Michigan Basketball Today Updates 2022: With season teetering, Michigan basketball responds, advances in NCAA Tournament

As Michigan’s players, coaches, and staffers made their way through the bowels of Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Thursday afternoon, they were greeted with the best three words a team can hear during the NCAA Tournament: “See you tomorrow.

Several Wolverines -- Jace Howard, Will Tschetter, and Ian Burns among them -- wore suits and ties as they headed towards the exit. Their attire’s message was clear: This was a business trip. And Michigan had no intention of making it a short stay

As student managers hauled boxes and bags of shoes and shirts down a hallway, they also carried the knowledge that they’d be bringing those items back to the arena

The Wolverines have practice on Friday and a game on Saturday.  Thursday’s comeback victory over Colorado State made it possible

“It’s not going to always go perfect for 40 minutes,” Juwan Howard said afterwards. “It just doesn’t work that way. But our guys stepped up when they had to

Michigan, an 11 seed, trailed by 15 points 15 minutes into the game. Colorado State, the 6 seed, was the quicker, hungrier, and much better shooting team. Michigan, which had blown an even bigger lead in the same building just a week ago, flipped the script Thursday

Hunter Dickinson actually found inspiration from the Big Ten Tournament collapse against Indiana. “I know I was thinking, Shoot, if they (Indiana) can do it to us, we can do it to them (Colorado State),” the sophomore center said

Freshman point guard Frankie Collins, thrust into the spotlight because of DeVante’ Jones’ concussion, shined in his first career start

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