ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan men's basketball team snatched victory from the jaws of defeat because forward has a strong, accurate arm and was "cooler than the other side of the pillow" with the outcome of the game resting on his shoulders. Abdur-Rahkman caught a 60-foot bullet pass from Livers, was fouled by 6-foot-10 Bruno Fernando on a drive to the basket, and calmly swished two free throws with 1.2 seconds remaining to make No.
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- stopped himself during a postgame conversation in the University of Michigan men's basketball team's locker room. "I just can't stop smiling," he said, shaking his head and continuing to smile. But, then, was there really any reason to stop? Wagner had just come up big in so many ways to lead his unranked Wolverines to a convincing 82-72 victory over No. 4 Michigan State at Breslin Center on Saturday afternoon (Jan. 13).
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- There is something the University of Michigan men's basketball team can take from a very tough loss to No. 5 Purdue, and it has nothing to do with moral victories. It has everything to do with growth. There are three young players -- , and -- who were not ready for prime time until recently. But, boy, are they ready now. They played with confidence and calmness and brought some electric energy to Crisler Center Tuesday night (Jan. 9). They also brought results.
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Selecting a term
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