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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
When the Michigan men’s basketball team was desperate, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman was there to save it.
After shooting 3-for-3 for nine points against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament during his first substantive minutes since December, Wagner has seen the floor more often, and for good reason.
Michigan escaped with a 67-62 victory, advancing to a first-round matchup with No. 6 seed Notre Dame in Brooklyn on Friday.
Before he left for Dayton, Manuel’s first week was characterized by what he called a “listening tour,” in which he dropped in unexpectedly on some staffers and sat down in a more formal setting with others.
In an impressive effort to allow the Wolverines to use their Dayton hotel’s ballroom for a walk-through, Michigan’s student managers went above and beyond to tape out the features of a full court.
The Daily’s hoops beat makes predictions for the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
The Golden Hurricane will run out four seniors in their starting lineup and have five more on the bench.
Duncan Robinson’s game-tying 3-pointer in regulation Thursday and Zak Irvin’s game-winning jumper in overtime set the stage for Chatman.
That Wagner has experience playing against basketball’s elite might explain why he seemed entirely unfazed last Friday, as he checked in for the biggest minutes of his career.
Robinson, a transfer from Division III Williams College, will get a taste of the Big Dance: the Division I NCAA Tournament.