March 10, 2013
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The loss marks Michigan's first at home this season, falling to 17-1 at Crisler Center. The Wolverines have won all but one game at home in back-to-back seasons.
Michigan finished the Big Ten schedule with a 12-6 record and is 25-6 overall heading into the Big Ten Tournament, which will take place in Chicago, Ill., (March 14-17).
The Wolverines are now 3-3 against top-10 teams this season.
The Maize and Blue are now 71-7 overall and 31-4 in Big Ten play when scoring at least 70 points under coach John Beilein.
Knocking down 10 three-pointers, Michigan has now hit double-digit three-pointers in 10 games this season.
Surrendering just six turnovers with zero in the second half, Michigan has now allowed 10 or less giveaways in 19 games this season.
Four Wolverines scored in double figures -- Trey Burke (20), Glenn Robinson III (13), Nik Stauskas (12) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (11).
Michigan outscored the Hoosiers off their 14 turnovers, 19-6, and held the largest lead of the game at 11 points in the first half.
Leading the team with 20 points, Trey Burke has now scored at least 15 points in all 18 Big Ten games this season, the only conference player to accomplish the feat. Burke also remains the only Wolverine to score in double figures in every game this season.
Trey Burke's 20 points moves him into 40th on the all-time scoring list, passing Zack Novak and Campy Russell (1,082). Burke now has 1,098 career points.
Trey Burke knocked down a career-high five three-pointers, going 5-for-8 from long range.
Trey Burke has now scored 20 or more points in 12 contests this season and 18 in his career.
Trey Burke led the team with four assists, and has accumulated at least four assists in all but one game this season. He also moved into ninth all-time at Michigan with 368 career assists, passing Manny Harris (366).
The Wolverines sold out Crisler Center (12,693) for the 15th time this season.