On the back of Moe Wagner, Michigan ends Loyola-Chicago’s dream run

8:33 PM ET

SAN ANTONIO — Moritz Wagner was asked on Friday afternoon about how he would go into Saturday’s Final Four game against Loyola-Chicago in terms of mindset. After the stock response about how it doesn’t change regardless of opponent, the Michigan forward offered a summation.

“Aggressive and confident, as always, and we see what happens,” he said.

Well, what happened is Wagner came out and dominated Loyola-Chicago.

And what happened is the Wolverines are now playing for a national title Monday night after coming back to beat the Ramblers 69-57.

Wagner finished with 24 points and 15 rebounds, excellent numbers to be sure, but even bigger when you consider the rest of the team shot 4-for-23 in the first half and Wagner was the only source of both offense and rebounding for Michigan for long stretches.

“I kept looking possession by possession, we had trouble scoring the first half,” Wagner said. “We scored

Article source: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22982816/2018-ncaa-tournament-back-moe-wagner-michigan-ends-loyola-dream-run

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