Michigan basketball collapses in final minute vs. Vanderbilt in 66-65 NIT loss

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It happened again.

Michigan basketball was up by eight at Vanderbilt with less than one minute to play. Then it gave up nine straight points, committed three straight turnovers and was called for a goaltending basket with 13 seconds left.

Even with that, it had the ball down one with 13 seconds to play.

On the final possession, Dug McDaniel couldn't connect on a floater, Hunter Dickinson couldn't get the tip-in to fall and in the end, Michigan collapsed to fall in the second round of the NIT, 66-65, to Vanderbilt.

Michigan's (18-16, 11-9 Big Ten) season is over, after it turned a 12-point first-half deficit into a 10-point second-half lead before, ultimately, another crushing loss.

"We always want to walk away with some learning opportunities from a game like this but u...

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