The 68-62 win over Furman tonight is Coach Beilein's 750th career win. He currently has 492 at the Division I level, just eight away from the coveted 500 plateau.
This was the first meeting between Michigan and the Furman Paladins.
Six Wolverines put points on the board today, including three in double digits: Wagner (18), Irvin (16), and Walton Jr. (13).
Derrick Walton Jr. is getting closer to becoming the first Wolverine to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, and 400 assists. After tonight's game Walton has totals of 1,043 points, 432 rebounds, and 360 assists.
The Maize and Blue shot a perfect 16-for-16 from the line, which is the first time U-M shot 100 percent since March 12, 2015 against Illinois. U-M is 80.1 percent (177-for-221) when shooting free throws so far this season.
Michigan has had 10 or fewer turnovers in eight games this season, including tonight's five.
Duncan Robinson had a season-high four assists, ending the night with two rebounds and eight points.
The Wolverines had a 23-6 edge in points off turnovers against the Paladins, causing 13 miscues while only giving up five.
U-M opens Big Ten play on New Year's Day (Jan. 1), traveling to Iowa City for its conference opener at Iowa.