With the 67-51 loss to Georgetown, Michigan suffered its first loss at home this season. The Wolverine also snapped their 14-game non-conference winning streak. In 2006-07, the Maize and Blue are now 11-1 at home.
For the first time this season, Michigan had a sellout crowd of 13,751 at Crisler Arena. The last time the Wolverines sold out their home arena was in last year's season finale against Indiana on March 4, 2006.
For the second straight game Michigan used a new starting lineup. Starting against Georgetown at guard were freshman Reed Baker and sophomore Jerret Smith, at wing was fifth-year senior Lester Abram while the frontcourt was freshmen Ekpe Udoh and DeShawn Sims.
For just the second time at home this season the Wolverines trailed at the half. Against Georgetown the Wolverines were down 31-25 at the half. The only other time to trailing at home was against UW-Milwaukee, 27-25, on Nov. 15, and the Wolverines came back to win 66-59.
Michigan posted season-lows for field goals made (16) and field goal attempts (44) against Georgetown.
By starting against Georgetown, Lester Abram became the 51st Wolverine to play 100 career games at Michigan. He is now the third active Wolverine to have played in 100-plus games joining Courtney Sims (113) and Dion Harris (111). Brent Petway is one game away from becoming the 52nd Wolverine to achieve the feat as he has played in 99 career games at Michigan.
With his 16-points against Georgetown, Dion Harris became the 24th Wolverine in history to surpass the 1,300 career point mark. He now stands at 1,315 points in his four years, which is 24th all-time.
With his 10 points against Georgetown, DeShawn Sims has now scored in double-figures in back-to-back games. He had a career-best 13 points against Army (Dec. 28).
Brent Petway posted and season-best and tied a career-best with three steals against Georgetown. It marked the fourth time in his career he has three swipes in a game.
With 30 minutes of action, Jerret Smith has posted back-to-back games playing 30-plus minutes. He had a career-best 33 minutes against Army (Dec. 28). He now has three career 30-plus minute games, all coming this season.
With three assists against Georgetown, Jerret Smith has posted three-or-more assists in a game in 12 of the 15 games this season. He has 16 total assists in his last four games.
Jerret Smith shot a career-best eight field goal attempts against Georgetown, He topped the six he had on three other occasions. He also posted a career-best five three-point field goal attempts, topping the four he had on two other occasions.
With his two blocks against Georgetown, Ekpe Udoh has 11 blocks in a two game span. He leads the Wolverines with 35 blocks.
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