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SportsMonday Column: The new normal in Ann Arbor

Nicholas Williams/Daily

BY EVERETT COOK

The answer is because this is the new normal in Ann Arbor: a basketball team that contends on a national stage every year, run by a coach, John Beilein, who thrives in situations where he is expected to fail.

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Morgan answers questions in shutdown of Ridley

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

A smug Morgan was grinning smugly while answering questions not only about how he shut down Ridley to the tune of six points on 2-of-5 shooting, but also about his 15 points and 10 rebounds — both season highs.

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Neal Rothschild: The time John Beilein sang ‘The Victors’

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

In the moments after Beilein’s 700th career win, they made him sing “The Victors” — no easy feat given that Beilein’s the guy to elect the singer each game.

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Men’s Basketball

Michigan downs Texas, advances to Sweet 16

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Texas cut the deficit in the second half, but it was too little, too late, and Michigan advanced to the Sweet 16 after a 79-65, win.

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Michigan frontcourt prepares for Texas, mismatch down low

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

When the final horn sounded, it was the Longhorns celebrating thanks to a layup at the buzzer from center Cameron Ridley and advancing to a Round of 32 meeting with the Wolverines on Saturday.

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Walton, McGary face former opposition against Texas

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

For Walker, though, the game against Michigan — a program that only recruited him late in his senior year — has little added significance.

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Men’s Basketball

Friends, Ping Pong and Mario Kart: off-day diversions

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

It’s a business trip, sure. But amidst the practicing and scouting and bathing and lifting and studying, it can’t all be about basketball.

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In the aftermath of victory, limelight shines on assistant coaches

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The assistant coaches were delegated as the scouts for the Wolverines’ game on Saturday — Meyer chosen to study Arizona State, while Jordan was assigned Texas.

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Men’s Basketball

Michigan defeats Wofford, advances to third round of NCAA Tournament

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Regardless of the lethargic pace to begin and encapsulate the first stanza and beginning of the second, the play of the No. 2-seed Wolverines proved good enough for them to gain a 14-point halftime lead and ultimately a 57-40 win in the second round of the NCAA Tournament over No. 15-seed Wofford in its lowest scoring game of the season.

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Michigan looks to maintain edge in NCAA opener vs. Wofford

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

For a team that plays its best when it has a source of motivation — a chip on its shoulder — the matchup against the Terriers seems to fall short of providing that.

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