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What Michigan basketball is facing now with U-M’s two-week COVID-19 variant pause – Detroit Free Press

Michigan basketball is about to face its first real adversity of the season.

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Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard talks Jan. 22, 2021, about learning of Purdue’s positive COVID-19 test ahead of the Wolverines’ win.
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Michigan basketball knew the risks associated with playing college basketball during a pandemic. 
At the same time, the Wolverines felt comfortable competing. They followed protocol and did not suffer any major outbreaks. 
But in the current reality facing all athletics, even teams that have avoided coronavirus cases still don’t control their…

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