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ANN ARBOR, Michigan: On Sunday afternoon, Michigan men’s basketball fell to Nebraska in its season’s record-setting 23rd game. The loss.

ANN ARBOR, Michigan: On Sunday afternoon, Michigan men’s basketball fell to Nebraska in its season’s .

record-setting 23rd game. The Wolverines finished last in the league for the first time since 1967, and the loss was U-M’s 17th in Big Ten play—a program record.

After the outcome, U-M head coach Juwan Howard discussed the program’s status three years after winning the Big Ten:

Indeed, you are correct in 2021. To the Elite Eight we went. We made it to the Sweet Sixteen in 2022.

Additionally, we had a dismal year in which we missed the tournament the previous year.

We still have the possibility to qualify for the competition right now.

We participate in the Big Ten Tournament, which begins for us on Wednesday as I previously stated.

One game at a time is what we are focusing on, and the season is still ongoing. Not at all.

Additionally, Howard discussed the need for the Wolverines to regain their national prominence:

The staff and players are the first to begin. We’ve all felt that this season hasn’t been what we’ve wanted. However, as I already stated, the season is still ongoing. There is still the season still to play.

We are 3-17 in the Big Ten regular season, which is a dismal result. We both want more, and I know that many of our fans do too.

And we will not stop working hard in the gym or striving for improvement. After the season is over, we’ll assess our performance and identify areas for improvement so that we can return to what we’re all used to.

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