WATCH: Beilein, Irvin, Walton, Donnal & Turgeon Talk Michigan's Upset Win

- #3 Maryland came into Ann Arbor looking for their 10th win in a row and to stay undefeated in the Big Ten and even though the Wolverines were without Caris LeVert, they beat the Terps 70-67.

Zak Irvin led the Wolverines going 8/14 for 22 points.  Robinson (6/10) had 17.  Melo Trimble had 2 points on 1/7 shooting for Maryland.  

Michigan started hot led by Zak Irvin, Derrick Walton Jr. & Duncan Robinson who helped the Wolverines get out to a 11-6 lead at the first TV timeout.  Michigan was 3/4 from 3 and 4/6 from the field which got the nearly sold-out crowd onto their feet.  

Michigan continued playing well through the first eight minutes of the first half.

With Melo Trimble on the bench due to two fouls, Maryland leaned on Jake Layman to cut the lead to one.  

Maryland only had one assist though with eight turnovers.  Michigan cooled down going 7/17 from the field, while Maryland is at 8/15 with just over six minutes left in the first.  The Wolverines took a two point lead by the final TV timeout of the first half.  

Michigan ended strong on a 10-4 run led by Duncan Robinson and Mark Donnal who had a big tip to end the half.

All Michigan to start the second half as they tried hard to pull the upset.  

Maryland made an 8-2 run to cut it to four, but Michigan did a great job at continuing to keep Melo Trimble in check.  

Maryland's Jake Layman (7/8 from the field) led the comeback for the Terps.

But Layman also had some help...

Michigan though did not back down.

Maryland tried to close the gap late.

But Michigan held on for the 70-67 and handed Maryland their first Big Ten loss of the season.  

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