Field Goal %
- TEX 37.1
- 44.4 MICH
Three Point %
- TEX 36.4
- 50.0 MICH
- TEX 9
- 4 MICH
- TEX 41
- 30 MICH
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53295
- Line: MICH -4.5
0:00 - 2nd Half
End of Game
Nik Stauskas scored or assisted on 48% of the Wolverines' points Saturday, including 53% of its second-half points. Stauskas tied a career-high with eight assists, five of which led to 3-pointers.
Texas scored 11 transition points Saturday, just more than half its transition total in its win against Arizona State on Thursday. The Longhorns missed 10 shots in transition against Michigan after not missing in the Round of 64.
Michigan turned the ball over four times Saturday, its second fewest in a game this season, and Texas scored two points off those turnovers. The Wolverines entered the game allowing 10.1 points off turnovers per game, fifth fewest among major conference teams (AAC, ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC).
Michigan scored 48 of its 79 points on field goals outside the paint Saturday, tied for the second-most such points in the last three Men's Basketball Championships. The Wolverines have gotten off to hot starts in each of their last two games, shooting 59.4% from outside the paint in the first half.
Several weeks ago, Duke relied heavily on guard Luke Kennard for a large dose of offense.
Vanderbilt AD David Williams II joins The Paul Finebaum Show to talk about what "Equality Weekend" means to the university and the players.
With how dominant top-ranked Gonzaga has been in West Coast Conference play, trailing by five points late in the first half is as close to an upset as a team can get.