Michigan retired Glen Rice's (1986-89) No. 41 jersey in a halftime ceremony at Crisler Arena. Rice joins Cazzie Russell (No. 33), Rudy Tomjanovich (No. 45) and Phil Hubbard (No. 35) among the exclusive U-M list.
Michigan's 31 first-half points against Indiana mark the most points the Wolverines have had in a half since tallying 32 against Wisconsin (Jan. 22).
Michigan's 63 points against Indiana mark the first time the Maize and Blue have reached 60 points since tallying 61 against Wisconsin (Jan. 22).
Michigan's 48.9 percent (23-of-47) shooting against Indiana is the highest field goal percentage for the Wolverines since shooting 56.1 percent (23-of-41) at Northwestern (Jan. 12). U-M shot 47.8 percent (11-for-23) in the first half before hitting an even 50.0 percent (12-of-24) in the second frame.
Michigan's 91.7 percent (11-of-12) from the free throw line marks the Wolverines' highest free-throw percentage since shooting 91.7 percent (11-of-12) from the charity stripe at Indiana (Jan. 19). U-M has shot over 90 percent from the free throw line three times this season.
With Michigan's 70-63 loss to Indiana, the Wolverines extend their losing streak to 10 games.
Michigan's 70-63 loss to Indiana marks the eighth-straight decision the Wolverines have lost to the Hoosiers.
John Andrews dished off a career-best-tying four assists against the Hoosiers. Andrews has recorded four assists two other times, with the last coming against UNC-Asheville (Dec. 31).
Dion Harris recorded 15 points against Indiana to reach and surpass the 700-point mark in his young career. Harris currently has 707 career tallies.
Dion Harris recorded a career-best-tying seven rebounds against the Hoosiers. Harris set the mark against Illinois (Feb. 8).
Dion Harris has played in 61 straight games for the Wolverines with 37 starts.
Courtney Sims has played in 61 consecutive games for the Wolverines with 55 starts.
Ron Coleman recorded a career-best-tying four three-point baskets against Indiana. Coleman set the mark at Penn State (Jan. 15).
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