Men's Basketball

Indiana senior Max Bielfeldt helped give the Hoosiers momentum to defeat Michigan 80-67 at Crisler Center on Tuesday.

In the 18 minutes Bielfeldt played, his Hoosiers outscored the Michigan men’s basketball team by 25.

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Indiana used a 28-0 run that stretched from the 9:05 mark in the first half to the 18:36 mark in the second to cruise to an 80-67 win.

After four years playing at Michigan, Max Bielfeldt will suit up for Indiana when the Hoosiers visit Crisler Center on Tuesday.

Bielfeldt, who is finishing out his college eligibility with Indiana as a graduate transfer, will return to Ann Arbor when Michigan hosts the Hoosiers on Tuesday.

Derrick Walton Jr. will match up with Indiana point guard Yogi Ferrell on Tuesday.

Sitting at exactly the midway point in conference play, the Wolverines face a two-game stretch of top-25 talent.

Madison Square Garden was kind to both the Michigan men's basketball and hockey teams this weekend.

In its first real taste of exclusively Big Ten action — Michigan played two non-conference games at MSG in 2012 — the five boroughs showed it could be a great spot for this Power Five conference.

Sophomore guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman takes the ball up the floor in Michigan's win over Penn State on January 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Abdur-Rahkman’s impeccable post awareness isn’t a new sight for the Wolverines, but it was especially helpful in a game where the Wolverines made just six 3-pointers

Junior forward Zak Irvin celebrates after a second half shot during Michigan's victory over Penn State at Madison Square Garden on January 30.

After the Wolverines controlled most of the game, the Nittany Lions gave them a late scare.

The Wolverines are 17-11 all-time at Madison Square Garden.

Sophomore guard Aubrey Dawkins is known for his flashy dunks.

Modest as he is, Dawkins’ arsenal is hardly limited.

Sophomore forward Aubrey Dawkins leads up to a dunk only for the ball to bounce off the rim during the Wolverine's game against Rutgers on Wednesday. Michigan won, 68-57.

After coming off the bench with just under 12 minutes left in the frame, Dawkins wasted little time in making his presence felt.