Michigan storms back to bounce Colorado State in NCAA Tournament

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The Detroit News

INDIANAPOLIS — Poor perimeter shooting. Careless turnovers. Defensive rebounding issues. A horrific first half. No. 11 seed Michigan found a way to overcome it all in its first-round NCAA Tournament game against No. 6 Colorado State and extend its season for at least one more game. The Wolverines put together a dominant second-half performance to rally from a 15-point deficit and advance to the Round of 32 with a 75-63 win on Thursday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Sophomore center Hunter Dickinson had 21 points, six rebounds and four blocked shots for Michigan (18-14), which outscored Colorado Sta…

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