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Topic - Jordan Morgan
Michigan's Caris LeVert sat at his locker with a stone-cold expression Sunday night.
Tennessee's Jarnell Stokes was dismayed. Jordan McRae was dejected. Cuonzo Martin was terse.
Michigan coach John Beilein had watched his team blow almost all of a 15-point lead, and he was sure he knew how Tennessee would try to take the lead.
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.
This time, Jordan Morgan got the ball to bounce the right way - and Michigan celebrated.
Tracy Abrams had the ball right where he wanted it - in his own hands with a drive to the basket.
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.
One year ago, Indiana finished off the regular season by ruining Michigan's chances to share the conference title.
Michigan was without Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary on Saturday. Former stars Glen Rice and Terry Mills filled in just fine.
Minnesota could have spoiled Michigan's party Saturday night - if only they had held onto the ball.
Jordan Morgan basked in the glow of his sixth victory over Michigan State in four seasons - an unthinkable total for so many Michigan players before him.
Everybody knows what Nik Stauskas has done this season.
John Beilein admits he couldn't have foreseen this from Jordan Morgan.
"This year has been the most fun time I've had probably playing basketball ever," Morgan said. "Really got close with a lot of guys, had the opportunity to grow myself as a leader and be a mentor to some of these young guys, and I just appreciate the opportunity."
"We heard all week about they had mismatches and how we couldn't guard them inside," Morgan said after letting out a scream at the end. "We're not really soft around here. That's not who we are."