Lessons Learned from Michigan's Home defeat against Purdue  

 Against No. 3 Purdue, the Michigan Wolverines fought hard in their final regular season game.  

 Michigan outscored Purdue in the second half but lost their fifth straight, 84-76. 

 Purdue, a top team this season, beat the Wolverines by 32 in Mackey Arena a month ago.  

 Despite Zach Edey's dominance in the paint, Michigan stayed competitive against DraftKings' 13.5-point favorite Boilermakers.  

 Edey is one of college basketball's hardest to guard at 7'4".  

 Center Tarris Reed Jr.'s two early fouls kept him out for most of the first half, making it harder for Michigan.

 The excellent big man Edey scored 35 points and 15 rebounds for the Boilermakers, outpacing the Wolverines.  

 Will Tschetter, Tray Jackson, and Jace Howard physically challenged him inside, but Purdue moved the ball well and Edey had terrific post positioning.  

 Reed, Tschetter, and Nimari Burnett each picked up three fouls in the first half, as most teams have against Purdue this year.   

 Reed and Tschetter fouled out late in the second half, with Reed's fifth foul questionable.

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