The Wolverines won 59-41 after outscoring the Badgers 34-22 in the second half. Wisconsin missed its first seven shots in the second half and never had a chance after Michigan extended their six-point halftime lead to 13.
Michigan won the rebound battle 34-27 and had 15 (!) more attempts (and makes) at the free throw line. Wisconsin shot just 31-percent and turned it over 12 times.
Tim Hardaway Jr. had a double-double for the Wolverines with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
Jordan Taylor was the leading scorer for the Badgers with 12 points.
Michigan will stay at home to play the Northwestern Wildcats on Wednesday.