B1G title likely off table, other goals exist 

February, 26, 2012
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- In the moments after Zack Novak and Stuart Douglass lost their final home game at Michigan, they walked off the court into the locker room and knew they had to make an immediate adjustment.

A 67-51 loss to Purdue on Saturday had to change Michigan’s goals. No longer did they have at least some control of trying to win a Big Ten championship. With a loss to the Boilermakers combined with Michigan State’s 62-34 blowout of Nebraska late Saturday night, Michigan saw its opportunity for a Big Ten title essentially slip away.

Even more than losing on senior night, that is what stung.
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