In the biggest non-conference home game in recent memory, No. 7 Michigan blew by No. 11 North Carolina, 84-67, in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday at Crisler Center.
The Wolverines turned around a 10-point first half deficit in the blink of an eye and went into the break with a four-point lead.
The second half was all Michigan. The Wolverines opened up a double-digit lead. Then they pushed that lead to 20.
North Carolina made an 11-0 run and found itself still facing an 11-point deficit. And then Michigan responded, with a quick seven-point spurt.
Ignas Brazdeikis scored a game-high 24 points, and Charles Matthew added 21 points for the Wolverines.
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