Originally written on UM Hoops  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Last summer, whispers from around Michigan basketball were that Matt Vogrich was poised to be the “super sub” that Michigan badly needed. He was playing well in practice, had added muscle and was ready to go. Then he sprained his MCL two weeks before the season began. Vogrich struggled to regain his comfort and shooting stroke and it showed. He started the season just 1-for-13 from behind the arc throughout Michigan’s first nine games and began to pick up his fair share of criticism as Michigan’s shooter that couldn’t shoot. John Beilein backed Vogrich throughout his slump, insisting that he would snap out of it, and he was correct. Vogrich hit 3-of-5 three-pointers in a December 13th win over Arkansas Pine-Bluff and his confidence began to grow from there. After the abysmal start to the season, Vogrich finished conference play first on the team in 3-point percentage at 43 percent. When all was said and done, Vogrich played his role about right on what would be expected in conferen...
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