Michigan defended to MUT 18 Coins

Posted by Wen on June 23rd, 2017

Michigan defended everything to MUT 18 Coins perfection. With the shot clock approaching zero a Hoosier threw up a prayer over double coverage that didn't hit the net. Except that Oladipo snuck in behind two Michigan players to catch in and lay it in off the rebound. Little plays like that have made him maybe the most valuable player in college basketball this year. He didn't even play that well on Sunday, but you could still see what makes him great.2. After Oladipo's layup

Michigan scores six unanswered to take a four-point lead into the final minute. This is when Indiana has to start  fouling. So, Glenn  Robinson got free for a breakaway dunk that should've given Michigan a  six-point leadIndiana's Christian Watford hacks him from behind to prevent the easy bucket.3. That brings us to Rule 4, Sect 29, Art. 2c.Rule 4, Sect 29, Art. 2c: Flagrant 1 is called when

"pushing a player from behind to prevent a score." I don't see how this is arguable.— Andy Glockner (@AndyGlockner) March 10, 2013Watford clearly pushed him in the back, from behind, as part of a play to try to prevent a score. Refs reviewed it, chickened out. Poor.—

Andy Glockner (@AndyGlockner) March 10, 20134. A flagrant would have all but sealed the game, but Michigan couldn't get the Buy Madden NFL 18 Coins call. Now here's where it gets excruciating.  From there, Robinson misses one of the free throws, leaving Indiana down 5 with less than a minute left.5. Next: Indiana scores, Tim Hardaway, Jr. misses the front end of a one-and-one, and after 20 seconds and four points from Cody Zeller, it's a one-point game. At this point the crowd is mildly terrified, but https://www.mmogo.com/

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