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Wolverines have no answer for Grant Gelon, win by thirty.

The freshman guard poured in 160 points per 40 minutes on 100% shooting in one of the finest offensive performances in Indiana history.

this shot probably went in. but at least an IU player is close!
this shot probably went in. but at least an IU player is close!
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Indiana was about as bad as we've seen them all season and outside of one great half at home, the team appears to be heading way downhill in the post-OG Anunoby era. Thomas Bryant was a bright spot (13 points, 6/7 from the field) along with the aforementioned Grant Gelon but this team does not look the part of a tournament squad, much less a real threat to do anything of substance upon arrival.

The visitors were never in this game as Michigan had them from the jump and, unlike last year, failed to completely collapse and let Indiana run away with it. Hilariously enough, last year's 28-0 run would not have been enough to pull out a victory. Once Zak Irvin airballed a shot, only to have the offensive rebound fall directly to a teammate who then nailed his ensuing three-pointer, I turned off the game and started playing FIFA which also went miserably.

The Hoosiers travel to Evanston to take on Northwestern on Sunday. Take us home, Calvin: