Tonight's 90-60 win was the 165th meeting with Indiana. Overall, U-M trails in the series, 59-106. However, the Wolverines have a 45-38 all-time mark in games played at Crisler Center against the Hoosiers. The 30-point win was the second largest win over Indiana in program history.
Moe Wagner built up momentum for the Maize and Blue by scoring the first six points of the game.
Derrick Walton Jr. (1,155 points, 469 rebounds, and 384 assists) is on his way to becoming the first Wolverine to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, and 400 assists. After tonight, Walton is ranked 40th in school history for total points.
For the first time since Dec. 12, 2015 (Delaware State), six players scored in double figures: Walton (21), Wagner (14), Robinson (13), Abdur-Rahkman (12), Irvin (12), and Wilson (11). Tonight was also the first time since Feb. 21, 2016 (at Maryland) that all five starters scored in double figures.
U-M shot 63.3 percent (31-for-49) from the field, 55.0 percent (11-for-20) from three-point range, and 70.8 percent (17-for-24) from the line.
The Maize and Blue defense worked hard tonight finishing the night with six blocks, four of which came from DJ Wilson. U-M also had seven steals on the night.
U-M's 50-point first half was a season high achieved twice already this season against Marquette (Nov. 17) and UCLA (Dec. 10).
U-M finished the night with 22 points off turnovers and 17 points off offensive rebounds.
The Wolverine's defense forced 16 turnovers from the Hoosiers while only giving up six. Michigan continues to lead the country in fewest turnovers per game (9.24). Including tonight, U-M has had 10 or fewer turnovers in 15 games so far this season.
The Wolverines wrap up the week heading to East Lansing and the Breslin Center for a battle with Michigan State on Sunday, Jan. 29 on CBS at 1 p.m.