Michigan started off the game well against Indiana on Thursday, but didn’t finish the game on a strong note. After leading 41-28 at halftime, the Wolverines collapsed in the 2nd half and would go on to lose to the Hoosiers 74-69 when it was all said and done.

Following the game, head coach Juwan Howard was asked about his team’s performance. Michigan finished the game with 12 turnovers, and shot 37.9% from the field. There were also stretches in the 2nd half where the Wolverines just couldn’t score the ball. The Wolverines finished the game after being outscored 46-28 in the 2nd half by Indiana.

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Howard was asked about what he thinks about his team’s NCAA tournament chances among other things. He also discussed how his team can move on from the loss. Now at 17-14, Michigan will wait and see what the NCAA Tournament Committee will decide to do.

Here’s what Howard said following the loss to Indiana: