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MICHIGAN (21 - 2) at WISCONSIN (16 - 7)
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MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-2+7.213-812-1077.737.050.3%
Road Games7-2+5.26-36-374.434.650.1%33.765.430.743.4%30.1
Last 5 Games4-1+12-22-371.833.048.1%32.462.829.643.3%32.4
Conference Games8-2+2.25-45-574.634.549.3%34.662.529.742.6%30.6
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.737.029-5850.3%8-2041.2%11-1670.3%3691512693
vs opponents surrendering65.63023-5542.4%6-1934.4%12-1867.8%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)74.434.627-5550.1%7-1837.6%13-1870.4%34813167113
Stats Against (All Games)60.228.123-5641.2%6-2031.5%8-1266.2%30812155123
vs opponents averaging68.132.124-5643.4%6-1833.7%14-2068.4%351013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)65.430.724-5443.4%7-2033.7%12-1670.9%30913167133

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-7-2.27-147-1067.532.142.7%36.956.225.340.0%32.3
Home Games12-2-3.65-73-671.135.144.3%39.650.621.036.8%30.1
Last 5 Games3-2-0.11-42-357.828.435.7%36.657.825.639.9%35.8
Conference Games7-3+4.83-73-760.027.839.2%35.856.125.039.8%34.6
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)67.532.124-5742.7%8-2234.4%11-1862.2%37111315694
vs opponents surrendering64.729.823-5541.7%6-1933.3%13-1868.8%33912177133
Team Stats (Home Games)71.135.126-5944.3%8-2235.8%11-1763.9%40121413795
Stats Against (All Games)56.225.321-5240.0%4-1330.6%10-1570.2%3278185123
vs opponents averaging68.832.525-5544.4%6-1834.1%14-1970.6%35913177134
Stats Against (Home Games)50.621.019-5236.8%4-1330.2%8-1266.3%3068185132
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN 74.8,  WISCONSIN 75.5
MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2012C MICHIGAN88-73W-26L138O35-6851.5%29328-5947.5%3815
1/3/2013@ NORTHWESTERN94-66W-9.5W128.5O34-5759.6%411224-5940.7%2512
1/13/2013@ OHIO ST53-56L1.5L137.5U18-4738.3%301322-5044.0%3012
1/17/2013@ MINNESOTA83-75W2.5W139O28-5154.9%251225-5248.1%3315
1/27/2013@ ILLINOIS74-60W-5.5W139.5U31-5952.5%351223-6237.1%3615
2/2/2013@ INDIANA73-81L5.5L145O30-7042.9%29826-5052.0%3816
2/5/2013OHIO ST76-74W-7L131.5O28-6046.7%321130-5851.7%3011
2/9/2013@ WISCONSIN              
2/12/2013@ MICHIGAN ST              
2/17/2013PENN ST              
2/27/2013@ PENN ST              
3/2/2013MICHIGAN ST              

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2012SAMFORD87-51W-29W -31-5952.5%43618-5135.3%2210
1/3/2013PENN ST60-51W-18.5L124U22-5738.6%32424-5246.2%3815
1/6/2013@ NEBRASKA47-41W-8.5L118U20-5337.7%38618-4936.7%358
1/15/2013@ INDIANA64-59W10.5W133U23-5145.1%28820-5437.0%3711
1/19/2013@ IOWA66-70L-1L127.5O25-5843.1%341222-5143.1%337
1/22/2013MICHIGAN ST47-49L-5L123U16-5429.6%35918-4738.3%3510
1/29/2013@ OHIO ST49-58L6L119U19-5236.5%26923-4551.1%3210
2/3/2013@ ILLINOIS74-68W-2W125.5O21-4942.9%38928-6443.7%329
2/14/2013@ MINNESOTA              
2/17/2013OHIO ST              
2/20/2013@ NORTHWESTERN              
MICHIGAN: John Beilein guided this team to a tie for first in last year's conference and even though just two starters are back, there is no shortage of ready-to-go talent on this Wolverines squad. While the team will really miss Zack Novak and Evan Smotryczk, last year's two leading scorers are back in the fold in Trey Burke (14.8 PPG, 4.6 APG) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (14.6 PPG), forming the conference's most dangerous backcourt duo as excellent dribble-drivers who combined to average nearly 3.5 three-pointers per game. Forward Jordan Morgan (7.3 PPG, 5.6 RPG) will remain a key role player while freshman SF Glenn Robinson III may be prove to be the most college-ready first-year player in the conference. With freshman Mitch McGary manning the post at 6-foot-10, this is a complete roster that has the ideal mix of veterans and young talent to still be balling in late March.
WISCONSIN: Head coach Bo Ryan's Badgers may not be able to match up to Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State in this year's Big Ten but they should be favored against the rest of the competition. Wisconsin's defense and slow tempo is legendary, holding opponents to a Division-I low 53.2 PPG, and that shouldn't change even without last year's leader Jordan Taylor, who had a team-high 14.8 PPG and 4.1 APG. Now it's time for Ryan Evans (11.0 PPG, 6.8 RPG) and Jared Berggren (10.5 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 1.7 BPG) to lead this team from the inside out. Despite standing at 6-foot-10 and playing center in a lot of Ryan's lineups, Berggren is also a threat on the perimeter, averaging 1.3 threes per game last year, where he will be especially needed considering sniper Josh Gasser, who played 34.1 MPG last year and nailed 45.2% of his shots from beyond the arc, is out for the year with a torn ACL. At 6-foot-7, freshman SF Sam Dekker will be a perfect addition to Ryan's style of play, giving this team a lengthy and flexible roster that should continue to play lockdown defense.
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*Michigan-Wisconsin Preview* ============================


