For Robinson, routine leads to rhythm. So when Rutgers comes to town next Wednesday, don’t expect the sharpshooter to change his pregame activities.
Michigan appeared lucky to be playing a Big Ten bottom-dweller as it struggled in all aspects of the game.
If the Michigan men’s basketball team’s upset of then-No. 3 Maryland was a pretty performance — just the right mix of 3-point bombs, high-energy defense and timely shooting — Wednesday’s win over Minnesota at Crisler Center was downright ugly.
This week, as Michigan looks ahead, it can breathe a small sigh of relief. The menu for the next 10 days includes a helping of the Big Ten’s bottom feeders.
With Caris LeVert still sidelined with a lower left leg injury, the Michigan men’s basketball team searched hard for a winning combination against No. 16 Iowa on Sunday.
The Wolverines and Hawkeyes provided plenty of drama in Iowa's 82-71 win.
The Hawkeyes have benefited heavily from having the most experienced lineup in the conference, made up of four seniors and a junior.
Even without LeVert, the Wolverines proved they could hang out with the big kids — quite literally at times.
In the four games since conference play has started, Donnal’s combined 57 points are more than he had the entire first half of the season.
“I think everybody knows, once I see one go in, I feel like every one can go in,” Irvin said after Michigan upset Maryland on Tuesday.