No. 13 Michigan focuses on road 

January, 13, 2012
Over the past three seasons, the Michigan basketball team hasn't had a strong start to its Big Ten road schedule. Since the 2008-09 season the Wolverines have begun conference play 1-4 every year. This year, with a two-point loss to Indiana at Assembly Hall, they’ve started 0-1.

That loss is the only blemish on No. 13 Michigan’s conference record, but the Wolverines are now staring down the next two weeks: three Big Ten road games and an extra non-conference away game against Arkansas.

Michigan has won nine of its last 10 games and Saturday’s game against Iowa will be its third game in what Michigan coach John Beilein refers to as "clusters." Within each cluster, his effort is to get his team to focus only on the next opponent.
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