Both went to the bench with two fouls early in the game and Morgan was limited even more in the second half because he had two more fouls while trying to defend shots from the perimeter, decisions that were costly.
Michigan, who led by 15 points the majority of the game, took down the Hoosiers 74-63 on Sunday.
"We gotta be a little bit tougher", Miller said.
In each of IU's last eight wins, the Hoosiers have come back from a deficit of at least five points.
All of that being said, the players aren't anxious about the ideal record as much as they do about getting better with each and every game.
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"We set the tone and we got their two big guys in foul trouble", MI coach John Beilein said. "Now that's not going to work for us down the road".
The Hoosiers were missing freshmen Rob Phinisee, Jake Forrester, Race Thompson and Jerome Hunter for Sunday's game, along with junior forward De'Ron Davis, who informed Miller after warm-ups he could not play due to an ankle injury.
"Kareem (Abdul-Jabbar) would be proud", Beilein said.
The dominance of Michigan's defense through the first 11 games of the year was nothing short of incredible.
Coming into the year, MI had plenty of individual players who were expected to be stars and the majority of them lived up to the billing, with fifth-year senior defensive end Chase Winovich (17 tackles for loss and five sacks), junior linebacker Devin Bush (nine tackles for loss and five sacks) and junior cornerback David Long (first-team All-Big Ten selection from the coaches) serving as the best examples.