Iowa out-dueled Michigan on Saturday afternoon, handing the Wolverines another loss at Carver-Hawkeye Arena where they haven’t won in six years
Michigan finally opens Big Ten play this afternoon as it faces Iowa in Iowa City. Tip-off is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. on the Big Ten Network.
Michigan heads to Iowa City on Sunday to open the Big Ten season against the Hawkeyes (8-6).
The loss puts Michigan’s tournament hopes in jeopardy, and raised similar concerns to other losses in the season. Here are our five key plays from Crisler Center on Saturday.
With one last chance to put a final stamp on its NCAA Tournament campaign before postseason play, Michigan looked like less of a tournament team than ever
Michigan came up short against Iowa on Saturday night and will be playing for its NCAA tournament hopes in Indianapolis next week. Here’s what went wrong in the Wolverines’ third Big Ten home defeat.
With the regular season now in the books, Beilein discusses the Wolverines’ latest loss, life on the tournament bubble, senior day and more.
Derrick Walton and Duncan Robinson met with the media after Michigan’s third home defeat of the Big Ten season. Walton and Robinson tried to dissect what went wrong and what this team needs to do to figure out a way to make the NCAA tournament.
Fran McCaffery was proud of his team’s performance in Ann Arbor on Saturday night and he received a great showing from Hawkeye star Jarrod Uthoff, who finished with 29 points in the victory.
All photos by Dustin Johnston. Full gallery after the jump.