Postgame Notes: #7 Michigan 79, Wayne State 60


Nov. 4, 2013

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• Michigan's BTN Student U production group made history during tonight's exhibition game, becoming BTN's first-ever live Student U telecast on the linear TV network. [ Video Feature video icon ]

• The Wolverines featured four players who scored in double figures -- Nik Stauskas (17), Caris LeVert (16), Glenn Robinson III (15) and Zak Irvin (13).

• U-M shot 24 of 46 from the field (52.2 percent), including 9 of 21 (42.9 percent) from beyond the arc.

• After missing their first four field goal attempts, Michigan sank 17 of its next 21 shots and hit a stretch of 14 for 17 at the end of the first half and early in the second half.

• The Wolverine bench outscored Wayne State's bench, 35-7, behind Zak Irvin (13) and Caris LeVert's (16) combined 29 points.

• The Michigan lineup saw four players with at least three assists: Glenn Robinson III (3), Caris LeVert (3), Nik Stauskas (4) and Derrick Walton Jr. (4).

Zak Irvin sank his first three shot attempts, which were all three-pointers, and finished with 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting.

• Michigan's two upperclassmen, Jon Horford (9) and Jordan Morgan (6), combined to haul in 15 of U-M's 31 total rebounds (48.4 percent), but the Wolverines were outrebounded, 36-31.

• Ten different Wolverines saw action in the exhibition match, including freshmen Derrick Walton Jr., Zak Irvin and Mark Donnal.

• Michigan led by as many as 23 points in a game which only featured two lead changes -- when WSU scored the game's first points and when Michigan took a 5-3 lead. The Wolverines took the look for good with 15:56 left in the first half.

• For the exhibition, Michigan went with the starting lineup of Jon Horford, Jordan Morgan, Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas and Derrick Walton Jr.

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