Michigan had every reason to be concerned about Texas before the two teams met in their third-round matchup in the NCAA tournament.
The Wolverines were the smaller team, and it seemed like Texas had a big advantage down low with 6'9" Cameron Ridley and 6'8" Jonathan Holmes. If the Wolverines were going to have a problem with the Longhorns' size and strength, it would have likely manifested itself in the second half after heavy minutes started to accumulate and players began to tire.
While the theory was logical, Michigan's Jordan Morgan made mincemeat of it. He handled everything the Longhorns had to throw, and the Wolverines survived and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second straight year with a 79-65 victory.
Here are five things we learned in that victory.