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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Glenn Robinson Iii
Nik Stauskas and Glenn Robinson III are skipping their last two seasons at Michigan to enter the NBA draft and chase a dream they've had since they were kids.
John Beilein has become increasingly familiar with the process of helping players decide whether to leave school early for the NBA, so the Michigan coach is always prepared for questions that come his way this time of year.
Just as he had done after countless long-range baskets during Michigan's run to the final eight of the NCAA tournament, Nik Stauskas raised his arm and extended three fingers.
Nik Stauskas was already looking ahead to next season at Michigan - even though it's by no means certain that he'll still be a Wolverine then.
Welcome to a friendly rivalry version of BracketRacket, the one-stop shopping place for all your offbeat NCAA tournament needs. Today's edition includes a father's role reversal, the true length of the final minute in an NCAA tournament basketball game and some rivalry love.
Cuonzo Martin feels as if he's spent his whole life getting to know Glenn Robinson III.
Nik Stauskas and Michigan figured out the best way to overcome Texas' advantage inside.
While Michigan didn't have a particularly pretty start to its NCAA tournament, coach John Beilein felt his team proved a point to the rest of the field on Thursday night.
Eliminated from the NCAA tournament, the Wofford Terriers nevertheless looked and sounded like a team that had a rewarding night.
Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III can't wait to create some new highlights for his family at the NCAA tournament.
Jordan Morgan isn't going to be a high NBA draft pick and he'll certainly never have his number raised to the Crisler Center rafters.
The range of emotions inside Purdue's locker room spoke volumes.
Iowa's high-scoring, up-tempo attack has made it tough for its big inside players to get much notice.
For Nebraska coach Tim Miles, the disturbing thing about the 29-point loss to Michigan was that it could have been even worse.
Glenn Robinson III drove to the basket, the ball was knocked out of bounds - and then players on both teams had to be separated as last weekend's Michigan-Michigan State game became increasingly testy down the stretch.
"My dad has been through this whole process, so that was definitely a big help," he said. "He stayed an extra year in college when he thought he wasn't ready."
Robinson, who is from St. John, Ind., said the NBA's undergraduate advisory committee informed him he would be a first-round pick if he entered the draft and he chose to make the leap Monday night.