ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- — Chaundee Brown scored 18 points with four 3-pointers, Hunter Dickinson had 14 points and seven rebounds and Michigan used a 20-0 second-half run to beat Central Florida 80-58 on Sunday.
Michigan went on a 22-4 run to end the first half to take a 38-34 lead, and Brown scored the first eight points of the big second-half run. Brown made three 3-pointers in the 20-0 spurt as the Wolverines outscored UCF 42-24 in the second half.
Brown, a Wake Forest transfer, was 7-of-12 shooting to lead three Michigan players off the bench with double-digit scoring as the reserves finished with 49 points.
Michigan has scored at least 80 points in all four games this season, entering averaging 87.
Brandon Mahan led UCF (1-1) with 21 points, and Isaiah Adams added 11 points. The Knights, who were supposed to open the season against Oklahoma until it was canceled for COVID-19 isues, beat Auburn 63-55 in their opener on Monday.
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