ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Stu Douglass dove on the floor, in the middle of a rugby-style scrum, flicked the ball to his teammate and roommate, Zack Novak, who caught the ball, spun on his backside, looked up and saw Trey Burke running by.
At midcourt, the senior flipped it to the freshman, who beat everyone else down the floor for a layup during No. 13 Michigan's 59-41 win over No. 19 Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon.
In that moment, Michigan coach John Beilein saw what he has been waiting ...
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