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Michigan Men's Basketball

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Big men brave the cold shooting, carry Michigan in second half

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Redshirt sophomore forward Jordan Morgan won the opening tip-off. And then everything fell apart — for both him and his partner in the post, sophomore forward Evan Smotrycz.

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Michigan basketball topples Bradley at home

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY LUKE PASCH

In the holiday spirit, the Michigan men's basketball team delivered a present to the home court crowd on Thursday night. The Wolverines topped Bradley, 77-66, and finished off their non-conference slate with a perfect 7-0 record on home court.

ANALYSIS: Big men brave cold shooting, carry Michigan

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Michigan tips off against Bradley Thursday, Beilein to host son

BY LUKE PASCH

Many University students and professors are using the holiday hiatus from schoolwork to catch up with family and old friends.

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Notebook: Brundidge gets minutes, Smotrycz rolls

BY LUKE PASCH

Eleven games into the Michigan’s basketball season, freshman point guard Trey Burke has lived up to expectations.

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Smotrycz's double-double leads Michigan to easy win

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The Wolverines (9-2) pushed the ball, beat Alabama A&M (2-4) down the floor and ran them out of the gym in an 87-57 win at Crisler Arena.

• NOTEBOOK: Brundidge gets minutes, Smotrycz rolls

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Notebook: Wolverines prepare for Alabama A&M, Hardaway Jr. healthy

BY BEN ESTES

Once again, the Michigan basketball team is set to take on an opponent that doesn’t realistically present much of a challenge.

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Notebook: Vogrich breaks out of slump, Horford avoiding a broken foot

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Until Tuesday night, junior guard Matt Vogrich was a shooter who was having a lot of trouble shooting.
He had opportunities, but in 95 minutes of action prior to the Arkansas Pine-Bluff game, Vogrich had connected on only one 3-point basket, good for an 8.3 percent mark from long range.
So what’s a shooter to do when he can’t find the bottom of the net?

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Men's basketball topples Lions despite second-half slip

BY BEN ESTES

Nobody expected No. 20 Michigan to drop a home game to lowly Arkansas-Pine Bluff, a team that allows an average of 16 more points than it scores. And the Wolverines did not disappoint, exploding for a 19-0 run in the first half against the Lions, leading by as many as 25 points en route to a 63-50 victory at Crisler Arena.

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Michigan looks ahead to final stretch before conference season

Todd Needle/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

On Saturday, the No. 18 Michigan men’s basketball team escaped from the Palace at Auburn Hills with a 90-80 win over Oakland. It also escaped from the rigorous portion of its non-conference schedule.

• VIDEO: Off the Dribble: Saturday's silly soundbites

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Michigan struggles to play 'Michigan basketball' in win over Oakland

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY LUKE PASCH

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Midway through the second half of the Michigan basketball team's matchup with Oakland on Saturday afternoon, freshman point guard Trey Burke reached in on an Oakland ballhandler and picked up his third foul of the contest.

• COVER: Michigan pulls away late for 90-80 win over Oakland

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