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MICHIGAN (20 - 1) at INDIANA (19 - 2)
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MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-1+7.213-610-1078.037.651.0%36.758.627.640.3%29.2
Road Games7-1+6.26-25-374.634.951.3%34.263.530.042.5%29.1
Last 5 Games4-1+1.23-11-469.232.249.4%
Conference Games7-1+2.25-23-574.635.450.7%35.658.728.740.4%29.7
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)78.037.629-5751.0%8-2040.8%12-1770.5%3791512693
vs opponents surrendering66.130.124-5542.8%6-1834.5%12-1867.6%351013176143
Team Stats (Road Games)74.634.927-5351.3%7-1838.7%13-1969.7%34813157123
Stats Against (All Games)58.627.623-5640.3%6-2130.7%7-1163.7%29812155123
vs opponents averaging67.431.624-5642.8%6-1833.1%13-2067.9%351013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)63.530.023-5542.5%7-2033.1%10-1567.5%29913177123

INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-2-5.510-97-884.042.450.0%40.360.427.937.4%30.0
Home Games13-1-37-54-487.345.351.9%41.558.628.236.6%29.4
Last 5 Games4-1-31-42-374.037.446.2%36.460.426.441.0%29.0
Conference Games7-1-12-63-575.139.546.4%37.162.426.639.1%31.6
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)84.042.428-5650.0%8-1842.3%20-2873.5%401116178133
vs opponents surrendering64.929.523-5442.0%6-1833.4%13-1968.6%34912187143
Team Stats (Home Games)87.345.330-5751.9%8-1941.6%20-2773.7%411217168144
Stats Against (All Games)60.427.922-5837.4%6-2030.9%11-1568.9%30910217163
vs opponents averaging67.331.724-5642.8%6-1933.6%13-2067.9%361013187134
Stats Against (Home Games)58.628.221-5836.6%6-2129.4%10-1565.9%2999217163
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN 73.3,  INDIANA 73.3
MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2012*W VIRGINIA81-66W-10W129O28-5056.0%321420-5238.5%2913
12/20/2012E MICHIGAN93-54W-25W117.5O35-6950.7%441122-6235.5%3018
12/29/2012C MICHIGAN88-73W-26L138O35-6851.5%29328-5947.5%3815
1/3/2013@ NORTHWESTERN94-66W-9.5W128.5O34-5759.6%411224-5940.7%2512
1/13/2013@ OHIO ST53-56L1.5L137.5U18-4738.3%301322-5044.0%3012
1/17/2013@ MINNESOTA83-75W2.5W139O28-5154.9%251225-5248.1%3315
1/27/2013@ ILLINOIS74-60W-5.5W139.5U31-5952.5%351223-6237.1%3615
2/2/2013@ INDIANA              
2/5/2013OHIO ST              
2/9/2013@ WISCONSIN              
2/12/2013@ MICHIGAN ST              
2/17/2013PENN ST              

INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/19/2012MOUNT ST MARYS93-54W-30.5W147P36-5170.6%411917-5431.5%1817
12/21/2012FLA ATLANTIC88-52W-32.5W144.5U28-5550.9%411519-5633.9%2816
12/31/2012@ IOWA69-65W-7L152.5U26-6540.0%461521-6333.3%3912
1/7/2013@ PENN ST74-51W-16.5W138.5U22-4252.4%331719-6031.7%3519
1/20/2013@ NORTHWESTERN67-59W-12.5L137.5U20-4247.6%36620-4940.8%246
1/23/2013PENN ST72-49W-24.5L138.5U20-4445.5%391817-5133.3%3218
1/27/2013MICHIGAN ST75-70W-10L135.5O27-5350.9%311627-6045.0%3219
1/30/2013@ PURDUE97-60W-7.5W136.5O33-6749.3%39822-5540.0%2918
2/7/2013@ ILLINOIS              
2/10/2013@ OHIO ST              
2/19/2013@ MICHIGAN ST              
MICHIGAN: John Beilein guided this team to a tie for first in last year's conference and even though just two starters are back, there is no shortage of ready-to-go talent on this Wolverines squad. While the team will really miss Zack Novak and Evan Smotryczk, last year's two leading scorers are back in the fold in Trey Burke (14.8 PPG, 4.6 APG) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (14.6 PPG), forming the conference's most dangerous backcourt duo as excellent dribble-drivers who combined to average nearly 3.5 three-pointers per game. Forward Jordan Morgan (7.3 PPG, 5.6 RPG) will remain a key role player while freshman SF Glenn Robinson III may be prove to be the most college-ready first-year player in the conference. With freshman Mitch McGary manning the post at 6-foot-10, this is a complete roster that has the ideal mix of veterans and young talent to still be balling in late March.
INDIANA: Say hello to the preseason No. 1 team in the nation. Tom Crean took a huge leap with last year's team, winning 15 more games than the previous season. And with four returning starters and the team's five leading scorers coming back, another giant leap is in the works. Cody Zeller (15.6 PPG, 6.6 RPG) was phenomenal in his freshman campaign, making 62.3% of his field goals and averaging more than a block and steal per game. He's joined in the frontcourt by Christian Watford (12.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG), while Jordan Hulls (11.7 PPG, 3.3 APG) and Victor Oladipo (10.8 PPG, 5.3 RPG 1.4 SPG) form a dangerous backcourt tandem. What makes this squad so threatening though is that Crean adds an elite crew of reinforcements. After missing all of last season with injuries, Maurice Creek is back and, when healthy, he might be the best pure scorer on the team'when he was healthy in his freshman year in 2009-2010, he averaged 16.4 PPG. And with top recruits Yogi Ferrell, Jeremy Hollowell and Hanner Mosquera-Perea, this is a team with both significant talent and depth.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (MICHIGAN-INDIANA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

(Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.)

