Michigan lost 79-62 in an anti-climactic ending to a season that was anything but.
Michigan has gotten to this point in the season thanks to lessons learned from its losses.
Down seven at halftime, Jordan Poole showed leadership and optimism to convince Michigan it could get back into the game.
Michigan's roster doesn't have the makings to be a true Goliath, and Loyola is too talented to be a true David.
The Daily broke down game tape from Loyola-Chicago’s Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight wins over Nevada and Kansas State, respectively, to evaluate the non-religious challenges the Ramblers may present ahead of Michigan’s Final Four clash.
Duncan Robinson and Isaiah Livers have developed a close relationship despite competing for the same spot.
Jordan Poole's miracle shot at the buzzer sends Michigan to the Sweet Sixteen with a 64-63 win.
Michigan and Houston have very little time to prepare for each other's strengths.
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.