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Wolverines squeak by Tulsa

The Michigan Wolverines found a way to continue their championship hopes last night, doing just enough to get by Tulsa in the final tournament play in game last night. A dismal first half, that included plenty of bad shooting from both sides, and three impressive blocks from Michigan Freshman and Germany native, Moritz Wagner. That was about it, with Michigan taking a 28-20 lead into the second half. It seemed like Tulsa was about to pull it together and take advantage of continued missed field goals and turnovers from Michigan, but to no avail. Michigan stuck with what worked and never surrendered anything more than a one-point lead. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman and Zak Irvin led the Wolverines with 16 points, and the aforementioned Moritz Wagner finished the game with four blocks and eight points as Michigan downed the Golden Hurricane 65-60. Michigan moves on to play Notre Dame tomorrow night at 9:40pm.