Once again, Michigan wins a game with its defense — this time in the NCAA Tournament.
The pain of last year's loss doesn't motivate Moritz Wagner. He came back to school because he loves college basketball.
The Daily reached out to the Montana Kaimin, the University of Montana’s student newspaper, to get the lowdown on the Grizzlies.
After a week-long respite following its Big Ten Tournament championship, the Michigan men’s basketball team finally has its NCAA Tournament path.
Asked about where he thinks Michigan deserves to be seeded, fifth-year senior forward Duncan Robinson instead summoned a different sport — with a much smaller ball — for comparison.
Big Ten Champion hats perched on their heads, music blaring, a group of Michigan players trot off the confetti-littered podium, toward the locker room, singing “Empire State of Mind” by Jay-Z at the top of their lungs.
Zavier Simpson isn't just a vastly improved basketball player, he's the alpha dog running the show.
Moritz Wagner avenged his first game against Nebraska with Friday's performance.
NEW YORK CITY, NY. — There was nothing normal about it.
Not all three captains notching two fouls early in the first half.
Not senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman and junior center Moritz Wagner both fouling out.
“I called Muhammad over and said, ‘You’re doing a D-Walt impersonation at just the right time.’ ”