Michigan holds off second-half push, beats Tarleton State 65-54

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Coming off a lopsided loss to Arizona that had some players frustrated and disconnected, Michigan coach Juwan Howard wanted to see better effort and energy from his team from start to finish. It didn’t exactly happen during stretches of the first and second halves of Wednesday’s game against Tarleton State as the turnovers piled up at an alarming rate and a 16-point lead dwindled down to three points. Still, the No. 20 Wolverines managed to stave off a second-half push from Tarleton State and used a late run to pull away for a 65-54 win at Crisler Center. Fifth-year senior g…

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