Mo Wagner scored 14 of his 15 points after a awful first half and fifth-seeded Michigan moved within a game of its second straight Big Ten Tournament title with a 75-64 victory over top-seeded Michigan State on Saturday, ending the No. 2 ranked Spartans' 13-game winning streak.
Duncan Robinson made Michigan's only field goal in overtime, a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:15 left, and the fifth-seeded Wolverines (25-7) advanced to the quarterfinals.
The Spartans picked up their 13th straight win by getting past Wisconsin, 63-60.
Senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman and sophomore guard Zavier Simpson also scored 15 points as the fifth-seeded Wolverines (27-7) won their eighth consecutive game.
Edwards, who totaled 27 in Purdue's three-point win over Penn State on February 18, reached double figures for the 16th straight game.
The second-seeded Boilermakers (28-5) won their fifth straight game and will face fifth-seeded MI in the title game today.
11 a.m.: No. 1 Michigan State vs.
The difference was the second half.
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Flaherty hit three 3s and Thome scored six points in a 17-5 run that made it 32-17 with a minute left in the first half and the Wolverines led by double figures the rest of the way. Senior forward Duncan Robinson added 13 points and junior guard Charles Matthews had 12 as MI halted the Spartans' 13-game winning streak.
Teniya Page led Penn State (16-15) with 12 points.
"Our mood is we're really mad, but like I said, we're not going to let it affect us in the future", Bridges said.
MI will face third-seeded Purdue in today's title game.
Third-seeded Purdue (28-5) faces No. 5 MI, which will try to repeat as tournament champs on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
Mitchell hit a 3-pointer and Linnae Harper followed with a layup and Ohio State led 25-19 after one quarter.
Carsen Edwards scored 27 points as the Boilermakers booked a spot in the Big Ten tournament championship game. Peyton Aldridge had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Wildcats, while Gudmundsson finished with 11 points.