Posted February 04, 2012 on
GBW’s Kyle Bogenschutz and Dre Barthwell recap Michigan's 68-56 victory over #20 Indiana and look ahead to Sunday's in-state grudge match with MSU. The duo focuses on the perfomances of top B1G freshmen Trey Burke and Cody Zeller, why the Wolverines were more successful in slowing the Hoosiers down in the rematch, why Michigan is one of the team's that give the Spartans real problems, and more..
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Zack Novak, Trey Burke and Stu Douglass met with the media after Michigan’s 64-54 loss in East Lansing against Michigan State. Watch the videos in the embedded media players below:
Burke and Douglass after the jump.
Trey Burke and Zack Novak reflect upon Michigan's 64-54 loss at Michigan State (with video).
1. Michigan’s 13-0 run to start the game
Indiana has one of the Big Ten’s best offenses, entering Wednesday’s games on the heels of a 103-point performance against Iowa, and it was clear that Michigan was going to have to score more than usual to win. No problem. The Wolverines came out of the gate red hot and set the stage with a quick 13-0 start. Trey Burke started the run...
The Hoosiers will look to avoid a five-game road losing streak on Saturday night in West Lafayette in a meeting with the Purdue Boilermakers. Indiana’s last win over Purdue came on Feb. 19, 2008 at Assembly Hall.
The game will be shown on the Big Ten Network (Dave Revsine and Jimmy Jackson) and broadcast on the IU radio network (Sirius 92/XM 190):
The road in the Big Ten won’t...
Indiana head coach Tom Crean, along with assistant coach Tim Buckley, juniors Jordan Hulls and Derek Elston, and freshman Cody Zeller, preview the Hoosiers' game at Purdue on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Photo: Dustin Johnston
The energy and anticipation in the Breslin Center was never more obvious than the opening five minutes of play. The game was tied 2-2 at the first media timeout and both teams had accumulated more turnovers and missed shots than points. After those frenzied early moments, both teams settled in and Michigan State took control of the game...