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Michigan Men's Basketball

Neal Rothschild: Four games left, but...

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

Over the span of seven minutes in the second half, Michigan flipped a 48-43 deficit into a 64-52 lead. It was a run Michigan State couldn’t withstand and one that has Michigan sitting pretty for its first outright Big Ten championship since 1985-86.

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Wolverines knock off Spartans for sole possession of Big Ten lead

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

The Wolverines’ 79-70 win gives them control of their own destiny in the race for Big Ten supremacy in what could be the program’s first outright Big Ten championship since 1985-86.

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Spartans come to town with sole possession of first in Big Ten on the line

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

With solo possession of first place in Big Ten and a potential season sweep on the line for Michigan, the in-state rivalry means even more than usual with the regular season coming a close.

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Despite praise, question marks surround Michigan frontcourt on both ends

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

In Mitch McGary's absence in the front court, Michigan has had mixed results from the play of its big men.

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Mailbag: Seeding, team chemistry, expanding the Maize Rage?

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Mailbag with The Michigan Daily’s Daniel Wasserman.

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Simon Kaufman: Will the real GRIII please stand up

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Nearing the end of the Big Ten season, Glenn Robinson III has not had the year he expected when he came back for his sophomore season. He’s struggled to find a rhythm, find consistency and on many nights, find the basket.

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SportsMonday column: Beatdown by Badgers disappears with win next weekend

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY EVERETT COOK

The 75-62 implosion to Wisconsin was a bad loss. A really bad loss. Like scoring 19 points in the first half without an assist and finishing the game without a single steal or block, bad. But thanks to Nebraska upsetting Michigan State on the road, the beating that the Wolverines took on Sunday almost disappears.

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From inside and out, Kaminsky bullies Wolverines

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“He was everywhere today,” said sophomore guard Nik Stauskas. “He was hitting jumpers. He was getting to the basket. He was posting up. He was doing everything for them.”

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Men’s Basketball

Listless first half sinks Wolverines against Wisconsin

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The Michigan men’s basketball team whittled a 15-point halftime deficit down to five, but Wisconsin swung right back in the final minutes to take a convincing 75-62 victory at Crisler Center on Sunday afternoon. An anemic first half put the Wolverines in a hole that was too deep to escape.

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After braving tough road schedule, Michigan sets sights on protecting home court

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

Michigan will turn its attention toward protecting their home court the next two weeks, hosting No. 21 Wisconsin on Sunday and the ninth-ranked Spartans the following week. The two games will go a long way in determining the conference champion.

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