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Michigan Men's Basketball

Michigan hangs on over Tennessee, advances to Elite Eight

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Morgan drew an offensive foul on Tennessee superstar Jarnell Stokes with six seconds left, allowing the Wolverines to hang on.

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NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament

LIVE BLOG: Michigan beats Tennessee 73-71

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BY MICHIGAN MEN'S BASKETBALL BEAT

Live coverage from the Sweet Sixteen at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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Outsized again, Michigan preps for Tennessee

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

After losing to Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament two weeks ago, Michigan (27-8) is back in the Hoosier state — this time with a trip to the Final Four on the line.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Behind the Scenes of the Sweet Sixteen

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BY TERESA MATHEW

The Michigan men's basketball team at their open practice in Lucas Oil Stadium on Thursday afternoon. In a day, the Wolverines will face off against Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament's Sweet Sixteen.

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On guards: Clashing backcourt styles headline matchup with Tennessee

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The 11th-seeded Volunteers, meanwhile, work the ball from the inside out. The guards — Antonio Barton, Jordan McRae and Josh Richardson — don’t generate the offense like Michigan’s guards do.

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Know your foe: Getting to know Tennessee

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Fans of the Michigan men’s basketball team aren’t that unfamiliar with Tennessee, the Wolverines’ Sweet 16 opponent. In a first-round NCAA Tournament game just three years ago, Michigan dismantled the Volunteers, 75-45.

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Inside the huddle: The timeout that boosted Robinson and Michigan to victory

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“Coach Beilein set the tone in the timeout of staying in the moment,” said assistant coach Bacari Alexander. “We got ball movement, player movement. And eventually, we took command of the game late.”

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SportsMonday Column: The new normal in Ann Arbor

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BY EVERETT COOK

The answer is because this is the new normal in Ann Arbor: a basketball team that contends on a national stage every year, run by a coach, John Beilein, who thrives in situations where he is expected to fail.

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Morgan answers questions in shutdown of Ridley

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

A smug Morgan was grinning smugly while answering questions not only about how he shut down Ridley to the tune of six points on 2-of-5 shooting, but also about his 15 points and 10 rebounds — both season highs.

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Neal Rothschild: The time John Beilein sang ‘The Victors’

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

In the moments after Beilein’s 700th career win, they made him sing “The Victors” — no easy feat given that Beilein’s the guy to elect the singer each game.

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