Michigan (21-2) at Wisconsin (16-7), 12:00 p.m. EDT

Michigan snapped a long losing streak to Wisconsin last year, and ending another in Madison could mean a quick return to No. 1 in the nation.

The third-ranked Wolverines make their case to re-claim the top spot in the AP poll as they attempt to beat the Badgers on the road for the first time in 14 years Saturday morning local time.

Michigan (21-2, 8-2) was ranked No. 1 just last week, but last Saturday's 81-73 loss at then-No. 3 Indiana caused the Big Ten rivals to switch positions.

Now, the Wolverines have a chance to quickly supplant the Hoosiers since they lost 74-72 at Illinois on Thursday. Second-ranked Florida also fell two days prior, losing 80-69 at Arkansas.

Michigan bounced back from its loss to Indiana by edging No. 10 Ohio State 76-74 in overtime Tuesday.

"Just to come out and grit it out all the way to the end of regulation and in overtime, it shows a lot, how this team can stay together," said guard Trey Burke, who had 16 points while hitting 4 of 7 from 3-point range.

While a victory may be enough to put the Wolverines back atop the Top 25, they'll have to win at Kohl Center for the first time since Feb. 27, 1999. They've dropped 10 in a row there, being outscored by an average of 14.7 points.

Tim Hardaway Jr.'s 17 points and 10 rebounds helped Michigan end a 10-game overall slide to the Badgers (16-7, 7-3), winning 59-41 at home on Jan. 8, 2012.

The junior guard had 23 points while sinking 6 of 9 3s against the Buckeyes, and his average of 16.0 points and 43.1 percent from long range are among the best in the conference.

The Badgers, though, allow a conference-low 56.2 points per game while yielding 30.6 percent from beyond the arc. Michigan's 41.2 percent from long range is second in the Big Ten.

Coach John Beilein feels Michigan will need to be efficient in order to deal with of Wisconsin's ability to slow down the game with its swing offense.

"You're not going probably score as many points as usual," he said. "You're not going to get as many shots. It's going to be lower possession times, so your turnovers and your value of the ball is important. You have to take quality shots."

"Wisconsin is the best I've ever seen with 1 on the shot clock, and still getting a good shot up."

The Badgers are 12-2 at home, outscoring opponents by 20.5 points per game while holding them to 36.8 percent from the floor.

They continued that success Wednesday, limiting Iowa to 33.8 percent shooting - 5 for 23 from behind the arc - on their way to a 74-70 double-overtime win. Wisconsin, however, wasn't any better from the field, making 33.8 percent and 7 of 25 from long range.

"Shot selection became a little scary, but we just hung on, hung on, and hung on some more," coach Bo Ryan said. "They'll say it, they didn't quit. We made some shots and gave ourselves a chance."

Ben Brust will try to continue his productive stretch. The junior guard had 18 points against the Hawkeyes after scoring 20 in Sunday's 74-68 victory at Illinois, reaching double digits in back-to-back games for the first time since doing so in three straight from Nov. 28-Dec. 4.

He mustered only six points off the bench against Michigan last season, while Jared Berggren finished with three points and five boards while hitting 1 of 6 from the field.

The senior big man had 16 points and a season-high 14 rebounds Wednesday.

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