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JORDAN MORGAN RUMORS

Michigan focused on young big men in early practices

Jordan Morgan was the constant during Michigan’s last four seasons of unprecedented success. The things that Morgan contributed were often overlooked. He made 70% of his layups, but his offensive game was limited elsewhere. He held the defense together with his rebounding and leadership, but those contributions rarely showed up on the stat sheet. The many NBA talents that he shared...
Via UM Hoops
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan’s Jordan Morgan Did Not Agree With Deciding Charge Call In Wisconsin-Arizona Game

For whatever reason, this college basketball season seems like it’s been defined by the always-controversial charge/block call. In last night’s Michigan vs. Tennessee Sweet 16 matchup, Wolverines forward Jordan Morgan took a charge from Vols forward Jarnell Stokes in the game’s final moments, essentially securing the victory for his team. While that call has been heavily debated...
Via College Spun
March 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball: The Power Forward Position

For the second straight game, Michigan basketball will face a team that starts two traditional post players. The Tennessee Volunteers feature two 6’8’’ players in their frontcourt.  Jarnell Stokes and Jeronne Maymon have been dominant on the boards in their three tournament games, pulling in a combined 23.7 rebounds. They also combine for 28 points, but this is less worrisome...
Via isportsweb.com
March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Morgan turns in a career game against Texas

Dustin Johnston On Friday, the day before Michigan beat Texas 79-65 to reach the Sweet Sixteen for the second straight year, Jordan Morgan was fielding questions from media in the locker room along with the rest of his team. The topic of choice? The size of the Longhorn frontcourt. Morgan would be matched up with Cameron Ridley, who stood 6-foot-9 and every bit of his listed 280...
Via UM Hoops
March 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball eyes Texas in Round of 32

Day 1 of Madness is in the books and it certainly did not disappoint in regards to jaw dropping, bracket busting pandemonium. Michigan’s matchup with Socon champion Wofford fit the typical 2-15 seed mold, seeing the Wolverines effectively suppress the Terriers to move on to face Texas in (technically) the third round. The 7th seeded Longhorns come into Saturday’s showdown with...
Via isportsweb.com
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan basketball defeats Wofford, advances in the NCAA Tournament

For the second year in a row, Michigan played a sloppy opening game. This game was never as close as the game against South Dakota State Jackrabbits, but it wasn’t the blowout expected. The Wolverines defeated the Wofford Terriers 57-40, despite going cold from the second half. For much of the season, Michigan’s defense was the main concern. The Terriers were held in check for...
Via isportsweb.com
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball Weekly: Fear No Evil

Michigan Basketball Weekly: Fear No EvilWell the view certainly is breathtaking from the summit. After another week amidst the deceptive smoke and mirrors façade that is Big Ten basketball, the scrappy Wolverines have emerged on top, achieving their first outright regular season conference title in almost 30 years. Michigan started their final stretch with a decisive 84-53 thrashing...
Via isportsweb.com
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Morgan will leave a legacy of perseverance, excellence at Michigan

Dustin Johnston Jordan Morgan will be playing in his final game at the Crisler Center on Saturday against Indiana in Michigan’s final Big Ten game of the season. Morgan can look back at his final regular season as a true conquering hero, with the Big Ten conference vanquished and the program he’s overseen for the past five years safely anointed with the outright conference crown...
Via UM Hoops
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

A look back at Jordan Morgan’s top moments at Michigan

Jordan Morgan will play his final game at the Crisler Center on Saturday. Leading up to Sayurday game against Indiana, we’ll run a series of features on Morgan’s career. Today we start with a look back at five of the top moments of the 6-foot-8 big man’s career. 1. Charge and dunk seal Final Four win over Syracuse Jordan Morgan’s rollercoaster ride through the last two months...
Via UM Hoops
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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