Morgan, one of the most accurate shooters in the Big Ten at 67.6 percent from the field, but is shooting 4 of 12 at halftime.
With some better performances from its best players (Langford and Morgan shot a combined 33 percent in the first half) and a renewed intensity on defense, in may yet make this a game.
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"We're just anxious about getting better", Poole said.
The 11th highest scoring duo in the country, Romeo Langford and Juwan Morgan had two fouls each before the under 16 minute media timeout, putting the Hoosiers in a hole early on. He has also proven to be a rugged defender who could see some time guarding Langford and IN senior Juwan Morgan, who is averaging 16.1 points per game.
"We're just anxious about getting better", Poole said via The AP.
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In fact, Michigan, which many believe has a case to be the No. 1 team in the country, is just one win away from matching the school's best-ever start.
MI led 44-29 at halftime and didn't have much trouble keeping a comfortable cushion after halftime in part because Morgan picked up his third and fourth fouls.
Morgan also got into early foul trouble and when both he and Langford were on the bench the Wolverines went on a 12-3 run in less than three minutes.
Miller lamented his team getting off to another poor start.
That means that the Wolverines are winning their games by an average of points per game. IN will have more depth when center De'Ron Davis and guard Rob Phinisee return from injuries. MI is 14-0 and winners of, well, you can do the math there.
"We just miss his presence out on the floor", Langford said of Phinisee.