Sports
by Andy Moore on March 10, 2013

A game that was back-and-forth all afternoon seemed to be ready to break Michigan's way in the final minute. Up three in front of a ridiculously loud Ann Arbor crowd, Tim Hardaway Jr. walked to the line with 38 seconds left for two free throws.

Brick. Cody Zeller scored two on the other end. Then, with 28 seconds left, UM's Trey Burke went up to the charity stripe for two free throws. Brick. Zeller hit a runner to put Indiana up one. (Michigan went 1-for-4 from the line in the final minute.)

It all came down to one more chance for Michigan—but Burke's wild runner and Jordan Morgan's so-close tip-in couldn't hit their mark.

Crazy, nuts finish. And once again, Indiana breaks the Wolverines' hearts.

Andy Moore

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