Cold-shooting Wolverines upset by UCLA 51-49, bounced from NCAA Tournament

Indianapolis — A brutal first half, no answer for UCLA’s Johnny Juzang, a sputtering offensive performance and a rough finish. Top-seeded Michigan somehow navigated it all and had four shots to save its season in the final 11 seconds, but missed each attempt as it fell to No. 11 UCLA, 51-49, in the Elite Eight matchup Tuesday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Freshman center Hunter Dickinson had 11 points for Michigan (23-5), which didn’t make a field goal over the final 5:22, missed its final eight shot attempts and scored just two points in the final four minutes of the game. Juzang finished with …

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