Will be updated. With AP Photos.
Speaking of Wagner, the MI forward had another strong game, recording a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds. The Wolverines (20-7, 9-5) won on the road for the first time since upsetting Michigan State on January 13. Wisconsin pulled to within eight at one point on the back of Ethan Happ and his season high 29 points.
Robinson scored 16 points and made all four of his 3s in the first half, Moe Wagner had 20 points and 11 rebounds and No. 20 MI rode a hot-shooting start for an 83-72 win on Sunday.
Wisconsin trimmed the deficit to single digits three times in the final 1:05 - aided by two MI fouls on 3-point attempts - but the Wolverines were able to put it away with two free throws apiece from Abdur-Rahkman, Ibi Watson and Jordan Poole down the stretch as they finished 18-for-24 from the free-throw line. Kyle Hayton played the remaining 44:22 and allowed four goals on 23 shots. But the Badgers could not trim the deficit to single digits until an Aleem Ford 3-pointer with 2:36 to go.
"You can't figure out how to guard him and how to play him", said MI head coach John Beilein.
MI outrebounded Wisconsin 17-9 in the first half.
Happ had his way in the paint down the stretch with an array of baseline drives and post moves.
Brevin Pritzl scored 13 and Brad Davison chipped in 10.
The lead held through the first intermission and into the second period, until Minnesota scored at the 1:56 mark to tie the game at one apiece. MI didn't double-team Happ often, as other opponents have done this year, though Happ did miss some easy looks inside in the first half.
The Wolverines started 12 of 16 overall and 7 of 9 from 3-point range. Robinson was 5 of 9 from the field, including 4 of 7 from 3, in his first start since January 9 against Purdue. If Michigan hopes to pass the Cornhuskers, they may just need to win out. The Wolverines secured a road victory in the series for just the second time since 2000, with a 77-70 victory over the then-No. In fact, MI hasn't beat the Badgers on their home floor since 2014.
Not even a 12-0 second-half run could lift the Badgers after a sluggish first half doomed them in an 83-72 loss to Michigan Sunday afternoon at the Kohl Center.
MI made seven of its first nine 3-pointers, finishing 8-for-14 for the half. Wagner was 3 of 6 from 3-point range before fouling out with 39 seconds left. Wisconsin limited MI to 33, but the Wolverines were much stingier on the glass, allowing 23 rebounds for the Badgers.