No. 2 MI beats No. 21 IN 74-63 To Stay Unbeaten

Doug Mendoza
January 10, 2019

The Indiana Hoosiers are going to have to have their best game of the year if they hope to compete with MI, let alone take down the Wolverines in their own home.

Michigan, who led by 15 points the majority of the game, took down the Hoosiers 74-63 on Sunday.

"We're not ready to be tough at the beginning of the game", Miller said after the game.

"We have to make sure to close out on all their shooters", Brazdeikis said.

Miller said all three players entered the game ready to play and did their part for the team, but he wished they made a larger offensive imprint.

Jaelynn Penn scored 17 points including a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute to give in a 68-64 victory over No. 15 Michigan State on Sunday.

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Brandon Johns, a freshman, stepped up in his place and put forth a solid performance, with eight rebounds and eight points. Juwan Morgan led the Hoosiers with a game-high 25 points as Romeo Langford was limited to 17 points due to foul trouble. "We take a punch, maybe a few too many and then get up off the ground". What goes down Sunday may help reshape how we see the conference race unfolding. IN will have more depth when center De'Ron Davis and guard Rob Phinisee return from injuries.

"We just miss his presence out on the floor", Langford said of Phinisee. He had to play because Livers was out and center Jon Teske and his backup, Austin Davis, were in foul trouble while trying to defend Morgan.

"There's an argument for him to be the first big man off the bench after the way he played", Beilein said.

"If we play defense like we did (on Thursday), we will have a chance", MI coach John Beilein said.

Romero Langford added 17 points and six rebounds, while Justin Smith scored six points and matched his season-high with nine rebounds for the (12-3, 3-1) who had won seven straight since losing at Duke on November 27.

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