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Taking a look at Michigan

Indiana faces Michigan for the second time in two weeks. The game is at 9 p.m. Thursday at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It can be seen on ESPN.

Indiana won the first meeting 71-65 on New Year's Eve. The Wolverines are 2-2 in Big Ten play, beating Ohio State and Penn State before letting a large lead slip away Sunday against Northwestern.

Forward DeShawn Sims was named the Big Ten Player of the Week after averaging 21 points, 7 rebounds and 1.5 blocks. Sims had 21 points, but fouled out, in the first meeting with Indiana.

Manny Harris leads the Wolverines in scoring, averaging 19.7 points. Harris had 13 points in the Dec. 31 game.

The Wolverines went 9 for 28 on three-point shooting in the first game with IU. The Hoosiers had a big day on the foul line, hitting more foul shots (20) than the Wolverines attempted (15).

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