What started as a game solely dominated by North Carolina State quickly descended into a back-and-forth contest.
The Wolverines’ supposedly cushy travel arrangements backfired in a big way on Saturday as they flew back from the Battle 4 Atlantis, resulting in an 11-hour delay.
The Wolverines’ bigs — a motley crew of Ricky Doyle, Moritz Wagner, D.J. Wilson and Mark Donnal — are “trying to learn to play hard and smart,” John Beilein said.
For a handful of Michigan fans, Thanksgiving turkey was served with a side of college hoops this year.
Texas’ late-game charge created some pressure, but the four-man plan at center was surprisingly effective on Friday, and has been throughout the season.
In a matter of 48 hours, the Michigan men’s basketball team went from a team that couldn’t make a shot to one that barely missed.
It’s no secret: Caris LeVert is Michigan’s biggest threat on offense.
Wagner came into his own during the Wolverines’ 102-47 win over Charlotte on Thursday, scoring 19 points in just 16 minutes and helping Michigan to a 102-47 win.
PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas — After knocking down a 3-pointer early in the first half, Zak Irvin pounded his chest twice, yelled at his teammates and ran back on defense.
The season is just four games old, but it’s somehow crunch time for the Michigan men’s basketball team.