No. 23 Michigan was exposed by No. 9 Michigan State during its 64-54 loss to its rivals from East Lansing
Green (23) rebounds over Morgan (52) during Michigan's 64-54 loss to the Spartans. Photo Credit: Associated Press
The Wolverines (17-7, 7-4 Big Ten) were outrebounded, outscored and outmatched by the rival Spartans (18-5, 7-3 Big Ten) end the three-game winning streak over their rivals. Continue reading
Stu Douglass guards B.J. Young in 66-64 loss to Arkansas. Photo Credit: AP Photo
Arkansas showed it had something No. 19 Michigan has lacked for most the season in its 66-64 upset.
The Wolverines (15-5, 5-2 Big Ten) only had four points off the bench all coming from sophomore forward Evan Smotrycz. Junior guard Matt Vogrich and sophomore forward Blake McLimans came off the bench but contributed an assist, a rebound and two fouls (all by Vogrich).
The Razorbacks (14-5, 2-2 SEC) had 35 points off the bench including their leading scorer freshman guard B. J. Young who had 15 points and freshman guard Hunter Mickelson who had 11 points.