Zavier Simpson has the pedigree. Now his game might be rounding into form. What if the answer to the season’s preeminent question is just that simple?
This iteration of the Michigan men’s basketball team heads into a game against UCLA with about as little clarity in its rotation as any team in the Big Ten.
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.
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.
After a tournament that saw ups and downs, Michigan will head home with a 2-1 record and plenty of interesting storylines to monitor:
The time has come for Beilein to, effectively, say goodbye to the preseason, and “aloha” to quality opposition.
Senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman led the team in minutes with 36, shots with 15 and points with 17, guiding the Wolverines to a 72-65 win over Central Michigan.
Assistant coach Saddi Washington equated this year's team to a pot of gumbo. The ingredients are in the pot. Beilein is still the chef. Now let’s see if this gumbo will sizzle.