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Michigan Men's Basketball

Robinson a hero in West Lafayette, again

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

The Robinsons are a Purdue family — one of them just happened to escape to Michigan.

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Men’s Basketball

Buzzer-beating leaner by Robinson gives Michigan win in thriller

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BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The sophomore forward caught an over-the-head pass from across the court in the corner, chiseled his way toward the rim and put up a leaner off the glass as time expired.

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Daniel Wasserman: Expand the Maize Rage

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

The Maize Rage, the Michigan men’s basketball student section, is at best No. 7 in the conference. But while the Athletic Department likes to deflect blame, this one can’t be pinned on the students.

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Three keys to victory for Michigan at Purdue

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BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Michigan heads to Purdue on Wednesday needing to avoid a letdown to maintain its stronghold on the Big Ten.

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Identifying Spartan fatigue aids in comeback win

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“I could see a couple of their players bending over,” said sophomore guard Glenn Robinson III. “I told our guys this is what we train for.”

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SportsMonday Column: Loud coach, quiet coach

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BY ZACH HELFAND

For Michigan, another game against Michigan State has ended in a win. That, for Beilein and Izzo, has been the new normal.

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Trio of sophomores carry Michigan past Spartans

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Michigan has been waiting to see the sophomore trio — each capable of single-handedly taking over a game — do so together. On Sunday, when the three shared, shot and scored in ensemble fashion, the result was a 79-70 win over Michigan State.

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Neal Rothschild: Four games left, but...

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BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

Over the span of seven minutes in the second half, Michigan flipped a 48-43 deficit into a 64-52 lead. It was a run Michigan State couldn’t withstand and one that has Michigan sitting pretty for its first outright Big Ten championship since 1985-86.

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Wolverines knock off Spartans for sole possession of Big Ten lead

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BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

The Wolverines’ 79-70 win gives them control of their own destiny in the race for Big Ten supremacy in what could be the program’s first outright Big Ten championship since 1985-86.

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Spartans come to town with sole possession of first in Big Ten on the line

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

With solo possession of first place in Big Ten and a potential season sweep on the line for Michigan, the in-state rivalry means even more than usual with the regular season coming a close.

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