LINCOLN – The Michigan men’s basketball team ended its game against the Cornhuskers with the Nebraska crowd chanting the name of the Wolverine’s best player. They were mocking junior forward Moritz Wagner.
With a self-assured mindset and rock-solid play, the sophomore goaltender has taken hold of the starting position.
While Patterson is already the most highly-anticipated quarterback of the Jim Harbaugh era, his ability to play next season remains up in the air.
That’s Tim Miles: Brash, candid, unfazed. His personality attracts him to media and fans, even if it alone does little to help Nebraska win basketball games.
In Michigan’s conquest at Minnesota last weekend, junior forward Brendan Warren was the link holding the chain together.
Senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman and senior guard Katelynn Flaherty each reached respective milestones over the weekend.
Free throws can be an anticlimactic way of hitting a milestone.
Led by Moritz Wagner's career-high 27 points, Michigan earned a signature victory on the road.
On Saturday,MIchigan defeated No. 9 Minnesota, 3-1, putting finality on its most impressive weekend of the season.