Michigan coach John Beilein figures this was a good learning week for his young team.
The Wolverines found out what it's like to be America's No. 1 team, what it takes to hold that spot and what it's like to play on college basketball's center stage as the team to beat.
Now, they can start focusing on what it will take to climb back to the top of the college basketball rankings.
Cody Zeller had 19 points and 10 rebounds and all five Indiana starters scored in double figures as the third-ranked Hoosiers ended the Wolverines' one-week reign atop the polls with an 81-73 victory.
''That's a pretty good team we just played. We have to play better,'' Beilein said. ''It was two good teams playing, somebody was going to win that game. We didn't. Our kids held their own.''
As usual, Trey Burke led the way for Michigan, finished with 25 points and eight assists. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 18 points. Nobody else had more than 10 on a night the Wolverines (20-2, 7-2 Big Ten), one of America's...