No Morgan. That's the difference in the game. Then you add the fact that GRIII forgot to show up and Michigan wins by 15 if those two things change. The good news is it's not a huge deal. We'll likely swap places, then come out wanting to prove that they're still the best through this next tough stretch. I don't see us losing another game in this stretch now.
The good news is they played almost as bad as they could have and stil didn't really lose by much. If you account for the home court advantage, it's probably a break even game without our best low post man. Plus no GRIII for the entire game. To me, this just showed exactly how good they are when they come to play. Still the best team in the nation when fully healthy, in my opinion.