Michigan Basketball: 10 Lessons Learned from the Win Over Michigan State

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Michigan Basketball: 10 Lessons Learned from the Win Over Michigan State
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Trey Burke made two big plays when the Michigan Wolverines needed them the most.

The Michigan Wolverines were determined to avenge their 23-point loss to the Michigan State Spartans earlier this season, and thanks to sophomore point guard Trey Burke's heroics, the Maize and Blue pulled out a 58-57 victory in a thriller at the Crisler Center on Sunday.

After giving up 84 points to the Penn State Nittany Lions on Wednesday, who have the worst offense in the Big Ten Conference, the Wolverines finally showed they could play defense well enough to take down a top-10 opponent.

The victory also extended Michigan's school record for consecutive home wins to 17 games, and the Wolverines kept their record at the Crisler Center unblemished for the 2012-13 season.

What else did we learn about the Wolverines from their win over the Spartans, though? Click ahead to find out!

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