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Five takeaways from Indiana’s loss to Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Indiana continued its disastrous play away from home Sunday afternoon at the Crisler Center, falling to Michigan 89-65 in another road showing that was devoid of competitive play from the Hoosiers.

Indiana, now 16-9 overall and 6-8 in the Big Ten, was out-rebounded by 16 and also struggled to get production from two of its most potent offensive players. Freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis took just three shots and scored five points in the loss, while senior Devonte Green followed up his 27-point outing against Iowa with a 1-7 showing from the field, helping waste a career day from senior teammate De’Ron Davis.