On the strength of dazzling performances by Trey Burke and Glenn Robinson III, the Michigan Wolverines dominated the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes, 95-67, on Sunday afternoon before a packed house of 12,693 fans at Crisler Center in Ann Arbor. The victory kept the Wolverines perfect on the season at 15-0, and moved them to 2-0 in Big Ten action.
Burke, a sophomore, accounted for 19 points and 12 assists, while Robinson III, a freshman, tallied 20 points and 10 rebounds for his first career "double-double." U-M owned a big advantage throughout the contest on the glass, out-rebounding the Hawkeyes, 41-24. It also had a solid day in terms of shooting percentage, finishing at 58.1 percent overall, including 10 of 22 on three-point attempts.
Also making notable scoring contributions for the No. 2-ranked Maize and Blue were junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. with 19 points and freshman guard Nik Stauskas with 13 points. Leading the way for the Hawkeyes were a pair of its guards, Roy Devyn Marble and Anthony Clemmons, with 14 and 12 points, respectively. Learn more about the game in a comprehensive recap on U-M's official athletic website, MGoBlue.com.
Michigan will host Nebraska in another Big Ten contest on Wednesday, after which the team will take to the road for games against Ohio State and Minnesota. Stay current with Wolverine men's basketball on Facebook and Twitter.