The Michigan Wolverines are one of only three teams left in Big Ten play with an unblemished record, but that record will be tested tonight as they make their first road trip of the Big Ten season to face the Hoosiers. Indiana enters fresh off of an upset of No. 2 Ohio State at home, and they have been one of the best teams int he country so far at defending their home court.
Tim Haradaway Jr. has been one of the biggest bright spots so far for the Wolverines:
The biggest takeaway from this game was the stellar play of Tim Hardaway Jr. Despite shooting 1-7 from behind the arc, Hardaway dominated from inside and shot 10-11 on two point attempts en route to 26 points. Tim hasn't been as consistent as Michigan would have hoped this season, but his newfound ability to get to the rim and score on mid-range shots has helped with his consistency and enabled him to notch his season-high in points last night.