2004-05 BKM vs. Michigan State -- Postgame Notes
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With Michigan's 64-49 loss to No. 13/12 Michigan State, the Wolverines have lost eight-straight contests dating back to a 62-53 loss at Indiana (Jan. 19). U-M is currently 12-13 overall with a 3-8 record in the Big Ten.

After Michigan's 64-49 loss to No. 13/12 Michigan State, the Wolverines are 82-65* all-time against the Spartans. There are 10* (7-3) vacated games that were affected by NCAA sanctions.

Michigan has now lost in its last four meetings with Michigan State.

Michigan recorded six blocks to Michigan State's two, to out-block its opponent for the 15th time this season. The Wolverines have recorded 108 blocks on the season for a 4.3 per-game average.

Ashtyn Bell recorded a career-best-tying two rebounds against the Spartans. Bell has brought down two boards on two other occasions, with the last coming at Ohio State (Feb. 5).

Dani Wohl recorded his fourth-career steal against the Spartans. Wohl has never grabbed multiple steals in one contest.

John Andrews recorded his first-career block against Michigan State.

Dion Harris recorded 22 points against the Spartans for his second-consecutive game scoring at least 20 points. Harris has scored in double digits in 18 games this season, with six-career games reaching at least 20.

Dion Harris has played in 59 consecutive games for the Wolverines with 35 starts.

Brent Petway recorded his first-career three-point basket against the Spartans. Petway finished the game with seven points on 3-of-4 shooting.

Courtney Sims recorded two blocks against Michigan State to give him 110 career blocks. Sims needs just one more to take seventh place on Michigan's all-time blocks list. Terry Mills (1987-90) currently holds the seven-spot with 111 career blocks.

Courtney Sims has played in 59 consecutive games for the Wolverines with 54 starts.

Ron Coleman recorded his third-career block against Michigan State. The last time Coleman blocked a shot was against Delaware State (Dec. 29).

Today's attendance was 13,751 for Michigan's second-consecutive home sellout. U-M has played in five other sellouts this season with two of those coming at Crisler Arena.

Contact: Tom Wywrot (734) 763-4423


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