2-4 GH UM Johns

Brandon Johns Jr. and Michigan played Rutgers on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.

NEW YORK — As Michigan coach Juwan Howard sat up on the dais inside Madison Square Garden and talked about Brandon Johns Jr., there was a moment where the sophomore forward had to see it to believe it.

During the middle of Howard’s answer to a question, he pointed out that Johns tallied 20 points in Saturday’s 69-63 win over No. 25 Rutgers.

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