- Michigan pulls away from IU (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Sloppy Hoosiers lose ugly on road (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"Indiana found itself within striking distance of Michigan, trailing by five after two free throws by Jeremiah Rivers with 6:32 to go. Then the bottom fell out."
Hoosiers prepare for Gophers after loss (Indiana Daily Student)
"Thursday’s 45 points were IU’s fewest this season, as was its 3-point field goal percentage of 6.7 percent. The Hoosiers finished with a 36.5 field goal percentage."
Hoosiers clank their way to 69-45 loss to Michigan (Indiana Daily Student)
"Seldom does a team tally 16 turnovers and win by 24 points. Even less often does a team go 4-of-18 from the 3-point line and still outshoot its opponent. But Michigan did both of those Thursday night. "
Harris runs over the Hoosiers down stretch (The Indianapolis Star)
"The junior guard scored 17 of his game-high 21 points in the final 11 minutes to break open a close game and lead Michigan to a 69-45 victory over the Hoosiers before a crowd of 9,632 at Crisler Arena."
Poor offense, turnovers doom Indiana in Ann Arbor (Inside the Hall)
"On this night, it was the familiar blend of turnovers, poor shot selection and an overall lack of offensive rhythm that doomed Indiana in a 69-45 loss. The Hoosiers were just 1-of-15 from behind the arc, shot 36.5 percent from the floor for the game and committed 19 turnovers, leading to 21 Michigan points."
Defenses made both Michigan and Indiana's offenses look "sloppy" (AnnArbor.com)
"Someone on the bench said ‘Is this what you signed up for,’" Morris said. "I signed up for us to guard like this but not to produce offense like this." The way the game played out was almost a shock to the Californian, who is used to games with more pace and tempo. Yet he knew he’d eventually see what some deem a typical Big Ten defensive game.