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Michigan Takes Nittany Lions @Crisler

The Wolverines seemed to have it easy, but when you’re in the big ten, every night is a reminder to stay in the moment.

Michigan won 80-68, leading all night. However, Penn State, who looked out of it with a 13 point deficit in the waning moments of the first half, closed the half down seven. Then, they took the second half quickly down to two.

Then bricked a three.

And Michigan woke up.

We played strong defense without fouling and only committed six turnovers on the night for a smart second half.

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  1. oldschool oldschool
    January 15, 2014    

    …………..Wolverines stayed cool like their coach and it payed off down the stretch…………… Penn State followed their coaches lead and took the bus to Spaz City!

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