man was on full display. Saturday night, it was John Beilein the coach’s turn. Neither of them disappointed.

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As health improves for Michigan, Wisconsin comes to town

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Regardless of Walton’s health, Michigan will have to worry about Wisconsin forward Frank Kaminsky, who leads the team in scoring (16.9 points), rebounds (8.2) and assists (2.4).

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Michigan searches for tighter defensive play at Wisconsin

BY JEREMY SUMMITT

Typically, a weekend trip to Madison would be the last place a team could safely shore up defensive concerns, but this year is an outlier. The Badgers (0-3-1, 2-13-3) have had a historically poor season, and this series represents a golden opportunity for the Wolverines to tighten their play in their own zone.

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Trio of big men receives more attention in LeVert's absence

BY JAKE LOURIM

Michigan now needs a scoring presence from its big men, not just decent post defense or rebounding.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Iowa guard Samantha Logic

BY MINH DOAN

The Daily sat down with Logic — who was named to the Wooden Award Midseason Top 20 on Wednesday — in October at Big Ten Media Day to talk about the upcoming season, going professional and her odd choice of sports in high school.

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