NEW YORK CITY, NY — Moritz Wagner stood with his arms in the air, facing the crowd behind the Michigan bench as the clock ran down.
John Beilein walked over smiling. The two embraced as the rest of the Wolverines mobbed them.
In its matchup with Purdue, Michigan has the chance to win the Big Ten Tournament Championship against the only Big Ten team it hasn't beaten.
Despite its less impressive roster, Michigan beat Michigan State for the third-straight time on Saturday.
Michigan forward Moritz Wagner has formed a special bond with coach John Beilein.
Michigan answered the call on Saturday, and now it has a chance to repeat as Big Ten Tournament Champions.
Michigan coach John Beilein wants his team to be like "the meanest pitbull (they've) ever seen."
The Daily looked at each of Michigan's six blocks, ranking the top three in terms of looks, significance and celebrations
Michigan talked about its trash talking after Friday's game.
NEW YORK CITY, NY— With Isaiah Roby bustling to close out, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rakhman stared down the hoop from the right corner, flicked his wrist and hit nothing but net.
Michigan takes on Nebraska today, a team that beat the Wolverines by 20 in January.