Losing to Ohio State created a sense of urgency for the Wolverines, and Robinson snapping out of a shooting funk can be the first step to seeing a difference on the scoreboard.
The revolving door that has rested on Beilein’s psyche has revealed both the question marks and the potential for the Wolverines this season.
When it mattered most Monday night, no Michigan player proved capable of stopping the bleeding in time to escape with a win.
The Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) seek to accomplish that same feat nearly a month and a half ahead of that, when they take on Ohio State in their second early-season conference game.
In Michigan’s win over the Hoosiers, Eli Brooks, Jordan Poole and Isaiah Livers combined for 28 of the Wolverines’ 69 points — 19 of which came from Poole — as they continued to showcase aggressiveness atypical of a first-year player.
Behind Jordan Poole's 19 points, Michigan dispatched Indiana, 69-55, on the 50th anniversary of the first basketball game at Crisler Center.
he Daily sat down with Robert Johnson at Big Ten Media Day in October to discuss the transition to the new coaching staff, his outlook on the season ahead and more.
Like North Carolina a few days ago, Michigan got a wake-up call of its own Wednesday night. Now it’s time for a response.
The first of Michigan's two December conference matchups begins Saturday against Indiana, and both teams desperately need a pick-me-up victory.
On a night when the Tar Heels shot 55 percent from the floor, those types of mistakes were common in what amounted to the Wolverines’ worst defensive performance of the year.