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IU leads at halftime

Indiana leads Michigan 36-32 at halftime of a matchup between top three teams Saturday at Assembly Hall.

Cody Zeller has 11 points to lead the way for the No. 3 Hoosiers. Victor Oladipo has nine points.

Trey Burke has 14 points to lead No. 1 Michigan.

Indiana made its first six shots – four of them three-pointers – to race to an 18-7 lead. Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell made two three-pointers during the stretch.

IU stretched the lead to 15 points with 11:18 to go.

Michigan used a 10-0 run to get back into the game. A dunk by Jon Horford got the Wolverines within 28-23 with 5:37 left in the half.

The Hoosiers turned the ball over 11 times, resulting in 12 Michigan points.

The Wolverines made just 2 of 11 three-pointers. The second was by Burke at the end of the first half to cut IU's lead to four points.