–The Wolverines got 16 points from freshman G Tim Hardaway Jr. in the loss to Wisconsin. It was Hardaway’s 10th straight game in double figures.
–In Michigan’s one-point loss to Wisconsin, there were seven ties and 10 lead changes. Michigan’s largest lead was just five points, and the Wolverines were never down by more than four.
–Freshman F Jordan Morgan had 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting in the loss to the Badgers. Morgan added five rebounds.
–Michigan junior F Zack Novak led the Wolverines with six rebounds against Wisconsin, marking the 14th time this season he has led the team in rebounds.
–Six of Michigan’s 12 losses this season have been to teams ranked in the top 15 in the country.
BY THE NUMBERS
0 — Michigan has gone through the season as one of the youngest teams in the country, with zero fourth or fifth year players on its roster.
QUOTE TO NOTE
“Maybe it’s a bit out of character for me. I didn’t do it on purpose. There was no strategy there. It was just that I wanted to voice my opinion.” — Michigan coach John Beilein on receiving his first technical of the season in the overtime win at Iowa
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