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Yep. It was as bad as it looked.

Michigan was knocked down Thursday night in Texas Tech's Sweet 16, 63-44, thanks to an offensive freeze that evoked more memories of the four cornerstones of the attack than a team that started the season 17-0.

And these historically melancholy numbers sum up the loss:

Worst Loss of NCAA Tournaments since 1992

The 19-point defeat on Thursday was Michigan's worst defeat in the NCAA tournament since 1992, when the Wolverines arrived Duke fell, 71-51, in the national title game. Michigan striker Ignas Brazdeikis (13) speaks during a conversation with his teammate center. Jon Teske (15) The first half of the game Sweet 16 vs. Texas Tech at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, Thursday, March 28, 2019. ” width=”540″ data-mycapture-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/03/29/PDTF/e1ed36ea-29ab-4a89-8af1-e094cdc9696b-03282019_umtt_1sthalf-15.jpg” data-mycapture-sm-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/03/29/PDTF/e1ed36ea-29ab-4a89-8af1-e094cdc9696b-03282019_umtt_1sthalf-15.jpg?width=500&height=333″/>

Michigan striker Ignas Brazdeikis (13) speaks with his team-mate in the first half Jon Teske (15) of the Sweet 16 game against Texas Tech at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, Thursday, March 28, 2019. (Photo: Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press)