No. 3 Michigan outpaces pesky Rutgers 71-64

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Wolverines were looking to maintain their momentum heading into this weekend’s top-five showdown. They leaned on their balanced offensive attack and solid defense to make sure it happened. No. 3 Michigan continued its dominance at home and reeled off its fourth straight win with a 71-64 victory over surging Rutgers on Thursday night at Crisler Center. Sophomore wing Franz Wagner led the way with 20 points for Michigan (15-1, 10-1 Big Ten), which shot 46.2% from the field (24-for-52) and saw eight players score. Grad transfer guard Mike Smith added 12 points and freshman …

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