2021-22 Season

Five takeaways from Michigan’s win over Rutgers

Michigan took care of business on Wednesday night against Rutgers in its first game without Juwan Howard on the bench. The Wolverines moved one game closer to the NCAA Tournament as they kicked off a pivotal four-game homestand at the Crisler Center.

It was a routine victory in a situation that was anything but and sets up a marquee Sunday afternoon game against Illinois at Crisler. Here are Five Takeaways from the victory, including a look at a key defensive improvement, the assistant coaching staff, Caleb Houstan’s unique splits, and much more.

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