Dec. 1, 2012
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The Wolverines have had at least three players score in double figures in all seven games this season. Today, Nik Stauskas had 22, Trey Burke had 16, Glenn Robinson III had 13 and Jordan Morgan had 10.
Michigan is 19-18 away from Crisler over the last three years.
U-M's 7-0 record is the best start of a season since 2006-07 (7-0).
Michigan never trailed, marking the third time this season the Wolverines have led from start to finish.
Tim Hardaway Jr. and Jordan Morgan each played in their 76th straight game. Both have not missed a game in three seasons.
With his 16 points, Trey Burke has scored in double figures in all seven games this season. Overall, it marked the 37th double-digit point game in his 41-game career.
With his five assists, Trey Burke has recorded at least four assists in all seven games. He leads the Wolverines with 50 total.
Jordan Morgan recorded a season-best 10 rebounds. It is his first time this season with double-digit boards and the sixth in his career. Morgan topped his previous season best of eight against Pittsburgh (Nov. 21) in the NIT Season Tip-Off semifinal.
With his 10 points and 10 rebounds, Jordan Morgan recorded his first double-double of the season. It marks the second of his career (11 points, 11 rebounds vs. Ohio State, Feb. 18, 2012).
Nik Stauskas made his first career start.
After going 4-for-5 from long range, Nik Stauskas has made at least one three-point field goal in all seven games this season.
With his career-best 22 points, Nik Stauskas recorded his sixth straight game scoring in double figures. It also marked his second straight game with 20-plus points (20 vs. N.C. State, Nov. 27).
With his 13 points, Glenn Robinson III recorded his fifth game scoring in double figures.
Today's game marked the homecoming of Max Bielfeldt, who played at Peoria Notre Dame. Bielfeldt's family purchased 50-plus tickets for the game. He finished the game with two points and two rebounds in a career-high nine minutes.
Caris LeVert made his collegiate debut, coming off the bench after the first media timeout. He saw seven minutes of action.
Today's game marked Michigan's first true road game. The Wolverines played two neutral-site games at Madison Square Garden for the NIT Season Tip-Off championship round.
Michigan (No. 3 AP/No. 3 ESPN/USA Today) is the highest ranked opponent to ever play at Bradley's Craver Arena.