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Michigan Men's Basketball

Dawkins and Abdur-Rahkman fill void in Michigan victory

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“I just thought that the urgency of Michigan on both ends of the floor was greater than our urgency on either side of the floor,” said Nebraska coach Tim Miles.

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Men's Basketball

Behind Enemy Lines: Nebraska coach Tim Miles

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Nebraska was picked to finish fourth in the Big Ten at the beginning of the season by the media. Last year, the Cornhuskers were picked 12th out of 12 teams in the preseason conference predictions.

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Injury-plagued Wolverines search for scoring against surging Cornhuskers

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

After losing an overtime stinger to then-No. 6 Wisconsin on Saturday, the Wolverines will try to avoid an untimely hangover when Nebraska visits Crisler Center on Tuesday.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: A test on the state of Michigan athletics

James Coller/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

With so much going on around the world of Michigan sports, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of everything. So here’s a test on the state of Michigan athletics to begin the year 2015, to see how well you can keep up with the changes.

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Lev Facher: The best of both Beileins on display Saturday

James Coller/Daily

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

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

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

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

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