Indiana Game Notes vs. Michigan
Jan. 27, 2007
Indiana vs. Michigan
- With the victory, Indiana moved to 11-0 on the season at Assembly Hall and extended its home winning streak to 13 games dating back to last season. It is the longest home winning streak since the Hoosiers won 56 in a row at Assembly Hall from Feb. 24, 1991 to Jan. 24, 1995.
- Indiana has now won 11 straight games over the Wolverines, dating back to Jan. 9, 2001. The Hoosiers are now 60-11 all time against Michigan in Bloomington
- The Hoosiers are now 5-0 in games following a loss this season.
- Indiana went 10-for-20 from 3-point range, the seventh time this year the Hoosiers have scored 10 or more shots from downtown and the fourth time in seven conference games.
- Indiana started the game with an 11-0 lead, its most lopsided run to begin a game this season. Michigan did not score a field goal until the 16:05 mark, going 0-for-3 with two turnovers in the first 3:55 of the game. Indiana was 5-for-6 from the field with just one turnover over the same span. The Hoosiers never trailed in the game, the fourth time this year IU has led wire to wire.
- The Hoosiers shot 50.9 percent from the field (28-for-55) to Michigan's 34.9 percent (15-for-43). It marks the fifth time this season that Indiana has held an advantage of 10 or more in field goals made over its opponent.
- Michigan scored 19 more points than Indiana at the foul line (29-10) in the game, the most lopsided advantage for a Hoosier opponent this season.
- Indiana had four players score in double figures in the game, the 10th time this season IU has done that. The Hoosiers are 9-1 when four score in double figures.
- Lance Stemler scored 11 points, the most points the junior has scored since pouring in 16 against Michigan State on Jan. 7.
- Indiana grabbed 35 rebounds to Michigan's 28, the 15th time Indiana has outrebounded an opponent this season. IU is now 11-4 when pulling down more rebounds than its opposition.
- The Hoosiers turned the ball over just nine times in the game, the fifth time (5-0) that IU has stayed under 10 turnovers this year.
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