The No. 7 Michigan Wolverines were one rotation of the basketball away from winning a second straight Big Ten Conference title, but missed free-throws led to the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers pulling out a 72-71 victory.
The Maize and Blue managed to blow a five-point lead in less than one minute to miss out on another league championship banner.
Sophomore point guard Trey Burke poured in 20 points, but did he do enough to remain the favorite to win the Big Ten's player of the year award?
What should we make of freshman small forward Glenn Robinson III's recent hot streak? Are the Wolverines still a Final Four contender?
We learned the answers to those questions and seven others in Michigan's loss to Indiana on Sunday.