Michigan could fall out of the next week's top-25 poll, but the rankings are numbers without consequence. Let's look at the numbers that matter -- the numbers that explain Michigan's 5-3 start.
The Wolverines (6-3) bounced back from a loss at Duke with a nearly flawless offensive show in the first half. Glenn Robinson III scored 17 points for Michigan, which picked Houston Baptist's zone apart and punished the Huskies (3-6) in ...
Michigan had five players in double figures, led by Nik Stauskas' 25. Meanwhile Mitch McGary turned in a strong all-around effert with 12 points, nine rebounds, six assists, four steals, and a block.
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Michigan’s offense struggled mightily against Duke in the Wolverines’ 79-69 loss at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Tuesday — excluding the final two minutes of the game, Michigan managed a paltry 0.86 points per possession.