Dec. 14, 2013
• The loss was Michigan's first non-conference loss at Crisler Center since Jan. 9, 2011, when U-M fell at home to Kansas, 67-60.
• Michigan shot an even 50 percent in the game, hitting 24 of 48 field goals attempted, including eight three's on 17 tries (47 percent), marking their fourth straight game shooting 44 percent or better from the floor, and the seventh game this year U-M has shot 50 percent or better.
• The Wolverines were led by Glenn Robinson III's 20 points, his team-leading eighth game in double figures this year, and the sixth contest of his career with 20 points or more.
• U-M featured four scorers in double digits: Glenn Robinson III (20), Caris LeVert (15), Nik Stauskas (14) and Spike Albrecht (10), extending its streak to nine consecutive contests with a 20-point scorer in the lineup, and marking the 10th time in 12 contests this year that U-M has featured at least three scorers in double figures.
• The Wolverines allowed just 15 free-throw attempts from the Wildcats, six of which came in the final two and a half minutes. Arizona averaged more than 24 made free throws per contest entering the game.
• Jon Horford matched a career high with four blocks, all of which came in the first half. As a team, U-M tied its season-best mark of six blocks.
• The Wolverines remain winless when being outrebounded, falling to 0-3 this year. U-M averaged a rebounding margin of nearly +6 heading into the contest, but was topped by the Wildcats, 37-24, in that category.
• Michigan assisted on just nine of their 24 made field goals (37.5 percent), its lowest percentage of field goals assisted on all season.
• Attendance for the game was a sold-out 12,707.