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Michigan brushes off any comparisons to the Fab Five.
Freshman guard Nik Stauskas scored 22 points including six 3-pointers and Michigan is going to the Final Four for the first time since the Fab Five era after a 79-59 rout of Florida in the South Regional final Sunday.
Riding back from the Mountain West Conference tournament last week, San Diego State's players learned coach Steve Fisher had a copy of the new documentary about Michigan's famous Fab Five recruiting class.
Tim Hardaway Jr. was born in March 1992, the same month the Fab Five captivated the college basketball world by swaggering their way to the Final Four as freshmen.
The two-year Fab Five era that featured teen-age swagger, promise, failure and eventually the taint of scandal at Michigan has been chronicled in a two-hour documentary to be aired on ESPN.