Indiana Basketball: Hoosiers fall to MI 74-63

Indiana Basketball: Hoosiers fall to MI 74-63

Indiana Basketball: Hoosiers fall to MI 74-63

But as good as Langford has been, he hasn't seen anything like what he will face at MI. The Hoosiers return to action on Friday night at Maryland.

After the No. 21 Hoosiers' 74-63 loss to No. 2 MI at Crisler Arena on Sunday, Miller pointed to offensive execution and defensive will, and he came right up to the edge of questioning his players' manhood.

Morgan also got into early foul trouble and when both he and Langford were on the bench the Wolverines went on a 12-3 run in less than three minutes.

Langford (17 points and 6 rebounds) and Morgan (25 points and 8 rebounds), the only two players in double-figures for the Hoosiers, showed a great deal of toughness keeping in in the game for most of the second half. "They have a lot of good talent on their team and we need to make sure they don't get open shots".

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MI got Indiana's best players in foul trouble in the opening minutes and took full advantage, building a cushion it used to stay undefeated.

"The beginning of the game, we're not tough enough", Miller said.

That means that the Wolverines are winning their games by an average of points per game. "Now that's not going to work for us down the road". He had to play because 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. But while opponents like the and Jacksonville University during non-conference play presented opportunities for IU to overcome sluggish starts due to a talent gap, that wasn't the case Sunday and likely won't occur often in Big Ten play. It'll probably be low scoring, given how MI grinds their opponents down, and IN will have to play at a level that it has yet to hit if it wants to topple the Wolverines.

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