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Michigan Men's Basketball

MEN'S BASKETBALL

Freshman phenom Sullinger makes his mark as a Buckeye

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

Don’t let his number fool you. He may wear No. 0, but freshman Jared Sullinger is anything but nil for the undefeated Ohio State men’s basketball team. The 6-foot-9 forward has quickly made a name for himself, not only on the Buckeye roster, but nationally.

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Broadcaster and Michigan fan Gus Johnson brings his voice to Ann Arbor

BY BEN ESTES

A word of advice to anybody with a weak heart: don’t tune in to the Big Ten Network on Wednesday night. That’s because the channel is broadcasting the Michigan-Ohio State men’s basketball game, and play-by-play man Gus Johnson could give even the healthiest viewer a coronary.

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Wolverines prepare for rematch with Buckeyes after buzzer-beater finish

Chris Ryba/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

Michigan men’s basketball sophomore guard Darius Morris seems to have totally forgotten about the Wolverines' buzzer-beater loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten tournament last season. When asked if last year’s 69-68 season-ending defeat to the then fifth-ranked Buckeyes motivated any sort of revenge for Wednesday’s rematch against Ohio State at Crisler Arena, Morris was nonchalant.

• VIDEO: Michigan Daily men's basketball beat talks No. 2 Ohio State

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Beilein's 1-3-1 zone scheme works effectively against Jayhawks

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BY LUKE PASCH

On Sunday afternoon, there was a definitive reason that Beilein’s team — one of four in Division-I without a single fourth-year player — pushed No. 3 Kansas to the brink in a 67-60 overtime loss.

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On men's basketball: Wolverines need to use Kansas loss as springboard

BY BEN ESTES

Zack Novak was finally spent. The junior guard fouled out with seven seconds remaining in overtime Sunday evening against No. 3 Kansas. Time hadn't expired yet, but the game was over. The Jayhawks had a five-point lead.

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Morris playing too patiently against top defenses

BY LUKE PASCH

The first half of Sunday afternoon’s men’s basketball game against No. 3 Kansas, Michigan point guard Darius Morris would look for his options from the top of the key. He’d swing the ball to his wing men, and they’d pass it back. He’d drive to the high post, hesitate and back it out to the perimeter.

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Notebook: Ann Arbor gets excited for basketball

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

Yesterday, there was the familiar sight of a man bicycling down Hoover Street with a sign around his neck reading, “I need tickets.” For the first time all season, Ann Arbor felt alive for Michigan men’s basketball when the Wolverines faced off against No. 3 Kansas on Sunday.

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Kansas spoils Wolverines' upset hopes in overtime

BY ZAK PYZIK

After missing four 3-pointers and giving the ball away four times, there were few options left for Michigan men’s basketball guard Darius Morris in the Wolverines 67-60 loss against No. 3 Kansas at Crisler Arena.

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Kansas spoils Michigan's upset hopes in overtime

Chris Ryba/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

Michigan men’s basketball guard Darius Morris hit the biggest jumper of his career so far, sinking a shot that pushed Michigan into overtime against No. 3 Kansas on Sunday. But even with the momentum that the Wolverines carried over from the end of the second half, they couldn’t keep up with the Jayhawks scoring — falling 67-60 to Kansas at Crisler Arena.

• COMMENTARY: Wolverines need to use Kansas loss as springboard

• NOTEBOOK: Ann Arbor gets excited for basketball

• VIDEO: Men's basketball Kansas post-game press conferences

• LIVE BLOG RECAP: No. 3 Kansas beats Michigan, 67-60

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Notebook: Beilein appreciates opportunity in Kansas game

BY BEN ESTES

Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein often said before the season that his inexperienced players may look great in practice but it meant nothing until they played “under the lights” in an actual game.
Come Sunday, the “lights” will brighter than at any other point the season.

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