Feb. 9, 2013
Michigan played in back-to-back overtime games for the first time since the 1999-2000 season. The Wolverines defeated Ohio State, 76-74, in overtime on Feb. 5.
U-M lost consecutive games away from Ann Arbor for the first time since dropping the final two contests of the 2011-12 campaign to Ohio State and Ohio, respectively.
Today's loss marks the first of the season after holding a halftime lead.
The Wolverines have fallen 11 consecutive times on the road at Wisconsin.
Michigan and Wisconsin each tallied 39 total rebounds in the game. It marks the second time this season the Wolverines have tied an opponent in the rebounding battle.
Michigan's largest lead of the game was six points when the Wolverines led, 55-49. Wisconsin held a nine-point advantage in the first half, 23-14.
U-M surrendered just seven turnovers, the 14th contest with 10 or fewer this season.
Trey Burke led the team with four assists today and has now notched four or more assists in all but one contest this season.
With a team-leading 19 points today, Burke has scored at least 15 points in all 11 Big Ten games this season, the only conference player to accomplish the feat. He also remains the only Wolverine to score in double figures in every game this season.
Tim Hardaway Jr.'s 18 points put him nine past Maceo Baston (1,340) on the all-time Michigan scoring list, moving into 25th place. He now has 1,349 career points.
Mitch McGary scored in double figures for the second straight game and for the fourth time this season, totaling 12 points. He added a team-best eight rebounds.
McGary has recorded two or more steals in seven games, notching three today.
Max Bielfeldt recorded a career-high 18 minutes played.
Jon Horford started his fourth straight game.
Jordan Morgan did not play due to his ankle injury.
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