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Michigan Men's Basketball

Size mismatch leads to problems all over the floor for Wolverines

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Behind a rotation that featured two 6-foot-9 players in forwards Aaron White and Jarrod Uthoff to go with Adam Woodbury and 6-foot-10 center Gabriel Olaseni, the Hawkeyes used their size advantage on both ends to suffocate Michigan at Crisler Center on Tuesday.

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Wolverines beaten and bruised in loss to Iowa

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Michigan’s cold shooting and inability to solve Iowa’s 2-3 zone proved too much in a 72-54 loss.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Iowa coach Fran McCaffery

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BY LEV FACHER

The Daily sat down with Iowa coach Fran McCaffery in October at Big Ten Media Day in Chicago.

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Wolverines trying to bounce back in home tilt against Iowa

BY JAKE LOURIM

In their last game Sunday at Michigan State, the Wolverines were outscored 16-8 and lost in overtime, 76-66. Now, they’re back at home, but they’ll face another formidable test on the fast break.

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Life after basketball still leaves room for fun for McConnell

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Since he left the team, McConnell has had time to enjoy some of the elements of campus life he didn’t have time to before. While he was already focusing hard on his studies — McConnel was a recipient of the U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award in 2013-14 — he has also been able to spend some time rounding out his social life and honing his entrepreneurial skills.

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Breaking down the Big Ten's NCAA Tournament chances

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BY JAKE LOURIM

As February begins and the clock starts ticking with under six weeks until Selection Sunday, Michigan’s NCAA Tournament chances will start to move to the forefront.

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Jake Lourim: Everything but the finish

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Michigan was clearly outmatched physically against a team known for playing tough. But the Wolverines out-toughed them, beating them at their own game for the better part of 40 minutes.

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Abdur-Rahkman's career day not enough for Michigan in 76-66 overtime loss at MSU

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BY LEV FACHER

EAST LANSING — Last year, it was Derrick Walton Jr., then a freshman, who rose to the occasion for the Michigan men’s basketball team at Breslin Center, leading the Wolverines to an 80-75 victory on January 25, 2014.

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Michigan heads up north for in-state rivalry game

BY JAKE LOURIM

Still ailing from a midseason spell of injuries, the Wolverines face an uphill battle getting John Beilein back to 7-7 in the series.

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Michigan's lone senior, "Moose" takes added leadership responsibilities in stride

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BY LEV FACHER

Known as “Moose” to his coaches and teammates, the 6-foot-7 senior is enjoying a late-career surge.

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