ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan did everything they needed to do Tuesday night.
No one got hurt, the bench players all got to play and they played quickly enough that everyone could get home in time to study for finals.
Oh, and they beat Binghamtom 67-39 in a game that was probably less competitive than an intrasquad scrimmage.
"This is nice because we played good defense and got the win, and now our kids can go into a study day tomorrow, and exams starting on Thursday," coach John Beilein said. "We can also take a lot of teaching moments from this game.
"There are things we ran just to get them on film, because our scout team knows too much about stopping our offense and this gave us a chance to see things against a different group."
The Bearcats came into the game ranked 344th out of 347 teams in the country by one rating system, so a matchup with the 3 team was never going to be much of a contest. It was a rare chance at the big time for a program rebuilding from a 2009 academ...