2014-15 Game 28

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Team 99  

Zak Irvin, Kameron Chatman showcase growth in loss at Maryland

Zak Irvin wanted back in the game. It was the final minutes of the first half during Michigan’s 66-56 loss to Maryland on Saturday afternoon, and the sophomore forward had been benched due to foul trouble. As he watched helplessly, the Terrapins went on a 12-0 run and claimed a lead they’d never relinquish.

“I was trying to talk him into letting me back in, but he wanted to save me for the second half,” Irvin said of John Beilein.

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Team 99  

Game 28: Michigan at Maryland Recap

Playing on the road with a shorthanded roster against one of the league’s top teams, Michigan wasn’t going to leave with a win by playing it safe. But this loss came down to John Beilein sticking to a pair of high-risk decisions for just a little bit too long.

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John Beilein recaps loss at Maryland
Team 99  

Video & Quotes: John Beilein recaps loss at Maryland

Following Michigan’s 66-56 loss to Maryland, John Beilein met with media and discussed the Wolverines’ poor shooting night, the use of the zone, and the coach’s rule to bench players with two fouls in the first half.

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Evan Smotrycz and Jake Layman
Team 99  

Game 28: Michigan at Maryland Preview

The statistics say that Maryland is one of the luckiest, or most overrated, teams in the Big Ten. The Terrapins are 11-4 in conference games, just 1.5 games back from Wisconsin, but have only outscored Big Ten opponents by .002 points per possession. That means that numbers say the Terps are closer to a .500-level team than a conference contender, despite the eye test and the win-loss record saying something very different.

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