Nov. 12, 2012
With the win, Michigan moves to 6-0 in NIT Season Tip-Off home games and 6-5 all-time in the tournament.
U-M scored 90-plus points in back-to-back games for the first time since the 2000-01 season when it scored 90 points against Oakland and 92 points against Western Michigan.
With its 91-54 victory, Michigan moves to 20-0 under head coach John Beilein when scoring 80 points or more.
The Wolverines held IUPUI to just 34.9 percent (22-for-63) shooting for the game, including 25.9 percent (9-for-35) in the second half.
Michigan's largest lead in the game, 37 points, came on the final basket of the contest -- a three-pointer from Eso Akunne.
Fifteen Wolverines saw game action, while 10 tallied points and six recorded at least one three-point basket.
Michigan outscored IUPUI in points off turnovers (13-7), points in the paint (34-22), and bench points (28-15). Michigan also outrebounded the Jaguars, 42-23.
U-M had five players in double-digit scoring for the first time since Dec. 22, 2011, when it defeated Bradley, 77-66. Trey Burke (22), Glenn Robinson III (21), Nik Stauskas (11), Tim Hardaway Jr. (10) and Jordan Morgan (10) each reached the double-figure mark.
Glenn Robinson III tallied the first 20-plus point performance of his career, scoring 21 points on 8-of-9 shooting.
Tim Hardaway Jr.'s 10 points in the contest move him into 44th place on the all-time Michigan scoring list, passing Don Eaddy (1,012). Hardaway has now scored 1,015 career points.
Matt Vogrich recorded his 100th career game played, becoming the 58th Wolverine to accomplish the feat.
Trey Burke dished out half of Michigan's 18 assists, giving him a total of 17 assists through the first two games. His nine assists tonight matched a career high.
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