Found March 02, 2013 on
The Eastside Perspective:
Believe it or not, kids, there was once a time when people said this 2012-2013 Michigan Wolverines team was the best in all the land. Put your hands down, no questions asked. They glided through the non-conference schedule, only stopping […]
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The Ferris State Bulldogs and Michigan Wolverines were in a battle for CCHA playoff seeding on Friday and Saturday night. After falling to Michigan on Friday night, the Bulldogs needed a win to get home ice against Ohio State in the playoffs. Ferris State pulled their goalie in overtime because a win in a shootout wouldn’t help them move past Ohio State. I don’t know how...
The 2013 CCHA Tournament — the last postseason tournament before the conference disbands — opens next weekend, with the sixth through 11th seeds competing in the opening round. Both Michigan and Michigan State will be in action during Round 1.
With Bowling Green losing at Notre Dame and Lake Superior State downing Northern Michigan, the Michigan Wolverines needed just one point...
Trey Burke and Caris LeVert both had strong performances in Michigan’s rematch victory over Michigan State. Burke led all scorers with 21 points, including the decisive steal and dunk, while LeVert stepped in for an injured Nik Stauskas with 11 points off of the bench. Watch both players in the embedded media players below:
LeVert after the jump.
It was exactly the type of game that John Beilein's Michigan team had seemed incapable of winning.
The Wolverines missed every 3-pointer they took and were stuck in a bruising struggle against a physical Michigan State team. Then, in the final minute, Trey Burke made perhaps Michigan's biggest play of the season - on defense.
Burke's steal and dunk put the Wolverines...
Despite the Wolverines going 0-12 in triples, Trey Burke makes two super-plays in the last 30 seconds and Michigan beats Spartie!