Michigan gets a revenge on Wisconsin with a late boom

ANN ARBOR – The best revenge of cheese circuits and a glass of milk is a dish.

Michigan hit Wisconsin 61-52 at the Crisler Center on Saturday, but three weeks after the first break of the season brought by the Badgers to Michigan.

Charles Matthews 16 made 18 points in the second half, and he and Jon Teske (17 points, 12 rebounds) met for just eight of the second half of Michigan's points.

Many like the first meeting, this one was tight until the last minute. Wisconsin did not have a second half leadership, but the Wolverines did not go away until late.

Ethan Happ led Wisconsin to a 18-point shooting 18-point, but sat for just nine minutes in the second half after picking up his third dirty.

Michigan beat four 3 to take control of each other, but a shot of 0 in 10 deep in the second half. Matthews and Teske made sure Michigan (21-2, 11-2) was still hit. They scored 30 of the first 34 points of Michigan after half a degree.

The Wolverines came back at eighteen early in the first half. They did not have any answers for the Future (14 first points) soon. The front scorer, Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan will not see the Shoes in the Big Ten Tournament. He was unsuccessful in the first meeting and made one shot in 33 minutes on Saturday. Despite changing shoes at the same time, his shot could not fall.

Jordan Poole made 10 points and nine career quotes for Michigan.

Coach Michigan John Beilein said the winner was the team who made the smallest mistakes. The Wolverines only gave five visitors; Seven of Wisconsin were. Michigan had only nine hundred staff; Wolverine did not take more than two.

Other significant status: Michigan was only nine dirty, resulting in only two extra free in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin, ranked 19 in the country, the Big Ten fell 17-7 and 9-4. The Toys went on Saturday on a six-game winning series, one that started with a 64-54 win over Michigan in Madison on January 19. The Badgers scored the last seven final points in the afternoon. Michigan game closed Sunday on a 10-2 run.

Matthews beat a basic base with the clock clock running down to give 90-50 edge to Michigan with 90 seconds to go. Michigan must miss, and Wisconsin's downturn, Matthews met another step when the shot bell expired.

The final points (exclamation) arrived at a alley-oop doll at Isaiah Livers.

At 18:26 marks the second half, Happ went to the bench with his third lie. Less than a few minutes later, Brad Davison, Wisconsin, who has a good reputation with some of the issues that was worried about this season, was for Jon Teske toys. Michigan got two free girls and the ball, and scored four points off the offense.

The Teske and one Michigan bucket put forward five, 36-31, and 14:35 left. It was not possible to guide Michigan, however, even to Happ on the bench for more than nine minutes.

It was possible to connect it at the free throw line but it could not be converted. On the other hand, Matthews started and got a Teske with a nice boot pass. The big man finished by contact and made it free to make it 49-45 and 5:57 left.

Combine Teske and Matthews with a score of 22 of the first 24 points of Michigan in the second half.

The eight eight-fifths of Wisconsin made the 10-5 lead shoes. The second pole goes the deficit to 13-9. Michigan first demanded 20-19, at the 9:06 mark on selection food and a roll from Simpson to Teske. The crowd of exhaustion, who spent many of the minutes that were compatible with the symptoms, roared in approval.

The team dropped blows for the rest of the half and went into their dispute rooms attached to 27.

Michigan visits Penn State on Tuesday.

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