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Michigan Men's Basketball

Wolverines run away from Utah in Crisler

Duane Burleson/AP

BY LUKE PASCH

With gift-giving season rapidly approaching, the Utah men’s basketball team was feeling generous on Friday night. Utah committed 16 turnovers and Michigan remains undefeated at home in a 75-64 victory.

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Wolverines up against dominant post presence, former Spartan coach in Utah matchup

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

When Utah coach and East Grand Rapids native Jim Boylen comes to Crisler Arena on Friday night, it will be more than just his Runnin’ Utes pride pushing to take down the Michigan men’s basketball team.

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Novak quietly benefitting from position change

BY LUKE PASCH

Zack Novak vividly remembers a specific play from the Michigan men's basketball team's signature victory over Connecticut last season.

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Post players learning on the fly for young 'M' squad

Ariel Bond/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

All five forwards on the Michigan men's basketball team are either freshmen or redshirt freshmen. And anyone familiar with the Wolverines will vouch that youthfulness is the team’s most significant problem. Those post players especially have shown their inexperience.

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Notebook: Michigan takes a lesson from the Cardinals

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

Concordia will probably be the only team all season to arrive in a 15-passenger van driven by one of its players. But that doesn't matter to Michigan coach John Beilein when it comes to looking at what Michigan will get out of its closer-than-it-appears 86-65 victory over the Cardinals Monday night.

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Wolverines struggle to put away Concordia

Jake Fromm/Daily

BY BEN ESTES

The pregame release from Concordia University listed the Michigan men’s basketball team’s record at 6-2, even though the Wolverines had actually won just five games coming into Monday night’s matchup between the two schools.

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Wolverines struggle to put away Concordia

BY BEN ESTES

The pregame release from Concordia University listed the Michigan men’s basketball team’s record at 6-2, even though the Wolverines had only won five games coming into Monday night’s matchup between the two schools.
It appeared, then, that the game was already conceded to Michigan, the Divison-I institution with an enrollment over forty times greater than NAIA Division-II member Concordia.

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Notebook: Amaker embraces return to Ann Arbor

Salam Rida/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker returned Saturday to Crisler Arena for the first time since being fired from the Michigan program in 2007. And when Amaker’s name was announced at the start of the game, he received applause — a classy showing from the fans.

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Michigan welcomes NAIA team Concordia to Crisler

BY BEN ESTES

When the Michigan men’s basketball team squares off with nearby Concordia on Monday night, don’t expect the game to be close. After all, the Cardinals (5-4) are an NAIA program, meaning that with just 774 students, their school is too small to be a part of the NCAA.

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Led by Douglass, 'M' takes down Harvard and former Michigan coach Tommy Amaker

Salam Rida/Daily

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

At some point during the second half of the Michigan men’s basketball team’s 65-62 win over Harvard on Saturday, the “Let’s go blue” chants started to sound more like, “Let’s go Stu.”

• NOTEBOOK: Notebook: Amaker embraces return to Ann Arbor

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