Wolverines stumble on the road at Nebraska
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Coming off a string of tough games that came down to the closing seconds, Michigan never found its footing on Thursday night at Nebraska, falling 72-52 in the contest.

The Wolverines struggled to find success on the offensive end of the court throughout the game, going 4-of-18 from beyond the arc, while gaining just three points off turnovers.

Charles Matthews was the only Wolverine to reach double figures, scoring 15 points and pulling down nine rebounds.

Moritz Wagner averaged 22.5 points in the Wolverines’ last two outings, but had an off night against the Cornhuskers, making just 1-of-5 shots on his way to two points.

With the loss, Michigan drops to 16-5 on the season and 5-3 in Big Ten play. The Wolverines will return to the court on Sunday, playing host to Rutgers at noon eastern time, with television coverage of the game provided by Big Ten Network.


 

 
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