Michigan upset Indiana in the Big Ten Quarterfinal 72-69 on Kameron Chatman’s three-pointer as time expired.
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The Wolverines kept up with the Hoosiers for the entire game and took advantage of a key missed free throw by Indiana’s Yogi Ferrel late in the game. Duncan Robinson then tied the game at 69 with a three-pointer and Michigan came away with a steal on the subsequent possession.
Zak Irvin led Michigan with 17 points as the Wolverines, seeded No. 8 in the Big Ten Tournament, played great on-ball defense against No. 1 Indiana. The Hoosiers committed 15 turnovers and shot just 23.5 percent from three-point range en route to a stunning loss.
As a result, Michigan moves one step closer to getting back to the NCAA Tournament and a step away from being on the wrong side of the bubble. Next for the Wolverines is either Illinois and Purdue and given the momentum Michigan has, it’s hard to imagine them not winning in the semifinal.
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