Michigan routs short-handed Wildcats
EVANSTON – No matter how many wins Michigan piles up, Trey Burke insisted one thing will not change. The Wolverines will keep seeing themselves as underdogs, even after nights like this.
Burke scored 23 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. added 21 and No. 2 Michigan pounded Northwestern, 94-66, on Thursday to remain unbeaten.
Off to their best start since they opened the 1985-86 season with 16 wins, the Wolverines (14-0) had no trouble in the Big Ten opener for both teams after breezing through the nonconference portion of their schedule.
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