It looked like Michigan was en route to another hideous shooting performance Saturday against Minnesota. Instead, the Wolverines were en route to another second-half comeback.
After going colder than cold in a weekend loss at Purdue, Michigan turned its shooting luck around during a Tuesday-night trip to Penn State.
With two and a half minutes remaining in Saturday afternoon's game, Michigan had scored just eight points in the second half.
Call it the Jim Harbaugh effect or just call it hot shooting, Michigan was a different team Tuesday afternoon, and that was bad news for the Illini.
Forget the fact that Michigan has stumbled its way to a 7-5 record to open its season because none of that is going to be on anyone's mind come Tuesday afternoon's conference opener in Ann Arbor.