Postgame Notes: #2 Michigan 95, Iowa 67
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Jan. 6, 2013

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• Michigan improves to 15-0 on the season, including 10-0 at home -- it continues to be the second-best start in program history. The Wolverines' best start to any season was a 16-0 mark in 1985-86.

• U-M scored 95 points in a Big Ten matchup for the first time since Feb. 14, 2001, against Iowa.

• By scoring 94 points at Northwestern (Jan. 3) and 95 points in today's win, it is the first time Michigan has scored 90-plus points in back-to-back Big Ten games since the 1999-2000 season -- vs. Illinois (95-91, Jan. 16, 2000) and vs. Northwestern (93-70, Jan. 19, 2000).

• The Wolverines are 26-0 under head coach John Beilein when scoring 80 or more points.

• U-M shot better than 50 percent in a game for the 11th time this season. The Wolverines shot 58 percent (36-for-62).

• Michigan has hit 10 or more three-pointers in four straight games for a total of seven times this season.

• With its six turnovers, the Wolverines now have had fewer than 10 turnovers in seven games this season.

• Holding a 41-26 advantage in rebounds, Michigan has now outrebounded its opponent in 13 of 15 games this season. It also marks the eighth time this season the Wolverines have surpassed 40 rebounds as a team.

• The Maize and Blue trailed by as much as seven points at the 18:04 mark of the first half and led by as many as 35 points with 4:52 remaining in the game.

• Michigan scored 15 points off Iowa's seven turnovers and allowed just two points off its six turnovers. The Wolverines also held a 16-0 advantage in fast-break points.

• U-M has four players in double-figure scoring -- Glenn Robinson III (20), Trey Burke (219), Tim Hardaway Jr. (19), Nik Stauskas (13).

• More than half of Michigan's field goals were assisted for the 11th time this season. Trey Burke led the Wolverines with a career-high 12 assists. He has now recorded five or more assists in 14 of 15 games.

Trey Burke recorded his third career double-double with 19 points and a career-high 12 assists.

Glenn Robinson III recorded his first career double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. He has now scored in double figures in 10 games this season, hitting the 20-point mark three times. He also added a career-high three assists.

• With Glenn Robinson III and Trey Burke each registering double-doubles, it marked the first time since Dec. 6, 2010, against Concordia that two Michigan players have had a double-double in the same game -- Darius Morris (19 points, 10 assists) and Zack Novak (12 points, 14 rebounds).

Trey Burke has now scored in double figures in all 15 games this season. Overall it marked his 46th career double-digit game for Burke.

• With his 19 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. has now scored in double figures in 11 games this season and 65 times in his career.

Nik Stauskas (13 points) has scored in double figures in his last 14 games. It marked the 15th straight game he has made at least one three-point bucket and ninth time he has hit three or more triples.

Mitch McGary matched a career high with 11 rebounds, recorded a career-high three blocks and tied a career high with two assists. He also added five points on 2-for-2 shooting from the field.

• Michigan recorded its seventh sellout crowd (12,693) of the season.


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