2005-06 BKM vs. Notre Dame -- Postgame Notes

Michigan's 87-84 double-overtime win marked the first victory beyond regulation for the Wolverines since Nov. 30, 2003 when they won 61-60 at Butler.

A game-winning triple at the buzzer by Dion Harris marked the first time Michigan has won a game in the last 1-3 seconds since a Courtney Sims put-back against Purdue on Feb. 7, 2004.

Michigan faced Notre Dame for the fifth time in NIT action. Overall, the Wolverines are 2-1 (3-1) against the Irish in the tournament.

Michigan's 87-84 double-overtime win marked the Wolverines' eighth (ninth) appearance in the Postseason NIT. The Wolverines hold a 17-5 (22-5) all time in the tournament.

With Michigan's 87-84 double-overtime win, the Wolverines are now 12-0 (14-0) in Postseason NIT games held at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines are 0-4 (1-4) on the road and 5-1 (6-1) in games played at Madison Square Garden.

With Michigan's 87-84 double-overtime win, Coach Tommy Amaker has a 7-3 all-time record in Postseason Tournament play after leading the Wolverines to the 2004 title and while coaching Seton Hall in 1998, 1999 and 2001.

Michigan's 87-84 double-overtime win against Notre Dame give the Wolverines a 20-10 overall record for the 2005-06 season.

Graham Brown's three steals against Notre Dame match a career best. He has grabbed three steals on six different occasions.

With 29 points against Notre Dame, Daniel Horton has 1,567 career tallies moving him into 13th place on Michigan's all-time scoring list. He surpassed Jimmy King (1992-95) who has 1,542 career points.

Daniel Horton's 47 minutes against Notre Dame marks a career best. His previous best was 40 minutes which he has recorded on six different occasions.

Daniel Horton's 29 points against Notre Dame mark the 21st time in his career he has recorded 20-or-more points.

Chris Hunter's seven rebounds against Notre Dame push him over the 350-rebound mark for his career. He currently has 353 career boards.

Chris Hunter had three steals against Notre Dame to match a career best. He has grabbed three steals on three other occasions in his career with the most recent coming against Boston University (Nov. 22).

Courtney Sims' rebound against Notre Dame gives him 900 career points and 500 career rebounds to make him just the 35th member of the 500-point/500-rebound club.

Courtney Sims and Ron Coleman have not missed a single game in their Wolverine careers with Sims playing in 95 consecutive games with 82 starts and Coleman playing in 61 consecutive games with 37 starts.

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