Indiana coach Archie Miller covered a variety of topics on his weekly radio show on Monday night.

The Hoosiers coach first addressed Indiana’s disappointing loss to Rutgers over the weekend. The defeat came just days after Indiana earned a road victory over No. 7 Iowa.

“It was an extremely high and extremely low week, but that’s what this league is about,” Miller said. “As you learn, you have to take the emotional roller-coaster out of it and evaluate what you did.”

Miller also discussed the upcoming schedule, which is no longer expected to include Michigan — at least not anytime soon. The Hoosiers and Wolverines were scheduled to meet on Saturday but Michigan’s athletic department is in the midst of a two-week pause due to a COVID-19 variant.

As a result, Indiana will not play a game between Jan. 24 and Feb. 2, when the Hoosiers are scheduled to face Illinois. Miller said he’s not expecting a schedule adjustment from the Big Ten.

Tip-off for Indiana-Illinois is 7 p.m. ET on Feb. 2.