On the back of Moe Wagner, Michigan ends Loyola’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

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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