The Wolverines had a 10-0 run, with a pair of baskets by Trey Burke (nine points) and a dunk by Jon Horford. Indiana took its largest lead, 28-13, before the run, but the Hoosiers’ shooting cooled off and U-M took advantage. Michigan got within 28-23 after the run, but Indiana’s Jordan Hulls answered with a 3-pointer.
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