*Michigan-Indiana Preview* ==========================


Michigan (20-1) at Indiana (19-2), 9:00 p.m. EDT

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Indiana should be getting used to all this.

Students lining up in chilly temperatures long before tip-off so they can see America's No. 1 team play at Assembly Hall. A nationally televised game that will become the focal point of the college basketball universe for one day. And the Hoosiers vying again for the Big Ten lead.

On Saturday, it's all about facing Michigan.

"It's going to be a big game, and I really can't wait for it," freshman guard Kevin Ferrell said.

Nobody in Bloomington can.

After stumbling in December against Butler and again early in conference Wisconsin, the Hoosiers (18-2, 7-1) have been trying to play their way back to the No. 1 spot they held through the first month of the season. A win Saturday might finally get them back on top, and Indiana is playing its best basketball of the season.

National player of the year candidate Cody Zeller broke out of his two-game shooting funk Wednesday night, dominating the middle against Purdue. Not surprisingly, his inside presence opened things up for the Hoosiers' 3-point shooters, who knocked down a season-high 12 against the Boilermakers. Indiana's vastly improved defense continues to play well, too, ranking 12th nationally in defensive field goal percentage (37.3).

The result: Indiana slugged it out with then-No. 13 Michigan State on Sunday before pulling away for a 75-70 victory, moved up four spots to No. 3 in Monday's AP poll and then handed Purdue its worst ever home loss, 97-60.

If they can beat a No. 1 team at home for the second time in 14 months, the Hoosiers will sweep their biggest week of the season.

"Everybody can play, they can run, shoot, play defense, they can do everything," Indiana guard Jordan Hulls said of Michigan. "So you know we're excited for this opportunity."

Michigan is playing well, too.

Since losing at No. 15 Ohio State on Jan. 13, following their first perfect nonconference season since 1985-86, the Wolverines (20-1, 7-1) have won four straight - including their last three by at least 14 points. Sophomore guard Trey Burke is averaging 17.9 points and 7.1 assists and, like Zeller, is a national player of the year candidate and a preseason All-American.

A win would allow Michigan to retain its first No. 1 ranking since 1992-93, the second season of the Fab Five, for a second straight week.

Plus, the winner would take sole possession of the conference lead at the midway mark.

"We're looking forward to it. It's going to be a lot of hype. It's going to be a really hectic crowd and atmosphere," Burke said. "I know guys are ready. Indiana's a really good team. We'll be ready for them. It should be a fun game."

And perhaps another milestone in a series that has had its share of memorable moments.

The only other time Michigan faced Indiana as the No. 1 team came Feb. 15, 1965, and the Wolverines won 96-95 in overtime over the eighth-ranked Hoosiers.

There was Indiana's victory in the 1976 national championship game, the first of Bob Knight's three national titles and the last undefeated season in major college basketball. There was Michigan's 65-52 victory on Jan. 24, 1995, which ended Indiana's 50-game winning streak at Assembly Hall. And, of course, there was the early 1990s rivalry between the Indiana teams led by Calbert Cheaney and Damon Bailey and the Wolverines teams with the Fab Five. Indiana went 3-1 in those two years.

Historically, though, things have not gone well for the Hoosiers in these contests.

Indiana is 2-5 all-time against No. 1 teams in Bloomington and a win Saturday would make these upperclassmen the first players in school history to beat two No. 1 teams at home and the first to beat No. 1 teams in two straight regular seasons. Indiana beat Michigan State at home on a last-second shot in January 2001 and Duke in the 2002 NCAA tournament. Christian Watford hit the buzzer-beating 3-pointer to upset No. 1 Kentucky last season.

The Hoosiers have only faced a No. 1 team twice before when they were ranked No. 3: Losing at Iowa in January 1987 and beating UNLV in the Final Four two months later.

Indiana understands what it's up against this time, too.

Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr., Glenn Robinson III and Nik Stauskas are all averaging double figures and are ready to prove they really are America's best team.

"We know they're a talented team. They're on top of the Big Ten," Zeller said.

The question is will the Wolverines have everyone on deck?

Forward Jordan Morgan, Michigan's second-leading rebounder, missed Wednesday's game against Northwestern with a sprained right ankle and his status for Saturday remains uncertain.

"He's going to try and do some things with us today," coach John Beilein said. "We won't know until he moves out there a little bit."

But the Hoosiers aren't worried about injuries, the buildup or the outside influences.

If they've learned anything over this past season and a half, it's this: Be themselves.

"It's a great opportunity," Hulls said. "It's going to be a fun atmosphere and we're definitely excited about it."

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