Michigan retired Bill Buntin's (1963-65) No. 22 jersey in a halftime ceremony at Crisler Arena. Buntin joins Cazzie Russell (No. 33), Rudy Tomjanovich (No. 45), Phil Hubbard (No. 35) and Glen Rice (No. 41) among the exclusive U-M list.
Michigan is now 53-71 in the all-time series with Purdue, with three games vacated due to NCAA sanctions.
With today's victory, the Wolverines hold an 11-2 overall record with a 1-1 record in Big Ten Conference action.
Michigan has had at least two players reach double figures in scoring in every game this season. Against Purdue, Daniel Horton led the Wolverines with 24 and Graham Brown had 11.
Today's starting lineup was Jerret Smith, Graham Brown, Courtney Sims, Daniel Horton and Dion Harris.
Courtney Sims and Dion Harris have not missed a single game in their Michigan careers. Both have played in 78 straight games; Sims has started 70 while Harris has started 53.
With 11 points and 10 rebounds, Graham Brown recorded his third double-double of his career and second of the season as he had a 13-point, 10 rebound performance against Notre Dame (Dec. 3).
Graham Brown's 10 rebounds mark the seventh time this season and second consecutive game he has collected 10 or more rebounds
With 24 points against Purdue, Daniel Horton moves to No. 26 all time on Michigan's career scoring list. He surpassed Chris Webber (1992-93, 1,218) and Dennis Stewart (1967-69, 1,224).
Jerret Smith made the first start of his young Wolverine career, playing a career-high 26 minutes and recording a career-best three steals.
Today's attendance was 10,947. Attendance is tickets sold.
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